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Commentary: The Banff TV Festival

TV critic David Bianculli has a report from the 25th Anniversary of the Banff Television Festival. About 1,300 television professionals from around the world came together from June 13-17 to award prizes to the best in international TV programming.

Commentary: The Banff TV Festival

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Journalist Pamela Constable, 'Fragments of Grace'

She is Kabul bureau chief for The Washington Post. She has covered South Asia for the Post since 1999, reporting from India, Pakistan and Afghanistan. She has a new memoir, Fragments of Grace: My Search for Meaning in the Strife of South Asia.

Journalist Pamela Constable, 'Fragments of Grace'

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Movie Review: 'The Terminal'

Film critic David Edelstein reviews the new Steven Spielberg film, The Terminal. Tom Hanks stars in the comedy, about a man stranded for months in JFK airport when his home country's government is overtaken in a coup, and his passport is considered "unacceptable."

Movie Review: 'The Terminal'

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