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The movie that changed the face of American action by creating a new kind of black male lead, and kickstarting Blaxploitation.
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When “Persepolis” creator Marjane Satrapi grew up in Iran during the 1979 Islamic revolution, listening to music was a political act.
How Garrett Brown invented the Steadicam and changed the face of movies.
One brave critic not only defends, but praises, “The Godfather: Part III.”
Dutch animator Michael Dudok de Wit on why it took him almost a decade to make “The Red Turtle.”
Why did one casting director say the team behind “Moonlight” deserves a Purple Heart for their work? We talk to the film's casting director Yesi Ramirez to find out.
A tale of refugees: how this classic film seems timelier than ever.
How screenwriter Robert D. Siegel turned a real-life huckster into a Hollywood story.
Oscar-winning editor Thelma Schoonmaker on how she cut Martin Scorsese’s passion project, “Silence.”