The Peabody Awards

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  • Zero Days
    Zero Days

    Filmmaker Alex Gibney shines a bright light on the dark world of cyber warfare in this suspenseful documentary thriller recounting the development, deployment, and discovery...

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  • Listen to Me Marlon
    Listen to Me Marlon

    The late actor Marlon Brando not only left a legacy of iconic film performances, from Terry Malloy in On the Waterfront to Don Vito Corleone...

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  • Complete 62nd Annual Peabody Awards (May 19, 2003)

    Complete 62nd Annual Peabody Awards (May 19, 2003)

    31 recipients of the 62nd Annual Peabody Awards were presented with awards on May 19, 2003 at the Waldorf=Astoria Hotel in New York City. The

  • Rebirth
    Rebirth

    The documentary film Rebirth is a prescient and patient project by Jim Whitaker. The year after the 9/11 attacks in New York City, he had...

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  • Dexter
    Dexter

    Few television programs, certainly few within the realm of “entertainment,” have delved so deeply into moral quandary as has Dexter. How far, the series asks,...

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  • Brotherhood
    Brotherhood

    Brothers Tommy and Michael Chafeestand at the center of Brotherhood, yet their conflicted bond is but one kind of tie is this rich drama. Layers...

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  • Edge of America
    Edge of America

    Edge of America is the story of an African-American teacher who transfers to a rural American Indian reservation school in Utah and reluctantly agrees to...

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  • Soldier's Girl
    Soldier's Girl

    Soldier’s Girl is based on the true story of Pvt. Barry Winchell, an American G.I., and Calpernia Addams, a transsexual nightclub performer, with whom he...

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  • Bang Bang You're Dead
    Bang Bang You're Dead

    Bang Bang You’re Dead, written by William Mastrosimone, is based on Mastrosimone’s play of the same title, written in reaction to threats of violence—from students,...

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  • Things Behind the Sun
    Things Behind the Sun

    Things Behind the Sun is an intense story of a teenage rape and its devastating consequences. Based on the experiences of filmmaker Allison Anders and...

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  • Strange Justice
    Strange Justice

    Both stylized and substantive, the Showtime movie Strange Justice takes a distinctively different look at the 1991 face off between Clarence Thomas and Anita Hill....

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  • The Baby Dance
    The Baby Dance

    Showtime’s The Baby Dance is an extraordinarily powerful and haunting television film written and directed by Jane Anderson and based on her play. The emotions...

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  • Faerie Tale Theatre
    Faerie Tale Theatre

    Television’s detractors argue that the medium stifles the imagination, that its reliance on fads, formulas, and formats leaves little room for whimsical flights of fancy....

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