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Writer, director and journalist Nora Ephron died in 2012 of complications from leukemia. Courtesy of HBO hide caption

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In 'Everything Is Copy,' Nora Ephron's Son Tries Her Philosophy

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Don Cheadle stars as Miles Davis in the film Miles Ahead, which he also wrote, produced and directed. Sony Pictures Classics hide caption

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What Does Genius Look Like?

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Before It Was Cool, 'My Big Fat Greek Wedding's' Lainie Kazan Probably Did It

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In 'Carol,' 2 Women Leap Into An Unlikely Love Affair

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'Batman V Superman' Female Producer Working To Get More Women Behind Camera

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'Fastball' Documentary Explores Classic Showdown Between Pitcher And Batter

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Michael Ian Black co-stars in The Jim Gaffigan Show on the TV Land network, and in Another Period on Comedy Central. Gallery Books hide caption

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In 'Navel Gazing,' Michael Ian Black Lays It All Out, Insecurities And All

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The tortillas at one of Gold's favorite restaurants — El Parian — are handmade, and heavenly. Arezou Rezvani/NPR hide caption

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'City Of Gold,' Patchwork Of Cultures: A Tour Of LA's Food Scene

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Krisha Fairchild plays a recovering addict in Krisha. She says that when her nephew, Trey Edward Shults, showed the family the film's script, "there was not a hesitation from any of us that sharing it was the right thing to do." Courtesy of A24 Films hide caption

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'We Couldn't Save Them': Lessons From A Film About Family And Addiction

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Helen Mirren says that in addition to being "an incredible nail biter," her new film Eye in the Sky raises fundamental moral questions without taking sides. Keith Bernstein/Bleecker Street hide caption

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Do You Sacrifice One For Many? Mirren's Latest Film Has No Easy Answers

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'Fantastic Lies' Lays Out 2006 Duke Lacrosse Rape Case

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Actress Ginnifer Goodwin On Playing A Rabbit Cop In 'Zootopia'

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Don Wilson and Francine Everette starred in Spencer Williams' Dirty Gertie from Harlem, U.S.A., a 1946 "race film" set for re-release as part of the Pioneers of African-American Cinema collection. Courtesy of Kino Lorber, Inc. hide caption

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Restored 'Race Films' Find New Audiences

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Encore: Hollywood Shines New 'Spotlight' On Boston Clergy Sex Abuse

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Brie Larson Channeled Own Childhood Experience Into Oscar-Nominated Role

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