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By Jeffrey Brown, Anne Azzi Davenport
One of the country’s most important and wide-ranging arts figures, Miller had a decades-long career that encompassed theater, television and opera.
By Jill Lawless, Associated Press
This weekend, a major retrospective of filmmaker John Waters' work, titled “Indecent Exposure,” opened in his hometown at the Baltimore Museum of Art. Often satirizing violence, celebrity and sexuality, the cult film director has long pushed limits of cinematic decency…
By Christopher Booker, Mori Rothman
This was in the New Frontier exhibition that’s showcasing a new world of virtual reality technology and its use in filmmaking. There was plenty of video game-like ‘immersion,’ Filmmakers are beginning to think through how to tell a complex story…
By Jeffrey Brown
In depicting American slavery, Hollywood has long left some of the most brutal realities largely unseen. But the filmmakers behind "12 Years a Slave" tried not to flinch in showing the full system of human subjugation. Jeffrey Brown talks to…
By PBS NewsHour
Documentary filmmaker Brent Huffman on Mes Aynak…
More from interviews with Chinese artist Ai Weiwei, Kerry Brougher and Alison Klayman.
Jame Cameron Descends 7 Miles Into Pacific Ocean's 'Desolute' Mariana Trench…
In "Last Train Home" filmmaker Lixin Fan documents the migration of millions of Chinese workers during the Chinese New Year -- the largest human migration in the world -- through the prism of one family. This documentary is part of…
In the new documentary, "The Learning," filmmaker Ramona Diaz follows four Filipina women facing their first year as teachers in Baltimore's public schools. This excerpt is part of The Economist Film Project, a series of independently produced films aired in…
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