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Abortion Helpline, This is Lisa (short)
Abortion Rights

At the Philadelphia abortion helpline, counselors field nonstop calls from women and teens who can’t afford to end their pregnancies, illustrating the brutal legacy of the discriminatory Hyde Amendment.
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America's War on Abortion
Abortion Rights

Two years before the overturning of Roe v. Wade, award-winning filmmaker Deeyah Khan examines the frightening erosion of reproductive rights in Trump’s America.
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Faces Places
Wanderlust

In her late-career masterpiece, Agnès Varda, aged 89 and spirited as ever, teams up with 34-year-old superstar artist JR, visiting French villages and honouring their inhabitants with striking murals.
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Italy: Love It or Leave It
Wanderlust

Award-winning filmmakers Gustav Hofer and Luca Ragazzi set off on a road trip in search for the real Italy and a reason to still call it home.
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Jackson
Abortion Rights

In Jackson, Mississippi, ground zero for the Supreme Court’s recent Dobbs decision, director Maisie Crow weaves together the lives of three women on either side of the abortion debate.
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Unbranded
Wanderlust

Inspiring, hilarious and heartwarming, Unbranded is the story of four men and 16 mustangs as they travel 3000 miles, border to border, from Mexico to Canada.
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The Many Sides of Tony: Laurie Woolever on Bourdain: The Definitive Oral Biography
Curious Minds Author Talk

Join Laurie Woolever, one of Bourdain’s most intimate confidantes, for a behind scenes look at the life and enduring legacy of the cultural tastemaker and her new book on his life, Bourdain: The Definitive Oral Biography.
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Adventures in France: Bill Buford on the Joys of French Cuisine
Curious Minds Author Talk

Bestselling food writer Bill Buford offers the inside dish on the art of French cooking and cuisine, and the valuable lessons he learned in writing Dirt, his anticipated follow-up to the bestselling classic, Heat.
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A Living Legacy: MSNBC’s Eddie Glaude on James Baldwin
Curious Minds Author Talk

Join Princeton historian and MSNBC commentator Eddie Glaude for a timely look at the legacy of the late great public thinker James Baldwin—and how his life and work can serve as a powerful guide for our moment of social change.
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I Was Better Last Night: Harvey Fierstein Live in Conversation
Live Monday, April 4 at 7:30 PM EDT

On the release of his new memoir, cultural icon, gay rights activist, and Tony Award–winning actor Harvey Fierstein dishes on the New York arts scene, the evolution of gay culture and the making of landmark plays and films like Hairspray, Fiddler on the Roof, and Mrs. Doubtfire.
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Salman Rushdie on the Languages of Truth
Curious Minds Author Talk

Join us for an evening of mind-expanding conversation with the Booker Prize-winning, internationally bestselling author Salman Rushdie whose latest collection of non-fiction, Languages of Truth, solidifies his place as one of the most original thinkers of our time.
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Tom Perrotta on Tracy Flick Can’t Win
Curious Minds Author Talk

In this live Canadian exclusive, join Tom Perrotta, the bestselling author of modern classics like Little Children, The Leftovers and Mrs. Fletcher as he revisits one of his most indelible characters: Election's Tracy Flick.
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André Picard, Katie Engelhart and Paul Wells on Aging with Dignity
Curious Minds Author Talk

It took the pandemic to open our eyes to society’s systemic neglect of our elders. Is it time to reimagine the systems that support them? In conversation with Maclean's’ Paul Wells, The Globe and Mail’s André Picard and veteran journalist Katie Engelhart will help us reassess how we approach life’s final chapters, drawing from their important new books, Neglected No More and The Inevitable.
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What's Next for America? The New Yorker's Evan Osnos on Joe Biden
Curious Minds Author Talk

As President Biden enters his first term in office, join The New Yorker's Evan Osnos for a timely look at the man and his moment in history, as outlined in his anticipated new biography, Joe Biden.
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Walter Isaacson on The Future of Genetics
Curious Minds Author Talk

The bestselling biographer behind Leonardo da Vinci and Steve Jobs joins Anna Maria Tremonti to discuss his latest book, The Code Breaker, a gripping account of how Nobel Prize winner Jennifer Doudna launched a revolution with the invention of CRISPR, the groundbreaking gene editing tool.
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