Barbra Streisand is Joyce Brewster in The Guilt Trip. The multitalented performer has won an Oscar, an Emmy, a Grammy and a Tony — a feat achieved by fewer than a dozen artists. Sam Emerson/Paramount Pictures hide caption

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'Guilt Trip': Streisand On Songs, Film And Family
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Matthew McConaughey stars as a man on the run from authorities in Jeff Nichols' Mud. Jim Bridges/Roadside Attractions Publicity hide caption

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Matthew McConaughey, Getting Serious Again
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Robert Redford directs and stars as Jim Grant in The Company You Keep, a film about retired radicals living out nervous lives in hiding. Doane Gregory/Sony Pictures Classics hide caption

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Redford: An Entertainer Who Looks To Inform
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Photographer Tim Hetherington during an assignment for Vanity Fair Magazine at the Restrepo outpost. Tim A. Hetherington hide caption

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Sebastian Junger: 'Which Way' To Turn After Hetherington's Death
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Spc. Tad Donoho screams with pain in 2008 after being administered a "pink belly" for his birthday in Korengal Valley, Kunar province, Afghanistan. Each member of the platoon strikes his stomach until it begins to bruise, hence the name pink belly. From the book Infidel. Tim Hetherington/Magnum Photos hide caption

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In 'Which Way,' A War Photographer In His Element
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Friedkin, Who Pushed Film Forward, Looks Back
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Best friends Rosa (Alice Englert, left) and Ginger (Elle Fanning) are nearly torn apart by the political and social changes of the 1960s. A24 hide caption

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'Ginger And Rosa': A Study Of Women's Relationships
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Chadwick Boseman plays baseball's trailblazing Jackie Robinson in the upcoming biopic 42. D. Stevens/Warner Bros. Pictures hide caption

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In '42,' A Young Star Suits Up For A Hero's Role
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The iconic Chicago photographer Art Shay took portraits of presidents, prizefighters, prose poets — and in the person of Roger Ebert, at least one Pulitzer-winning critic. Art Shay hide caption

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Roger Ebert In Review: A 'Fresh Air' Survey
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Jada Pinkett Smith: Respect For Angela Davis' Turmoil ... And Hair
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Director Cristian Mungiu on the set of his new film, Beyond the Hills. As in his earlier 4 Months, 3 Weeks and 2 Days, the filmmaker focuses on two young women adrift in the post-Soviet wilderness of Romania. Sundance Selects hide caption

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Cristian Mungiu: Metaphor Or Not, 'Hills' Has Eyes For Romania's Past
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In director Danny Boyle's upcoming film Trance, James McAvoy plays Simon, an art auctioneer whose gambling problem pushes him into an awkward relationship with a group of criminals. Fox Searchlight Pictures hide caption

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Why Actor James McAvoy Almost Turned Down 'Trance'
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In Robot & Frank, a robot cares for an aging ex-burglar who has dementia. Frank Langella, who plays the burglar, says his character "becomes fond of the robot only because it is a tool for his wicked, wicked ways." Samuel Goldwyn Films and Stage 6 Films hide caption

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Frank Langella: A Career 'Like A Chekhov Play'
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Alicia Silverstone (from left), Brittany Murphy and Stacey Dash in Clueless. Elliot Marks/AP hide caption

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The Movie Saoirse Ronan Has 'Seen A Million Times'
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Pam Thatcher and her family ultimately moved into her mother's two-bedroom apartment because they couldn't make rent. Courtesy Devon Terrilll/Viewfilm productions/HBO hide caption

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'American Winter' Families Struggle To Survive Fall From Middle Class
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