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A TV legend, big screen players, and one of the year’s most celebrated films earn honors. James L. Brooks Norman Lear Achievement Award in Television To build a highlight reel of memorable moments…
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“Loving” director Jeff Nichols acknowledges that moviegoers may see the film in a different light following the recent presidential race and the election of Donald Trump. The movie is about the…
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