'From The Ashes' Documents Rise And Fall Of Coal In America

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In 'The Hero,' Sam Elliott Continues His Career Renaissance

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Wonder Woman Shows Girls That Men Aren't The Only Superheros Who Rescue People

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Pitt's War Machine character, Gen. Glen McMahon, is loosely based on the real Gen. Stanley McChrystal. Francois Duhamel/Netflix hide caption

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'Our Film Is Funny Until It's Not': Brad Pitt On The Darkly Comic 'War Machine'

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Acting Since She Was A Child, Amber Tamblyn Is Now A Director

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Amandla Stenberg stars in Everything, Everything, a complicated love story between a teenaged girl unable to leave her home because of a rare illness, and her new next-door neighbor. Doane Gregory/Courtesy of Warner Bros. hide caption

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Amandla Stenberg 'Infiltrates' Teen Romance World In 'Everything, Everything'

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Roger Stone has been "indispensable ... to virtually every bigwig in Republican politics since Nixon," says filmmaker Morgan Pehme. Netflix hide caption

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'Get Me Roger Stone' Profiles The Man Who's Wanted Trump To Run Since 1987

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Couples Struggle With A Moral Dilemma In 'The Dinner'

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Liev Schreiber plays the boxer Chuck Wepner, who fought Muhammad Ali in 1975. Sarah Shatz/Courtesy of IFC Films hide caption

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Liev Schreiber On The 'Unsafe' Obsession With Celebrity And The Story Of 'Chuck'

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Actor Richard Gere says of his new character, "I think there's a kindness and softness in Norman, where he really believes these schemes are going to be good for people." Chris Saunders/Courtesy of Sony Pictures Classics hide caption

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'Every Culture Has A Norman': Richard Gere On Playing A Fixer And Wandering Jew

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Director Alrick Brown and actress Olivia Washington on the set of The Forever Tree. Joel Plummer/Courtesy of Chrishaunda Lee Perez hide caption

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In Fantasy Short 'Forever Tree,' A Black Heroine Learns To Stop Playing Small

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"The question of complete control and complete dominance of a marketplace means complete control and complete dominance of your daily life," Tom Hanks says. He plays the co-founder of a giant tech company in the new film The Circle. Francois Duhamel/STX Financing hide caption

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'It Is Neither Nor, It Is Both': Tom Hanks Finds No Easy Answers In 'The Circle'

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Emmy Rossum and Harry Lennix in "The Politician," one of the short films in the series #ThatsHarassment. Victoria Stevens/Dark Harbor Stories/Milk hide caption

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These Short Films Shine A Spotlight On Sexual Harassment

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'Casting JonBenét' Is A New Look At An Old Case

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For 'New York Times' Obit Writers, 'Death Is Never Solicitous Of A Deadline'

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Anthony Bourdain And Jeremiah Tower On 'The Last Magnificent'

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Henrietta Lacks (Goldsberry) died from cancer at the age of 31, leaving behind four children. Quantrell Colbert/HBO hide caption

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Renée Elise Goldsberry Hopes 'Henrietta Lacks' Movie Will Start Conversations

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Cynthia Nixon plays Emily Dickinson in Terence Davies' new film A Quiet Passion. "I think she was afraid of life," Davies says. "Like a lot of geniuses, she had — skin missing. And that makes you very, very vulnerable." Johan Voets/Hurricane Films/Courtesy of Music Box Films hide caption

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New Film Celebrates Emily Dickinson's Poetry And 'Quiet Passion'

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'Alive And Kicking' Chronicles Deep History Of Swing Dancing

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Their Finest stars Gemma Arterton as a brilliant young scriptwriter, and Billy Nighy as an aging actor who still wants to be cast as the romantic lead. Nicola Dove/STX Entertainment Motion Picture Artwork hide caption

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The British At 'Their Finest': How A Nation Kept Calm And Carried On

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Alec Baldwin says his SNL impersonation of President Trump is purposefully exaggerated, a "Macy's Day Parade of Trump." Will Heath/NBC hide caption

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Alec Baldwin On Career Highs And Lows And Playing A 'Larger Than Life' Trump

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William Powell was 19 when he wrote The Anarchist Cookbook. He died in July 2016. Courtesy of Gravitas Ventures hide caption

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Documentarian Says 'Anarchist Cookbook' Author Was Filled With Remorse

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