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Chely Wright: From Nashville Star To Outcast Activist

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Wes Anderson's Moonrise Kingdom opened the 2012 Cannes Film Festival. He received Academy Award nominations for The Royal Tenenbaums and Fantastic Mr. Fox. Niko Tavernise/Focus Features hide caption

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Wes Anderson, Creating A Singular 'Kingdom'

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The Movie Peter Berg's 'Seen A Million Times'

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'OC87' A 'Painful And Encouraging' Self-Portrait

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Mike Nichols' directing credits include Spamalot on Broadway, the movies Working Girl and The Birdcage, and HBO's Angels in America. Ida Astute/ hide caption

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Mike Nichols Warns 'Death' May Be His Final Curtain

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HBO's Hemingway & Gellhorn tracks the relationship between Ernest Hemingway (Clive Owen) and war correspondent Martha Gellhorn (Nicole Kidman) as Gellhorn begins to develop her voice as a war correspondent, beginning with the Spanish Civil War. HBO hide caption

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Power Couple, Covering War (And Waging Their Own)

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Sacha Baron Cohen plays Admiral General Aladeen, the authoritarian, anti-Semitic and unexpectedly sympathetic protagonist of The Dictator. Melinda Sue Gordon/Paramount Pictures hide caption

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Sacha Baron Cohen: The Fresh Air Interview

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Peter Dinklage plays Tyrion Lannister on Game of Thrones, a role that he tells NPR he talked over with his grandmother. "She misunderstood me and she thought I said, 'interior banisters,' and she was quite confused by that, so it got off to sort of a clunky start." Dinklage has since won an Emmy and a Golden Globe for his performance. HBO hide caption

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Peter Dinklage: On 'Thrones,' And On His Own Terms

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Sacha Baron Cohen plays the fictional North African leader Haffaz Aladeen in his new movie, The Dictator. Melinda Sue Gordon/Paramount Pictures hide caption

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From Borat To Aladeen, Laughter Is Cohen's Goal

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The Movie Dustin Lance Black's 'Seen A Million Times'

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'Polisse' Shows Child Abuse Cases With Gritty Realism

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Actress Glenn Close and her sister Jessie, who was diagnosed with bipolar disorder in her late 40s. Dan Hallman hide caption

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Glenn Close: Mental Illness Shouldn't Be Old News

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Muslim and Christian women team up to try everything imaginable to distract their men from war in the Lebanese film Where Do We Go Now? Director and actress Nadine Labaki plays the lead role of Amale. Rudy Bou Chebel/Sony Pictures Classic hide caption

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'Where Do We Go?' Lebanese Women Pave The Way

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Truth Is Stranger Than Fiction In 'Bernie'

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