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"It was like the fates were telling us we have to be together for 50 years."
A film about war, friendship, and the American New Wave.
"A camera was considered a weapon by the Russians. They shot you on the spot."
"As long as we are out of our country and can't go back, let's just go to Hollywood."
Filmmaker Karen Skloss points the lens at her own non-traditional and yet entirely normal family.
Meet Jewish anthropologist Melville Herskovits, who exploded myths about African Americans.
"Professor Herskovits seemed to think sometimes that he owned Africa."
"Herskovits learns that the place to look for behavior is in cultural practice, not biology."
"The idea of race as this organizing way of thinking about people is still extremely pervasive."
What happens when a society can no longer tell what's real and what's virtual.
Can you own a sound? Go inside the clash between sampling culture and intellectual property law.
"What the photographer is to the painter is what the modern producer is to the instrumentalist."
"They say I’m the world’s number one sampledest drummer. I haven’t got a penny for it yet though."
"You can’t put soul in a bottle. You can’t quantify soul by a person who’s just got a briefcase."
Single parenthood becomes even more complicated when the parent is a father, and that father is gay.
Harvard Professor Vincent Brown discusses the irony that a white man came to define black culture.
Watch the story of the real mad men – and women – who changed the way we feel, see, and buy.
Bill Bernbach brought art and copy together in the agency.
Adman George Lois on advertising, Ali, and changing the world.
Trailblazer Mary Wells on bringing fun into the ads of the '60s.
Most Indians don't ride horses or wear feathers, but in the movies they always do.
On Will Sampson's performance in One Flew Over the Cuckoo's Nest.
"After playing the bonehead savage for so many years, the Navajo get their sweet revenge."
Dances With Wolves- fleshed out characters or same old stereotypes?
Hal Riney describes the innovative Saturn car campaign.
Follow the unlikely story of America's original shock-jock.
Back in the USSR, one man created a secret collection of suppressed masterpieces.
Painter Mikhail Kurzin tried to follow the Soviet style, but he couldn't stand it.
Igor Savitsky made over 20 trips to Uzbekistan to smuggle art treasures out of Moscow.
Artist Elena Korovay reacted with some chagrin to Savitsky's zeal for her work.
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