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Fine Cut

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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Democracy Now!

Killed Over a Car Air Freshener: Outrage Grows Over Police Shooting of Daunte Wright in Minnesota

Protests continue in the Minneapolis area after a white police officer shot and killed a 20-year-old Black man, Daunte Wright, during a traffic stop Sunday in the suburb of Brooklyn Center.
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Southland Sessions

Socio-Political Art is Popping Up on Billboards Across L.A. Here's What They're All About.

In its seventh year, this year's Billboard Creative project highlights the work of established and emerging artists on 30 billboards across L.A. This year's curated collection features pieces that address issues such as immigration, the environment, race, gender and domestic violence.
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American Masters

Oliver Sacks: His Own Life

Explore the life and work of the legendary neurologist and storyteller.
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Visiting with Huell Howser

Huell Revisits the Ultimate Vintage Soda Pop Stop in Highland Park

Huell first met John Nese back in 2000 when he did a program about the 250-plus vintage soda pops he sold in the store. Eight years later, he visits the iconic store again to a few surprises.
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Amanpour and Company

April 13, 2021

This episode features Ronen Bergman, Chris Coons, Sophia Nahli Allison and Kevin Roose.
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PBS NewsHour

April 13, 2021

Tuesday on the NewsHour, injections of the Johnson & Johnson COVID vaccine are halted across the U.S. after several cases of blood clots.
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The Migrant Kitchen

Pink Blueberries and Black Nebulas: Girl & Dug Farm's Specialty Greens Inspire Adventurous Cooking at Home

Through its commitment to biodiverse farming practices and consumer education, Girl & Dug Farm offers a hopeful example for a healthy, flavorful and culturally diverse food system.
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Artbound

Making a Monument: Archive Shows How 'The Great Wall of Los Angeles' Was Created

Recently acquired by the Lucas Museum of Narrative Art, "The History of California" Archive is a collection that features over 350 objects related to the development and execution of Judy Baca's monumental mural "The Great Wall of Los Angeles." The pieces in the archive reflect several parts of the mural's development process from concept drawings to final colorations.
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No Second Chance

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A cryptic message from a stranger rekindles Alice's hopes of finding her daughter alive.
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