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Cate Blanchett Swears On Australian TV; Flap Ensues

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Scott Budnick (second from left) stands with (from left) Jimmy Wu, who served 16 years in prison and is now a mentor; Jesse Aguiar, former gang member and now a counselor; and Franky Carrillo, who was freed by the Innocence Project after 21 years in prison. Reed Saxon/AP hide caption

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No Joke: Hollywood Comedy Producer Finds Career In Prison Reform

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Grace Hopper joined the Navy during World War II and served on and off until 1986. Courtesy of ESPN Films hide caption

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Grace Hopper, 'The Queen Of Code,' Would Have Hated That Title

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'Merchants Of Doubt' Explores Work Of Climate Change Deniers

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Janice Ledtke and Pacho Lane chat during a speed dating event in The Age of Love. Courtesy of Free Play Pictures hide caption

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Speed Dating For Seniors Who Aren't Interested In Slowing Down

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In Selma, director of photography Bradford Young wanted the camera to feel like a participant. "It was just about never retreating, always staying dangerously close to Martin Luther King," he says. Atsushi Nishijima/Paramount Pictures hide caption

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A Most Vibrant Year For Cinematographer Bradford Young

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Alt.Latino: Mixing Genres With Chicano Batman, Los Cenzontles

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When Annie Clark was assaulted in 2007 she said the response from her university was victim blaming: "I talked to one campus employee and she gave me this extended metaphor about how rape was like a football game and I was the quarterback in charge and what would I have done differently in that situation," she says. Courtesy of Radius hide caption

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Film About Campus Sexual Assault Tells Survivors: 'You Are Not Alone'

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How The Man Behind The Trailers Sparks An Urge To See A Movie

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In "Road to Hell," Wild Tales' third story, Walter Donado plays a man who gets in a fight with a driver on an empty highway. The film opened last year in Argentina and is the country's highest-grossing movie ever. Courtesy of Sony Pictures Classics hide caption

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1 Film, 6 Stories On The 'Pleasure Of Losing Control'

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The raft sequences in Unbroken were filmed on a giant tank of water in Australia, near a highway and an amusement park. All of the dialogue had to be re-recorded on a sound stage. Vince Valitutti/NBCUniversal hide caption

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The Woman Behind The Oscar-Nominated Sound Of 'Unbroken'

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Sloss, pictured here at the 2011 Tribeca Film Festival, has been a key figure associated with independent films including The Fog of War, Little Miss Sunshine and Banksy's Exit Through The Gift Shop. Jemal Countess/Getty Images hide caption

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Meet John Sloss, The Man Behind Some Of Your Favorite Indie Films

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This year's Oscars will be given out at the 87th Academy Awards on Sunday night. At O'Brien's Pub in Santa Monica, Calif., pub trivia regulars — including many former game show champs — had their own competition, answering harder-than-average questions about Academy Awards past and present. Tim Boyle/Getty Images hide caption

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'I'll Take Insanely Hard Oscar Trivia For 400, Alex'

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