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In ‘This Train,’ photographer Justine Kurland and her son spend six years on the road

By Jacqui Palumbo, CNN (CNN) — In Justine Kurland’s photographs, shot across the American West, trains silently pass through the picture plane: Burnt red and yellow railroad cars emerge from tree-lined curves, bisect flat plains and disappear into the mouths of tunnels; weathered freight cars yoked together both dot the terrain and demarcate it. The

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Palm Springs International Film Society expands programs for local youth

The Palm Springs International Film Society announced it is expanding programs aimed at nurturing young talent and fostering a deeper appreciation for the cinematic arts. The “Filmmaker in the Classroom” workshops and youth jury opportunities will reach students of all ages throughout the valley. The workshops will be led by ShortFest alumni and industry professionals,

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Henry Cavill and Natalie Viscuso

Henry Cavill and girlfriend Natalie Viscuso ‘excited’ to welcome first baby together

By Marianne Garvey, CNN (CNN) — “Argyle” star Henry Cavill and his girlfriend Natalie Viscuso have announced they are expecting their first baby together. Cavill told “Access Hollywood” that he’s “very excited” about growing his family, revealing the news at the New York City premiere of “The Ministry of Ungentlemanly Warfare.” “I’m very excited about

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The artist running Israel’s Venice Biennale pavilion says she won’t open it until hostage deal and Gaza ceasefire is reached

By Benjamin Brown, CNN (CNN) — Israel’s representative at Venice’s Biennale exhibition has said she won’t unveil the country’s pavilion until a hostage and ceasefire deal has been reached in Gaza. Artist Ruth Patir said the exhibit in the Italian city “will only open when the release of hostages and ceasefire agreement happens” in a statement

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