In Cape Town Theaters, 'District 9' Hits Home

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Priceless Advice From 'The Undercover Economist'

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Robert Frank's Elevator Girl Sees Herself Years Later

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The Muslims Who Saved The Jews

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How 'Marx's General' Helped Lead The Revolution

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Strange interlude: Daniel Breaker plays Youth, the adolescent version of narrator Stew (in background) in Spike Lee's sizzling film version of Stew's semiautobiographical Broadway musical Passing Strange. David Lee/Sundance hide caption

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Wondrous 'Strange': Spike Lee Makes A Musical

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From Poverty To The Ivy League: A Refugee's Story

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Kelli Kessler May instructs the Street Yoga class. Courtesy of Campbell Salgado Studio hide caption

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'Street Yoga' Helps Homeless Kids Find Balance

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'Taking Woodstock': Bystanders At The Revolution

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Danny McBride, Pitching For Laughs In 'Eastbound'

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For 26 years, Reading Rainbow host LeVar Burton (left) shepherded kids through the exciting world of books. The show, which fostered a love of reading, was the third longest-running program in PBS history, outlasted only by Sesame Street and Mister Rogers' Neighborhood. GPN/Nebraska ETV Network; WNED Buffalo hide caption

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'Reading Rainbow' Reaches Its Final Chapter

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Fashion victim: Vogue doyenne Anna Wintour gets the fisheye from filmmaker R.J. Cutler in The September Issue. Roadside Attractions hide caption

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Unhappy in their own way: Three generations of a Yokoyama family convene for a rocky reunion in Hirokazu Koreeda's Still Walking. From left, patriarch Kyohei (Yoshio Harada), his step-grandson Atsushi (Shohei Tanaka) and matriarch Toshiko (Kirin Kiki). IFC Films hide caption

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Romance Rejuvenated: Inge (Ursula Werner) and Karl (Horst Westphal) find that hearts don't always grow wiser with age in Andreas Dresen's Cloud 9. Music Box Films hide caption

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