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Filmmaker Kirsten Johnson stages one of her father's "deaths" in Dick Johnson Is Dead. Netflix hide caption

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Filmmaker Faces Her Father's Mortality By Staging His 'Death' Again And Again

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Filmmaker Radha Blank stars as a fictionalized version of herself in The Forty-Year-Old Version. The film, which began as a Web series, was inspired by Blank's own experience as a playwright and rapper in Harlem. Jeong Park/Netflix hide caption

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'The Forty-Year-Old Version' Is Fast, Funny, Multi-Faceted And No Small Feat

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Miranda July's 'Kajillionaire' Follows A Family Of Schemers

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Documentary Explores Emancipating From Foster Care System

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New Movie: 'The Secrets We Keep'

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"The train's afoot!": (L to R) Sherlock (Henry Cavill) and Mycroft (Sam Claflin) literally look down on their younger sister Enola (Millie Bobby Brown) in Netflix's Enola Holmes. Alex Bailey/Legendary/Netflix hide caption

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What It's Like To Attend A Film Festival During The Pandemic

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'Antebellum': A Movie That Uses Horror To Process America's Racial Problems

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Tom Holland plays Arvin, a young man who refuses to let evil go unpunished in The Devil All the Time. Glen Wilson/Netflix hide caption

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Everyone's A Sinner In 'The Devil All The Time'

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'We Are Who We Are': Coming-Of-Age Story Offers A Different View Of Italy

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Rachel Lee Goldenberg On Directing A Road Trip Comedy About Abortion

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Charlie Kaufman's 'I'm Thinking Of Ending Things' Is A Wildly Inventive Comic Thriller

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How Trump's Presidency Helped Shape Isabel Sandoval's 'Lingua Franca' Movie

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English actor Diana Rigg became widely known in the U.S. for her role as Emma Peel in the 1960s TV series The Avengers. She died Thursday in her home in London. Terry Disney/Express/Getty Images hide caption

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