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Actress Holly Hunter Discusses Her Approach To Her Supermom Role

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A Filmmaker's 'Quest' For A Quiet Family Portrait Is Pierced By Unforeseen Trauma

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Millie Shapiro, Toni Collette, Gabriel Byrne and Alex Wolff play the troubled family at the center of Hereditary. James Minchin/A24 hide caption

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Director Ari Aster Says 'Hereditary' Is A Family Drama At Its Core

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Craig Johnson On 'Alex Strangelove'

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Along with his trusty puppet, Daniel Tiger, Fred Rogers explained a complex world to kids in terms they could understand. His goal, says filmmaker Morgan Neville, was to "allay fear and promote love." Focus Features hide caption

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Mister Rogers Talked Frankly With Kids About 'Grown-Up' Issues That Weren't

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Nick Offerman plays Frank Fisher, a single dad, in Hearts Beat Loud. "This is the largest role, by far, I've ever had in a film," he says. Eric Lin/Gunpowder & Sky hide caption

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'I Could Never Fake It': Nick Offerman On Striving For Nonchalance

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'A Kid Like Jake' And Gender

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André Leon Talley remembers paging through Vogue for the first time as a child — it was like falling down a "rabbit hole" into "a world of glamour," he says. Talley is the subject of a new documentary called The Gospel According to André. He is shown above at the Carolina Herrera Fall 2007 fashion show. Peter Kramer/Getty Images For IMG hide caption

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For 'Vogue' Titan André Leon Talley, Fashion Was A 'Gateway To The World'

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In 'Served Like A Girl,' Female Veterans Face Inequality In VA Support

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John McCain Documentary Filmmaker Focuses On Bipartisanship

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Zan (Elle Fanning), an alien, starts a romance with Enn (Alex Sharp), a British punk, in How to Talk to Girls at Parties. Dean Rogers/Courtesy of A24 hide caption

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John Cameron Mitchell On Punks, Aliens And The Queerness Of 'How To Talk To Girls'

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Talley — seen here in a still from the movie — says his love of fashion comes from his love of his grandmother and her fine church wardrobe. Courtesy of Magnolia Pictures hide caption

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'The Gospel According to André': Look Fabulous, And Know Your History

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Pope Francis Documentary Filmmaker Reveals A Candid Pontiff

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'First Reformed': Paul Schrader Injects His Education Into Another Agonized Outsider

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'On Chesil Beach': Story Of An Unconsummated Love And Marriage

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'Filmworker' Documents The Price Of Being Stanley Kubrick's Right-Hand Man

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Annette Bening plays Irina Arkadina, an aging actress, in a screen adaptation of Anton Chekhov's play The Seagull. Nicole Rivelli/Sony Pictures Classics hide caption

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Annette Bening: Acting Is 'A Fabulous Way To Expand Your Own Heart'

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Brothers Jay (left) and Mark Duplass have been making films together since they were kids. Their new memoir is Like Brothers. Carissa Dorson/Penguin Random House hide caption

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Duplass Brothers On Working Together And Growing Apart: 'We Are Ex-Soulmates'

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Bill, Amy, Edie and William (from left) are one of the families featured in the documentary A Dangerous Son. Courtesy of HBO hide caption

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The Struggle Of Finding Help For 'A Dangerous Son'

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'The Jazz Ambassadors': Cold War Diplomacy And Civil Rights In Conflict

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After years of claiming she was black, Rachel Dolezal was outed as white in 2015. The Netflix documentary The Rachel Divide explores the fallout for Dolezal and her family. Netflix hide caption

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'Rachel Divide' Director Says Dolezal 'Has Remained Resolute'

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Theron says she loved the script for Tully because it felt like an "honest conversation" about parenting. Kimberly French/Focus Features hide caption

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'Tully Gets It': Charlize Theron Wants An Honest Conversation About Motherhood

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