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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!
On its website starting today, The New Yorker releases a 70-minute documentary in six parts about the Syrian refugee crisis.
Netflix will release the new original movie, "The Do-Over," on Friday, May 27, 2016, starring Adam Sandler and David Spade.