Rod Serling Video Festival 2014
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Virtual Reality, Corporeality Collide In Cronenberg's First Novel
Director David Cronenberg's debut work of fiction is not for the faint of heart. Consumed follows two journalists as they chase stories of cannibalism, backroom surgeries, self-mutilation and murder.
Meeting Country Music's Superstars: Behind Each Portrait, A Story
Nashville-based photographer Raeanne Rubenstein recalls working with charismatic stars like Johnny Cash. Jerry Lee Lewis, on the other hand, dodged her (and his audience) by leaping out a window.
Munich Mayor Survives Key Political Test: Tapping The First Keg
Every year at Oktoberfest, the mayor of Munich, Germany, faces a public challenge — driving a tap into the ceremonial first beer barrel. Expectations were especially high for new mayor Dieter Reiter.
Air Campaign Against ISIS Continues As Rebels Look To Regroup
Air strikes continue against ISIS and the U.S. is considering establishing a no-fly zone in Syria to protect civilians and allow rebels to regroup. Arun Rath talks to NPR's Deborah Amos and Leila Fadel.
Looking Back On Eric Holder's Time As Attorney General
Attorney General Eric Holder announced this week that he will be resigning. Justice correspondent Carrie Johnson speaks with NPR's Arun Rath about Holder's legacy and who will likely replace him.
How Is Fujifilm Helping In The Fight Against Ebola?
The fight against Ebola continues in Africa and here in the U.S. NPR's Arun Rath talks to The New Yorker's Joshua Hunt on Fujifilm's foray into Ebola drugs.
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