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Inside Stories

New this week: ‘Moonbase 8,’ Kylie Minogue & Niall Horan


Here’s a collection curated by The Associated Press’ entertainment journalists of what’s arriving on TV, streaming services and music platforms this week.


Smokey Robinson talks about Bob Dylan, ‘My Girl’ and why he doesn’t like the...


He’s been cutting two records, one in Spanish, the other in English. Playing a little golf, too. And he checked on the grape harvest in the pre-fire Napa Valley for his eponymous wine company.

				                                FILE - Writer/director Michael Angelo Covino, left, and actor Kyle Marvin pose during a portrait session to promote their film “The Climb” at the 72nd international film festival, Cannes, southern France, on May 18, 2019. (Photo by Joel C Ryan/Invision/AP, File)

A festival hit waylaid by the virus, ‘The Climb’ peddles on


NEW YORK — “The Climb” is a portrait of a male friendship told in single-shot chapters with cataclysmic happenings — marriage, death, children — in between. With each lurch forward, we have to get our bearings for where Mike (Michael Angelo Covino) and Kyle (Kyle Marvin) are now. Are they still friends? Have either of them matured at all?

				                                This combination photo shows poster art for political documentaries, from left, “All In: The Fight for Democracy,” “Boys State,” “537 Votes,” “Slay the Dragon,” and “The Fight.” The election has unleashed an avalanche of documentaries like no season before it. Dozens of films, exploring issues from gerrymandering to white supremacists, have sought to illuminate the many issues and trends voters are confronting at the polls on Tuesday. In a presidential election of enormous stakes, filmmakers have rushed to finish their films before Election Day. (Amazon, from left, Apple TV Plus, HBO Max, Magnolia Pictures, Magnolia Pictures via AP)

Ahead of the election, a landslide of documentaries


NEW YORK — The election has unleashed an avalanche of documentaries like no season before it.

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Ashley A. Michaels

Mya LaMaster

Dana McGonigle

Karissa Worobey

Derek Reisinger

Christopher Crisler