Barbara Kopple

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VIDEO: 2013 Indie Picks: The Spectacular Now, Fruitvale Station, and the Way Way Back

On our last episode of our fourth season, we offer up a special encore performance of three indie movies from 2013 that were among our favorites and deserves a second look: THE SPECTACULAR NOW, FRUITVALE STATION & THE WAY WAY BACK. watch

VIDEO: Addiction

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Addiction
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Length: 41:06
Aired: 1/1/2014

Emily uses her newly single status to unravel a mystery from the past as Pascal attempts to make up for lost time with Victoria. watch

VIDEO: Addiction

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Addiction
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Length: 43:56
Aired: 1/1/2004

A seemingly random carjacking turns out to be anything but when a young woman's gambling addiction becomes more than the family business can support. watch

Videos

Wild Man Blues
Shut Up & Sing
Wild Man Blues
Shut Up & Sing: 3/17/2008

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Harlan County, USA
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Running From Crazy
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Dixie Chicks: Shut Up and Sing

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2013 Indie Picks: The Spectacular Now, Fruitvale Station, and the Way Way Back
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Addiction
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The House of Steinbrenner
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Methamphetamine

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Credits

Year Title Description
2013 Running From Crazy Movie, Director
2013 Running From Crazy Movie, Producer
2013 Running From Crazy Movie, Exec. Producer
2009 Woodstock TV Show Series, Director
2009 Woodstock TV Show Series, Producer

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News

I just saw a direct-to-video ...

Question: I just saw a direct-to-video movie called Havoc that was dedicated to Jessica Kaplan (1979-2003). Who was she and why is the movie dedicated to her?


Answer: When Los Angeles-born Jessica Kaplan was a 17-year-old high-school student at Santa Monica's famous Crossroads School, she sold a screenplay called The Powers that Be — about privileged white California kids who were into gangbanging ghetto culture until they run into the real thing — to New Line Cinema for a cool $150,000. This happened a full three years before 13-year-old Nikki Reed wrote a screenplay called Thirteen about her experiences as a wayward child of privilege, but Reed got far more publicity because her script was quickly produced and she costarred in the movie. Kaplan read more

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