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Mira Nair threw her heart and soul — and her sari, she jokes — into A Suitable Boy, the beloved (but massive) Indian novel she’d always dreamed of directing.

By Margy Rochlin

To raise others up, busy host Bobby Bones goes to great heights.

A veteran writer-producer runs her own show at the new Walker.

Forecasts for Tubi, Fox’s free streaming service, are looking up. Way up.

A filmmaker unearths the sorrow of Tulsa’s “Black Wall Street,” site of the country’s single worst incident of racial violence.

With its wide-ranging nonfiction content, Discovery dives into the streaming world.

J. Alex Brinson knows the gritty reality of life, but strives to change it for future generations.

Linda Mendoza is directing everywhere from Pennsylvania Avenue to Sesame Street.

Playing a role she felt born to play was all Christian Serratos hoped for.

Monique Green makes every moment on screen count.

Once the spunky foster kid Punky Brewster, Soleil Moon Frye picks up the story on Peacock, now as a foster mom.

With an array of diverse directors, an FX series documents the 50-year struggle for LGBTQ civil rights.

The director behind Cadillac’s Scissorhands spot — and much more — keeps his focus on the script.

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