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The 2021 FINE CUT Festival of Films will host a special new speaker series featuring entertainment industry professionals Talicia Raggs, Melissa Blake, Weiko Lin and Jill Gilbert (pictured left to right).
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Register for the 'Fine Cut' Speaker Series

Get a tour of the ins and outs of filmmaking with an expert guide. Each week, a speaker will give young filmmakers the lay of the land, paving the way for their future ambitions.
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Guilty on All Counts: Derek Chauvin Verdict Triggers Relief and Determination to Keep Fighting

A jury in Minneapolis has convicted former police officer Derek Chauvin on three counts for murdering George Floyd by kneeling on his neck for nine minutes and 29 seconds last year.
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Artist's Wall in the Desert is All About Connections

Saudi Arabian artist Zarah Alghamdi’s Desert X 2021 installation begs the question of what lies beyond walls, both material and immaterial.
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Artbound

Palm Springs Billboards Prompt Heavy Road Trip Conversations

Created by artist Xaviera Simmons, the billboards along Gene Autry Trail in Palm Spring focus on messages that urgently need to make its way into the nation’s political, social and ecological dialog.
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Beethoven in Beijing

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Huell revisits the Red Car Tunnels under Los Angeles and the tunnel entrance at Belmont Station.
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Amanpour and Company

April 20, 2021

This episode features Leonid Volkov, Celeste Wallander, Larry Krasner and Nicole Perlroth.
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Tuesday on the NewsHour, "PBS NewsHour" gets national reactions as a Minneapolis jury convicts Derek Chauvin on all counts for the murder of George Floyd.
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Mass Shooting at Indianapolis FedEx Warehouse 'Follows Pattern of Violence Against Sikhs' Nationwide

The Sikh community in Indianapolis and across the United States is in mourning after a gunman killed eight people, of which four of the victims were Sikh, at a FedEx facility last week.
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