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Alexei Navalny's story is 'just beginning’

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Daniel Roher, director of the Oscar-winning 'Navalny,' speaks to The Times about the news of Alexei Navalny's death and the changing legacy of his documentary.
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'Navalny' director on death of Alexei Navalny: 'The story isn't ending. It's just beginning' Click to view images

Daniel Roher, director of the Oscar-winning 'Navalny,' speaks to The Times about the news of Alexei Navalny's death and the changing legacy of his documentary.

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Rare photos of Dave Chappelle and Lenny Kravitz sparkle in Mathieu Bitton's ode to Paris Click to view images

With images taken in Paris over the last 10 years, 'Paris Blues' illustrates, Bitton's longing for his hometown and features candid images of celebrities like Lenny Kravitz and Dave Chappelle.

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Annette Bening and Paul Giamatti are 'due' Oscars. Who else is on the list? Click to view images

How many Oscar nominations do you need to earn before you're considered "overdue" for a win? It's a popular narrative, but it doesn't always pan out.

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'The Last Repair Shop' documents unique city-run service to fix students' instruments Click to view images

"I still involuntarily cry, and we've been watching this movie for four years," says Kris Bowers, the short documentary's co-director with Ben Proudfoot.

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Welcome to the Oscar club, casting directors. Now, what is it you do? Click to view images

The film academy recently announced that casting directors, the people responsible for bringing in just the right actor for a role, will soon have their own awards category at the Oscars.

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Through many different lenses, the Frankenstein myth endures. Teen rom-com, anyone? Click to view images

The Frankenstein myth has left a trail of thrills, cautionary tales and variations, including "Poor Things," Yorgos Lanthimos' Oscar-nominated imaginative take

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Korean bookstores in L.A. are dying. Here's how one survives Click to view images

Customers range from parents hoping to pass the language to the next generation to local Korean church members to non-Koreans trying to learn Korean.

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