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    How 'Humans,' A TV Show About Robots, Is Really About Family

    The showrunners behind AMC's complex new sci-fi drama reveal the intricacies of translating a Swedish story about technology for a new audience.

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    The 17 Best Television Shows of the 2014-2015 Season

    Defining the television season as anything other than the calendar year may seem silly these days, but the Primetime Emmys are still dictated by the old guard. So, with the hopes of helping out an Academy often lost in a sea of options, here are the best series of the 2014-2015 season, for their, yo...

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    7 New Netflix Shows to Binge Watch in July 2015 (And the Best Episodes of Each)

    Two highly anticipated Netflix Originals make up for a dearth of other options in the July TV release schedule.

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    Watch: Larry Clark and Harmony Korine Reflect on the 20th Anniversary of 'Kids'

    The director and screenwriter of the landmark independent film reunited with the cast and producer Cary Woods for a special anniversary screening at BAMCinemaFest.

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    Watch: Derek Jacobi Proposes To Ian McKellen For The Vine

    "Well done Supreme Court, about time. Glad you joined the rest of us."

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    All the Emmys Billboards in Los Angeles (We Could Find), From 'Mad Men' to 'Transparent'

    If you were wondering who's making the biggest Emmys push in 2015, the streets of Los Angeles might have some clues.

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    Here's How Oscar-Nominated Filmmaker Liz Garbus Brought Nina Simone to Life

    Nina Simone was so much more than a singer and songwriter, and Garbus' "What Happened, Miss Simone?" is much more than a biographical documentary.

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    This Filmmaker Taught Himself Everything He Needs to Know on YouTube

    Moise Verneau graduated from the school of YouTube, and the result was the hit web series, "Money & Violence."

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    Vote for Project of the Week: Will It Be 'The Life of Flowers,' 'Finding Groovopolis,' 'Not It' or 'The Earth Moves'?

    It's time to vote for this week's Project of the Week. Who will it be? Take a look at the projects in the running and select the one you'd most like to see.

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