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    This Week In Home Video: 'Spotlight,' 'Fargo' Season Two, and More

    Plus: "The Graduate" from Criterion, and "The Big Sleep" and "Key Largo" from Warner Archive Collection.

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    The Magic of Mike Nichols

    In two recent appreciations of the late filmmaker and theater director, Elaine May and Douglas McGrath barely scratch the surface of his brilliant career.

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    Watch: 'Becoming Mike Nichols' Gives Us Fresh Insight Into the Life of the Late Filmmaker

    The new HBO documentary features the director in a set of intimate interviews, which were some of his very last.

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    Watch: Dustin Hoffman Tells 'American Masters' About Mike Nichols Directing 'The Graduate': "He looked like he was going to throw up"

    Directed by Nichols' longtime friend and collaborator, Elaine May, the first entry in the documentary series' 30th anniversary season debuts January 29 on PBS.

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    Berlinale 2016 to Honor Scorsese, Nichols, Fassbinder Cinematographer Michael Ballhaus

    In addition to receiving an honorary Golden Bear, the man behind the beautiful images of 'The Marriage of Maria Braun,' and 'Goodfellas' will be the subject of a ten-film retrospective.

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    'The Graduate,' 'The Kid' and More Classics Hitting Criterion Collection in February

    "The Graduate" will mark the first Mike Nichols' movie ever added to the prestigious cinema library.

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    'American Masters' Celebrates 30-Year Anniversary with New Doc Lineup

    The new slate of PBS films will air January through May 2016.

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    Watch: Vancouver Has Stood In for Many Cities, But Rarely Plays Itself

    This new video essay by Tony Zhou is one part homage, one part truth-telling mission, as Zhou goes through all the different films that have used Vancouver as their backdrop while calling it something (or somewhere) else: everything from Christopher Nolan's 'Insomnia' to Mike Nichols' 'Carnal Knowle...

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