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'Mondays At Racine' Highlights Women's Emotional Lives During Cancer

Audie Cornish talks with Cynthia Wade. She is the director of Mondays At Racine, a documentary about how some women deal with the physical and emotional scars from cancer. The short film has been nominated for an Oscar.
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Despite Dark Themes, A Big Oscar Bounce

At the Oscar ceremony on Sunday night, there'll be lots of talk about excellence — the movie industry honoring its own. But as NPR's Bob Mondello notes, there has always been another side to the Oscars: money.
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Bradley Cooper Finds 'Silver Linings' Everywhere

The actor, nominated for an Academy Award for his role in David O. Russell's film, talks about watching movies with his father as a kid in Philadelphia, his childhood fascination with soldiers and being up against Daniel Day Lewis for an Oscar.
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Affleck On 'Argo' And The 1979 Hostage Crisis

Ben Affleck's Argo won Golden Globes for best director and best motion picture/drama. The film now has Oscar nominations for Best Picture and Best Adapted Screenplay. Affleck talks about his approach to the story of six diplomats who managed to escape a hostile Iran in 1979.
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Up For Best Picture: 'Life Of Pi', 'Beasts Of The Southern Wild'

Morning Edition goes back into the archives to hear from the directors of two films nominated for Best Picture at the Academy Awards, which will be handed out Sunday. Life of Pi, directed by Ang Lee, and Beasts of the Southern Wild, directed by Benh Zeitlin, both have elements of magical realism.
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For Publicist Marvin Levy, It's All About Eyeballs

A publicist is responsible for making a movie known — in a good way, with any luck. It's a multifaceted job, but what does he or she really do? NPR's Susan Stamberg continues her annual Hollywood Jobs series with a story of one prolific publicist and the director he serves.

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