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For David Crosby, it's déjà vu all over again




The documentary,
The documentary, "David Crosby: Remember My Name," recounts the life and career of the rock/folk music veteran.
Sundance Film Festival

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CSN&Y, according to David Crosby

(Starts at 1:18)

The documentary, "David Crosby: Remember My Name," recounts the life and career of the rock/folk music veteran, including his rocky relationships with Stephen Stills, Graham Nash and Neil Young. Crosby and the film's director, A.J. Eaton, and producer, Cameron Crowe, spoke with John Horn at the Sundance Film Festival where the movie screened and was purchased by Sony Pictures Classics.

Will Oscar have 'Bao' on his menu?

(Starts at 22:10)

Domee Shi got her start at Pixar as an intern, working her way up to storyboard artist on features such as "Inside Out" and "The Good Dinosaur." And she wrote and directed the animated short, "Bao," which debuted last year and now has an Academy Award nomination for Best Animated Short. The film tells the story of an older Chinese-Canadian woman adjusting to a newly empty nest, who gets a second chance at motherhood when one of her homemade dumplings comes to life. Shi tells The Frame that "Bao" was inspired by her own childhood growing up with overprotective Chinese immigrant parents and her love of classic fairy tales. 

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