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Frank Price

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Hollywood writer, producer and executive

In the 2nd part of our interview, Frank Price talks about the business of film making as well as some of the iconic films he’s made, including Tootsie, Gandhi, and Boyz in the Hood. [28:59]

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Frank Price

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Hollywood writer, producer and executive

In the first of a two-part interview, Frank Price talks about his early days as a television writer and producer of shows like The Virginian and Columbo. [28:40] 

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William Wegman

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Visual Artist

You may know him as the guy who takes surreal pictures of his Weimaraners; but that's just one strand of William Wegman's long and varied career. [28:55]

Filmmaker

Na'alehu Anthony discusses his documentary about traditional Polynesian open sea canoeing and its significance to the revitalization of Hawaiian culture. [29:47]

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Stanley Nelson

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Filmmaker

Stanley Nelson discusses his award-winning documentary Freedom Riders. [29:39]

Executive Director of the Sundance Institute

Keri Putnam discusses Film Forward, an initiative of the Sundance Institute and the President’s Committee on the Arts and the Humanities. Now in its second year, the program aims to enhance cross-cultural understanding, collaboration and dialogue through film. [25:49]

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Billy Luther

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Filmmaker

Billy Luther explores different facets of his heritage in his documentaries. His latest looks at a little known celebration of the Laguna Pueblo, Grab Day. [26:38]

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David Seidler

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Academy Award-winning Screenwriter

David Seidler talks about his film, The King's Speech, and his own struggle with stuttering. [31:21]

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Debra Granik

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Filmmaker

Director Debra Granik discusses her award-winning film, Winter's Bone. [24:16]

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John Williams

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Composer and conductor

2009 National Medal of Arts recipient, composer John Williams discusses the art of scoring films. [27:51]

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