Thirteen-year-old Nasri (Fouad Habash) gets caught up in the violence between warring families. Kino International hide caption

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Film About Israeli Arabs Makes Oscar Short List
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Damon Lindelof (left) and Carlton Cuse are executive producers for the TV series Lost. The hit ABC drama begins its final season Feb. 2. Frederick M. Brown/Getty hide caption

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A Taste For Everything: 'Lost' Showrunners Pick DVDs
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Nine Years Later, Hughes Brothers Picture Apocalypse
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Amid Recession, Sundance Sees Optimism
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Randal Keynes: When Darwin Is In Your Family Tree
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Unruly Woman: Helen Mirren plays the strong-willed Countess Sofya Tolstoy in The Last Station, a romance about the last days of the Russian author who gave us War and Peace. Stephan Rabold/Sony Pictures Classics hide caption

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Helen Mirren, Acting Out As Tolstoy's Wild Sofya
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Disarming Baghdad: The Most Dangerous Army Job?
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T-Bone Burnett tells Terry Gross that he's long past the point where he wants to try to control everything that goes into a recording. Frazer Harrison/Getty hide caption

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T-Bone Burnett: Zen And The Art Of Music
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Corneliu Porumboiu's Police, Adjective examines the relationships between law, language and morality. Courtesy of IFC Films hide caption

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In Romania, A Quest For Clarity Between The Lines
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Eric Kandel Reminisces About Memory
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Patton Oswalt And Robert Siegel: Serious Funny Men
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In Germany's Past, A Harsh Lesson For Now?
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Stanley Tucci And The Art Of Transformation
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