Rick Famuyiwa

writer and director

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Nigerian American Hollywood writer and director, his films include Brown SugarThe Wood and Dope

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Writer/director Rick Famuyiwa talks about breaking stereotypes with his Sundance hit, Dope.

Rick Famuyiwa: Dope

Writer/director Rick Famuyiwa talks about breaking stereotypes with his Sundance hit, Dope.

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The decline of horse racing as a favorite American sport means the decline, and now the fall, of  Hollywood Park . It started in 1938. Walt Disney was an original shareholder.

It's Almost Over at Hollywood Park

The decline of horse racing as a favorite American sport means the decline, and now the fall, of Hollywood Park . It started in 1938. Walt Disney was an original shareholder.

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