Mya Taylor

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Another Hollywood landmark has shut its doors for good.

'Tangerine' Star Says Goodbye to Donut Time

Another Hollywood landmark has shut its doors for good.

from Press Play with Madeleine Brand

Last year was the year that transgender people hit mainstream media in a big way: Caitlyn Jenner, Transparent and The Danish Girl. Then there was Tangerine.

Mya Taylor of 'Tangerine'

Last year was the year that transgender people hit mainstream media in a big way: Caitlyn Jenner, Transparent and The Danish Girl. Then there was Tangerine.

from Press Play with Madeleine Brand

When Steve Levitan mentioned a movie shot on iPhones that played at Sundance this year, he was talking about  Tangerine  ,  a bittersweet film from Sean Baker that won glowing reviews…

Mya Taylor: 'Tangerine'

When Steve Levitan mentioned a movie shot on iPhones that played at Sundance this year, he was talking about Tangerine , a bittersweet film from Sean Baker that won glowing reviews…

from The Business

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Part one of two in which Yaa Gyasi discusses the myriad complexities of her novels “Transcendent Kingdom” and “Homegoing.”

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For nearly the past decade, media mogul Barry Diller has backed award-winning movies and Broadway shows from now embattled mega-producer Scott Rudin.

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