'Interrupters' Take On Chicago's Youth Violence

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Back To School: Tom Hanks plays a middle-aged man who reinvents himself by enrolling at his local college after he loses his longtime job at a big-box company. Bruce Talamon/Universal hide caption

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Tom Hanks Fights Cynicism With Cinema In 'Crowne'

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Magaly Solier stars in The Milk of Sorrow, which won the Golden Bear award for best film at the 2009 Berlin Film Festival. It's the first Peruvian film the festival has ever featured. Valery Hache/AFP/Getty Images hide caption

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Rise Of Indigenous Actress Marks Change In Peru

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At 18, Maia was trafficked to Moscow and sold into sexual slavery. Her's is one of the many stories told in Mimi Chakarova's The Price of Sex. Mimi Chakarova/ hide caption

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Human Trafficking And The Terrible 'Price Of Sex'

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Fans and outfielder Moises Alou of the Chicago Cubs reach for a fly ball hit by Luis Castillo of the Florida Marlins in 2003. Elsa/Getty Images hide caption

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'Catching Hell' Director Defends A Baseball Scapegoat

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Buck Brannaman has been called a horse whisperer for his ability to communicate with and transform horses. Ezra D. Olsen/Sundance Selects hide caption

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'Buck': Helping Horses With People Problems

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Weitz Recruits Ex-Gang Members For 'A Better Life'

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Arturo O'Farrill, son of the legendary Cuban bandleader Chico O'Farrill, recently took his own band on a trip to Cuba. John Abbott hide caption

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A Jazz Man's Cuban Pilgrimage, With Band In Tow

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In Page One, Andrew Rossi provides an extended glimpse of The New York Times through the keyhole of its media desk. Magnolia Pictures hide caption

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Journalists Navigate New 'Times' In 'Page One'

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Demian Bichir stars in A Better Life as a Mexican immigrant living illegally in Los Angeles, trying to provide the best life he can for his son Luis (Jose Julian). Merrick Morton/Summit Publicity hide caption

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Chris Weitz: From 'New Moon' To 'A Better Life'

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Kyle Chandler, Joel Courtney, Elle Fanning and Ron Eldard star in J.J. Abrams' new movie Super 8. Francois Duhamel/Paramount Pictures hide caption

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J.J. Abrams: The 'Super' Career Of A Movie-Crazed Kid

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Kids, Camera, Action! Alice Dainard (Elle Fanning) films a homemade movie with her friends in J.J. Abrams' Super 8. Abrams says he hoped the movie could feel like "a sister film" to Steven Spielberg's Amblin Entertainment classics, in which kids were heroes in their own right. Francois Duhamel/ Paramount Pictures hide caption

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Filmmaking Misfits Star In J.J. Abrams' 'Super 8'

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Steve Coogan (left) and Rob Brydon tour Northern England and engage in a battle of competing impressions in the road trip comedy, The Trip. IFC Films hide caption

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British Comedian Steve Coogan's Improv-Based 'Trip'

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Gospel singer Clara Ward, circa 1970s. Michael Ochs Archives/Getty Images hide caption

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'Rejoice And Shout' Celebrates Gospel Music

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In writer/director Mike Mills' Beginners, Christopher Plummer stars as a man who comes out as gay after his wife of 40 years dies. Andrew Tepper/Courtesy of Focus Features hide caption

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Christopher Plummer: After 81 Years, A 'Beginner'

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