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"From Broadway With Love: A Benefit Concert for Orlando" brought together some of Broadway’s biggest stars on July 25, 2016 to support the LGBTQ community in Orlando.
The "Indian Point" documentary takes on the subject of the controversial nuclear plant. The film opens in New York July 8 and in Los Angeles July 22.
Dhani Harrison, son of the late George Harrison of the Beatles, talks about his career as a film composer and his latest film, "Seattle Road."
Melanie Votaw reports on four inspiring documentaries in the Human Rights Watch Film Festival.
Melanie Votaw recaps the 2016 Tony Awards - it was almost the "Hamiltony's," but not quite. The show won 11 trophies - just one shy of the record held by "The Producers."
Heitor Pereira talks with Melanie Votaw about his diverse career as a guitarist for Simply Red and as a successful film composer.
There will be a lot more to the Tony's Sunday night than "Hamilton" - Barbra anyone?
Lyricist Glenn Slater talks working with Alan Menken and writing such pieces as Broadway's "School of Rock," TV's "Galavant," the Disney film "Tangled," and more. This is part 1 of 2.
Lyricist Glenn Slater talks working with Alan Menken and writing such pieces as Broadway's "School of Rock," TV's "Galavant," the Disney film "Tangled," and more. This is part 2 of 2.
Catherine Bell talks about the joys of being "The Good Witch," the possibility of becoming a director, and working with Adam Sandler in Netflix's "The Do-Over."
The documentary "God Cells" explores the controversial subject of fetal stem cells. It interviews both children and adults who have recovered from life-threatening and chronic illnesses after receiving stem cells in other countries.
The powerful program of speeches and short films, Ted Talks: War & Peace, airs on PBS on Mon., 5/30 at 10:00. Don't miss it!