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Author Interviews

'Sideways' Author Rex Pickett

Pickett's novel Sideways has been made into a critically acclaimed film starring Thomas Paul Giamatti and Haden Church (left). It's about two ex-college roommates, now middle-aged, who set off on a week's trip through California wine country.

'Sideways' Author Rex Pickett

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Interviews

Actress Gena Rowlands

Rowlands collaborated with her late husband, actor, screenwriter and director, John Cassavetes for 30 years. She won acclaim for her performance in A Woman Under the Influence and Gloria. This interview was originally broadcast on Dec. 2, 1996.

Actress Gena Rowlands

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Author Interviews

Edmund White's 'Arts and Letters'

Edmund White has been writing about gay culture in fiction and nonfiction since the 1970s. His new book is a collection of his essays, Arts and Letters. White is director of the creative writing program at Princeton University.

Edmund White's 'Arts and Letters'

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Games & Humor

Animation Historian Steve Schneider on 'Looney Tunes'

Steve Schneider is the owner of one of the largest private collections of Warner Bros. cartoon art. His book is That's All Folks! The Art of Warner Bros. Animation. There's a new DVD collection of Warner Brother's Looney Tunes, Looney Tunes -- Golden Collection, Vol. 2.

Animation Historian Steve Schneider on 'Looney Tunes'

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Movies

Animated Action from Pixar's 'Incredibles'

Film critic David Edelstein reviews the new Pixar animated film The Incredibles. Voiced by Craig T. Nelson and Holly Hunter, among others, the comic film tracks a family of superheroes who must abandon a quiet life in the suburbs to fight evil.

Animated Action from Pixar's 'Incredibles'

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