In Chung's "Minari," seeing the American dream through the eyes of a Korean-American family

Mar 10, 2021
"And if my daughter can see it one day, that'd be great," says Lee Isaac Chung, writer-director of "Minari."
The cast of "Minari." Back row from left: Steven Yeun, Yuh-jung Youn and Yeri Han. Front row: Alan S. Kim and Noel Cho.
Photo by Josh Ethan Johnson, courtesy of A24

"Beale Street" and "Homecoming" star Stephan James on finding success in Hollywood

Dec 19, 2018
Ten years into his acting career, Stephan James is having a breakout moment.
Stephan James speaks about "If Beale Street Could Talk" at Essence Festival on July 6, 2018 in New Orleans, Louisiana.
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How do millions of workers with no legal protection stand up to sexual harassment?

Mar 13, 2018
There are up to 2 million people going to work in homes across America. Many of these domestic workers have little-to-no legal protections, and many of them experience sexual harassment or assault. Marketplace’s Molly Wood and Kai Ryssdal speak with Ai-jen Poo, director of the National Domestic Workers Alliance about how that is changing. Hear […]

Why you'll be seeing so much black on the red carpet

Jan 5, 2018
The Golden Globes will be getting an all-black makeover in solidarity with Time's Up.
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Can Time Warner's HBO continue to succeed in the world of prestige TV?

Feb 8, 2017
The network now faces competition from the likes of Amazon and Netflix.
Actor Nikolaj Coster-Waldau attends the Season 6 premiere of HBO's "Game of Thrones."
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Is the 'The Revenant' worth watching?

Jan 11, 2016
Could the Golden Globes foreshadow what's to come during the rest of awards season?