We look at the legacy of horror movie director George Romero and the work he left behind; veteran stunt coordinator Conrad Palmisano talks about how safety has improved on TV and film sets; real-life married couple Francesa Delbanco and Nick Stoller collaborated on the new Netflix series, "Friends from College.”
Filmmaker Marti Noxon drew on her own experience with eating disorders for her movie, “To the Bone”; Universal Music has exited its $31 million deal to acquire the distribution rights to much of Prince’s music; With “Game of Thrones” returning, one of the show’s sound designers talks about how she creates those dragon sounds. (Hint: think giant tortoises having sex. Really.)
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Reviews of the week's new movies, interviews with filmmakers, and discussion.
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