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The Oscars in Three Minutes

Friday, February 28, 2014

Sort of. In advance of the Academy Awards, we've collected the voices of actors and filmmakers who've recently come through our studios, and who could wind up on the podium this weekend. The result is a trip.

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Studio 360

Studio 360 Goes to the Oscars

Friday, February 21, 2014

You held your breath during Gravity. You grimaced through The Wolf of Wall Street. But do you know what drives this year’s crop of Oscar-nominated actors, directors, and films? Studio 360 has you covered.

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Studio 360

Oscar Nominations Can’t Help But Please, Disappoint

Thursday, January 16, 2014

Our man Oscar played it safe again this year. It’s doubtful too many people will take issue with Gravity (a hugely successful drama with innovative film techniques) and American Hustle (a hugely commercial drama with great performances) leading the pack of nominations with ten ...

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The Leonard Lopate Show

Guest Picks: Bruce Dern

Tuesday, December 10, 2013

Find out what actor Bruce Dern has been listening to and what he's a fan of!

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Studio 360

Payne’s Nebraska & Ornette Coleman

Friday, December 06, 2013

The filmmaker Alexander Payne returns to his home state for Nebraska, starring Bruce Dern and Will Forte as a father and son on a fateful road trip. Kurt Andersen talks with them and scene-stealing co-star June Squibb. We’ll explore the newest-oldest trend in movies: black-and-white. And Ornette Coleman breaks the ...

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Studio 360

Alexander Payne's Nebraska

Friday, December 06, 2013

Alexander Payne’s new film Nebraska is a father-and-son road trip. An aging and agitated Woody (Bruce Dern) believes he’s won a million dollars in a sweepstakes scheme, and convinces his discontented son David (Will Forte) to drive him from Montana to Nebraska to collect the winnings ...

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The Leonard Lopate Show

Bruce Dern on "Nebraska"

Wednesday, December 04, 2013

Bruce Dern discusses his role in Alexander Payne’s latest film, “Nebraska.” He plays Woody, who has early symptoms of dementia and thinks he’s won a $1 million prize. He leaves his home in Montana to walk to Lincoln, Nebraska, where he thinks he can collect the money he’s won. His son, played by Will Forte, decides to drive him when he can’t convince him the prize isn’t real. 

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