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In The Look of Silence, Indonesian optician Adi Rukun, pictured here in a scene from the film with his mother, investigates the murder of his older brother in mass violence following a 1965 coup. Perpetrators and their relatives "would taunt us for being their victims," he says. Courtesy of Drafthouse Films and Participant Media hide caption

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Opening Indonesia's Eyes In 'The Look Of Silence'

Joshua Oppenheimer's sequel to the award-winning documentary The Act of Killing follows an optician seeking to confront the men who killed his brother during the Indonesian genocide.

Curt Flood Joe Henry
Reckoner Robert Glasper

Everyone knows how to sing "Happy Birthday to You." But performing the song in movies or on TV requires payment of sometimes hefty licensing fees. Now the song is at the heart of a lawsuit. iStockphoto hide caption

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'Happy Birthday' Hits Sour Notes When It Comes To Song's Free Use

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Before 'I See Dead People,' Haley Joel Osment Saw Casting Agents At Ikea

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Long Walk Home

Anthrocon participants, as they gathered in Pittsburgh in 2013. Keith Srakocic/AP hide caption

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The Furries Have Landed — And Pittsburgh Is Giving Them A Bear Hug

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Groovy Arling & Cameron
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Suite Iii Overture Janelle Monáe
Spectrum Florence + the Machine

George Takei as Sulu (left) and Walter Koenig as Chekov in the original Star Trek series. The franchise has spun off a bounty of shows, but the last one came off the air a decade ago. One fan has a plan for the next installment. Getty Images hide caption

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The Pitch Of A Lifetime: One Enterprising 'Star Trek' Fan's Big Chance

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Suite From"Star Trek II: The Wrath of Khan" (Epilogue) Cincinnati Pops Orchestra
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In The Look of Silence, Indonesian optician Adi Rukun, pictured here in a scene from the film with his mother, investigates the murder of his older brother in mass violence following a 1965 coup. Perpetrators and their relatives "would taunt us for being their victims," he says. Courtesy of Drafthouse Films and Participant Media hide caption

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Opening Indonesia's Eyes In 'The Look Of Silence'

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Tosca, opera [Recondita armonia] Jon Vickers, Rome Opera House Orchestra, Tullio Serafin (conductor)
Night Travel Meredith Monk, Wayne Hankin (conductor)

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