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South Korean filmmaker Bong Joon-ho is known for socially conscious horror movies, such as The Host, Snowpiercer and Okja. His latest, Parasite, was just nominated for three Golden Globes. Christopher Smith/Invision/AP hide caption

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'Parasite' Director Bong Joon-ho 'Wanted To Reflect The Truth Of Current Times'

The South Korean director is best known for socially conscious horror movies, such as The Host, Snowpiercer and Okja. His latest, Parasite, was just nominated for three Golden Globes.

Jamar Roberts, the first resident choreographer of the Alvin Ailey American Dance Theater, is the creator of Ode. Andrew Eccles/Alvin Ailey American Dance Theater hide caption

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An 'Ode' To Victims Of Gun Violence — From Alvin Ailey Dancers

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South Korean filmmaker Bong Joon-ho is known for socially conscious horror movies, such as The Host, Snowpiercer and Okja. His latest, Parasite, was just nominated for three Golden Globes. Christopher Smith/Invision/AP hide caption

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'Parasite' Director Bong Joon-ho 'Wanted To Reflect The Truth Of Current Times'

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"We didn't talk in terms of partisan politics, we talked a lot about policy," said Jay Westbrook, Elizabeth Warren's longtime academic collaborator and co-author from the University of Texas law school. "I think it'd be fair to say she got pulled ... into these battles." Photo courtesy of Kimberly Winick hide caption

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Elizabeth Warren's Journey From 'Pro-Business' Academic To Consumer Advocate

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