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Celebrating 30 Years Of 'Fresh Air': Remembering Horror Film Director Tobe Hooper

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Celebrating 30 Years Of 'Fresh Air': Writer/Director Paul Schrader

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Celebrating 30 Years Of 'Fresh Air': Prolific Filmmaker Sidney Lumet

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Celebrating 30 Years Of 'Fresh Air': The Kirk Douglas Interview

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Celebrating 30 Years Of 'Fresh Air': Filmmaker And Theater Legend Elia Kazan

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Celebrating 30 Years Of 'Fresh Air': Oscar-Winning Actress Patty Duke

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Brothers Josh (left) and Benny Safdie are the directors of the new action thriller Good Time. Larry Busacca/Getty Images hide caption

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'Good Time' Filmmakers Wanted To Make A Movie That 'Actually Feels Dangerous'

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The 1988 Carter High School football team won that year's Texas state championship. Filmmaker Adam Hootnick says, "For a lot of people, that's the top." Courtesy of ESPN Films hide caption

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'What Carter Lost' Tells The True Story Of 'Friday Night Lights' Football Rivals

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In 'Patti Cake$,' An Aspiring Rap Artist Reaches For The Stars

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Smith has played the role of Marjorie both on screen and on stage. FilmRise hide caption

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A Hologram Husband Keeps Lois Smith Company In 'Marjorie Prime'

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Bridget Everett says her live act is about "the power of owning your own body." Monica Schipper/Getty Images hide caption

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'Cabaret Hurricane' Bridget Everett Moves To The Big Screen In 'Patti Cake$'

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John Cho's film credits include Harold in the raunchy Harold and Kumar comedies and Sulu in Star Trek Beyond. Brendon Thorne/Getty Images for Paramount Pictures hide caption

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In 'Columbus,' John Cho Reckons With His Own First-Generation Culture Clash

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The Glass Castle shows the different stages of Jeannette Walls' life, from early childhood to adulthood. (Pictured: Eden Grace Redfield, Woody Harrelson, Charlie Shotwell, Sadie Sink and Naomi Watts) Jake Giles Netter/Lionsgate hide caption

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Woody Harrelson On 'Glass Castle' Dad Whose Rages And Redemptions Loomed Large

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'Life Is Short': Aubrey Plaza Keeps Busy With 2 New Films And A TV Series

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