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Race in America: Giving Voice with Colman Domingo
Actor, playwright and director Colman Domingo has had a long career on screen and on stage. His roles span the series “Fear the Walking Dead” and “Euphoria,” to the films “Selma” and “If Beale Street Could Talk,” to “The Scottsboro Boys” and “Passing Strange” in theater. In the new Oscar-nominated film adaptation of “Ma Rainey’s Black Bottom,” Domingo plays the blues singer’s bandleader. On Thursday April 1 at 12:30pm ET, Washington Post opinions writer Jonathan Capehart speaks with Domingo abou
Oscar® Spotlight: “Crip Camp”
Nominated this year for an Academy Award® in the category of best documentary feature, “Crip Camp: A Disability Revolution,” follows the birth of the disability rights movement. The film starts in 1971 at Camp Jened, a camp for teens with disabilities and focuses on how those campers become activists in their fight for accessibility legislation. Join Washington Post film critic Ann Hornaday in conversation with the film’s directors, writers and producers Nicole Newnham and Jim LeBrecht on Wed
A Conversation with Sacha Baron Cohen
“The Trial of the Chicago 7” is a film about anti-Vietnam War protestors facing conspiracy charges by the federal government following the 1968 Democratic National Convention. It earned six Oscar® nominations, including best picture and best supporting actor for Sacha Baron Cohen. On Thursday, March 25 at 6:00pm ET, Washington Post movie critic Ann Hornaday speaks with Cohen about the film, how it resonates today and his wide-ranging career.