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Film Festival Hit 'Saint Frances' Opens In Theaters

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Over Fears Of 'Lynching,' Polanski Pulls Out Of French Oscars

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'The Whistlers': A Noir Heist Film With A Certain Pucker Factor

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'Wendy' Mixes Poetry With Platitudes As It Riffs On 'Peter Pan'

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Thomas A. Dorsey was one of the gospel pioneers profiled in George Nierenberg's Say Amen, Somebody. The documentary was originally released in 1982, and has been remastered and re-released. Courtesy Milestone Films hide caption

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'Say Amen, Somebody' Restoration Unveils The Wonder Of The Gospel Pioneers

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Rosanna Arquette Responds To Partial Guilty Verdict In Harvey Weinstein Case

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NASA mathematician Katherine Johnson, pictured at the 2017 Academy Awards, was one of the women profiled in the book and film Hidden Figures. She died Monday at 101. Jordan Strauss/Invision/AP hide caption

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Katherine Johnson, NASA Mathematician And An Inspiration For 'Hidden Figures,' Dies

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NAACP Image Awards Recognizes Artists Snubbed By Mainstream

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Making Fun Of The Rich Is A British Comedy Tradition Honored In 'Greed'

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