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An Animated Chat With 'Up' Director Pete Docter

Up, the smash-hit animated adventure about a grouchy elderly man, a chubby scout, a 13-foot bird and a house borne aloft by balloons, is now out on DVD. Director and screenwriter Pete Docter talks about the joys of researching and creating animated films.

An Animated Chat With 'Up' Director Pete Docter

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The Will To Survive: In a post-apocalyptic landscape where starving humans resort to cannibalism, a father (Viggo Mortensen) has one goal: to keep his son (Kodi Smit-McPhee) alive — both fed and uneaten. Macall Polay/Dimension Films hide caption

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After Obama Visit, Assessing U.S.-China Relations

China expert Orville Schell explains to host Terry Gross how the fates of the United States and China are connected, and how the protectionist policies of the past are no longer viable.

After Obama Visit, Assessing U.S.-China Relations

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Judith Fox Turns A Close-Up Lens On Alzheimer's

Judith Fox's new book of photographs is an intimate portrait of a loved one's submergence into Alzheimer's. I Still Do is a chronicle of her husband's journey with the disease.

Judith Fox Turns A Close-Up Lens On Alzheimer's

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Wild Thing: In character as the outrageous Austrian fashionista Bruno, Sacha Baron Cohen upstages even the toreros in a promotional appearance at Madrid's Las Ventas bullring. hide caption

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