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Taking a break from his jazz roots, Bleckmann helped compose the alien language for the 1997 movie Men In Black. Joerg Grosse Gelderman/NEXT hide caption

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Composer Theo Bleckmann Dwells In Possibility

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Henry Joost and Ariel Schulman help Nev Schulman create a true-to-life film about an online relationship. Rogue Pictures hide caption

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'Catfish': A Great Story Of Isolation And Connection

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Step Right Up: The new HBO series Boardwalk Empire is set in 1920s Atlantic City, where corruption flows more freely than the Prohibition-banned booze. Craig Blankenhorn hide caption

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'Boardwalk' Bet: A High-Stakes Saga From HBO

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