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What the Election Tells Us About the Division of Women
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Tribeca Film Festival co-founder Jane Rosenthal sits down with Embodied's Editor-in-Chief to discuss women in film, funding for the arts, and fifteen years at the helm of Manhattan's greatest movie-going extravaganza.
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Vladimir Nabokov's masterful, controversial novel turns 60.
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Twenty years after its premiere, Rent remains a tour de force. We examine its groundbreaking impact on the theater world and its continued influence on thespians, New Yorkers and its loyal legions of fans.