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Denmark's dark past is up for an Oscar

Inspired by real events, the movie "Land of Mine" tells the story of a group of young German POWs who are captured by the Danish army and forced to dig up land mines along Denmark's coast.

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Arts, Culture & Media

Charles Ferguson

Faith talks to filmmaker Charles Ferguson about the aftermath of the war in Iraq and his Oscar-nominated documentary "No End in Sight."

Arts, Culture & Media

Mark Harris

Writer Mark Harris talks about last night's Oscars and his new book on how Hollywood changed forever forty years ago, "Pictures at a Revolution."

Arts, Culture & Media

Jamie Johnson

Faith talks to filmmaker and Johnson & Johnson heir Jamie Johnson about his new documentary on America's persistent income gap, "The One Percent."

Business, Economics and Jobs

Paulo Morelli

Director Paulo Morelli talks to Faith about his new film, City of Men, the sequel to City of God, his 2002 Academy Award-nominated film that delved into the culture of Rio De Janiero's sprawling "favela" slums.

Business, Economics and Jobs

Patricia Riggen

Filmmaker Patricia Riggen talks to Faith about her new film "La Misma Luna," which draws attention to issues faced by Mexican immigrants in the United States.