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Will you be watching Oscar Isaac in #Annihilation? The sci-fi horror film is currently out in theaters. photo: @austinhargrave

Will you be watching Oscar Isaac in #Annihilation ? The sci-fi horror film is currently out in theaters. photo: @austinhargrave - 4 hours ago

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Happy birthday to Chelsea Handler. The comedienne is 43 today! photo: @austinhargrave

Happy birthday to Chelsea Handler. The comedienne is 43 today! photo: @austinhargrave - 8 hours ago

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Heather Graham on making her directorial debut in #HalfMagic: "As a kid, if you’re told you’re going to hell for having premarital sex, that’s pretty scary. But the movie is a journey of how I learned to feel good about my sexuality, not feel fear or shame." Photo: @jamesleewallphoto

Heather Graham on making her directorial debut in #HalfMagic : "As a kid, if you’re told you’re going to hell for having premarital sex, that’s pretty scary. But the movie is a journey of how I learned to feel good about my sexuality, not feel fear or shame." Photo: @jamesleewallphoto - 16 hours ago

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A round of first, best, last, worst with @imheathergraham! ✨

A round of first, best, last, worst with @imheathergraham ! - 19 hours ago

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The cast and minds behind the return of #Roseanne gather for this week's cover story. Photo: @christopherpatey

The cast and minds behind the return of #Roseanne gather for this week's cover story. Photo: @christopherpatey - 1 day ago

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The Cinematographer Roundtable - tomorrow on @SundanceTV. Photo: @spencer_lowell

The Cinematographer Roundtable - tomorrow on @SundanceTV. Photo: @spencer_lowell - 1 day ago

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After years in Hollywood, Heather Graham is finally making her directorial debut. #HalfMagic, bowing Friday, is a satire about a female writer struggling to be taken seriously in an industry rife with sexual harassment featuring a male character who "represents the chauvinistic, sexist film industry." Photo: @jamesleewallphoto

After years in Hollywood, Heather Graham is finally making her directorial debut. #HalfMagic , bowing Friday, is a satire about a female writer struggling to be taken seriously in an industry rife with sexual harassment featuring a male character who "represents the chauvinistic, sexist film industry." Photo: @jamesleewallphoto - 2 days ago

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"I knew there was some change happening when I wasn’t nominated for The Butler. Before my agent or my publicist or even my mother called me, Steve McQueen [who was nominated that year for 12 Years a Slave] called me. He was like, 'Bro, you should be here with me.' And I just said, 'You’re there. Take it home.' It was that kind of camaraderie that’s really amazing and wasn’t there before." Photo: @austinhargrave

"I knew there was some change happening when I wasn’t nominated for The Butler. Before my agent or my publicist or even my mother called me, Steve McQueen [who was nominated that year for 12 Years a Slave] called me. He was like, 'Bro, you should be here with me.' And I just said, 'You’re there. Take it home.' It was that kind of camaraderie that’s really amazing and wasn’t there before." Photo: @austinhargrave - 2 days ago

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John Singleton reflects on his 1992 nomination for Boyz n the Hood: "I thought it meant my career was over. I thought, 'That’s their way to get me out.' I was really very humbled by it, too. I was a year out of film school when it happened, and I just sat down and tried to write and study film even more than I already had so I was up to that honor. At the same time, as a black man in America, my other fear was not wanting to necessarily lose myself in the hype of Hollywood." Photo: @austinhargrave

John Singleton reflects on his 1992 nomination for Boyz n the Hood: "I thought it meant my career was over. I thought, 'That’s their way to get me out.' I was really very humbled by it, too. I was a year out of film school when it happened, and I just sat down and tried to write and study film even more than I already had so I was up to that honor. At the same time, as a black man in America, my other fear was not wanting to necessarily lose myself in the hype of Hollywood." Photo: @austinhargrave - 2 days ago

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"I didn’t make Moonlight for the awards conversation, and when it ended up there, I was shocked the whole way. I kept waiting for the other shoe to drop. And then with how things ultimately went in the end, because of how loud it was and all of that other stuff, I’ve never been as distraught as I was at the Vanity Fair party after the Oscars." Photo: @austinhargrave

"I didn’t make Moonlight for the awards conversation, and when it ended up there, I was shocked the whole way. I kept waiting for the other shoe to drop. And then with how things ultimately went in the end, because of how loud it was and all of that other stuff, I’ve never been as distraught as I was at the Vanity Fair party after the Oscars." Photo: @austinhargrave - 2 days ago

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"Part of the cultural learning curve with this, too, is tied up with this thing that every time a black achievement happens, it’s a black achievement. It’s like the first African-American to do this or that, and I think we’re all eager to get to that point where it’s not a first." Photo: @austinhargrave

"Part of the cultural learning curve with this, too, is tied up with this thing that every time a black achievement happens, it’s a black achievement. It’s like the first African-American to do this or that, and I think we’re all eager to get to that point where it’s not a first." Photo: @austinhargrave - 2 days ago

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Race, barriers and battling nerves: A candid conversation with Oscar's only 4 African-American directing nominees in 90 years. Link in profile. Photo: @austinhargrave

Race, barriers and battling nerves: A candid conversation with Oscar's only 4 African-American directing nominees in 90 years. Link in profile. Photo: @austinhargrave - 3 days ago

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