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Sesame Street Takes on Global Health

The show is tackling HIV, international politics, death and grieving, how to cope with parents in the military, and other heavy subjects.

Back in October we mentioned Sesame Street's new character Kami, an HIV-positive Muppet. Apparently the show isn't stopping there.

Connecticut's Westport News interviewed Westport resident Andrew Ames, who is also vice president of global productions for Sesame Street. Ames told them:

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"The Last Mountain" Debuts at Sundance

"The Last Mountain" leads a small pack of environmental documentaries premiering at Sundance this week. Check out the trailer.

TreeHugger has good roundup of the rather sorry slate of environmentally-themed documentaries at Sundance this year. Not to belittle any of the films that are playing—I haven't seen any yet—but it seems that the fest is a little thin in this department compared to past years.

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Video: Five Films to Watch at Sundance

Sundance is in full swing in Park City, Utah. Here are five films premiering there that we want to see.


This weekend kicks off the annual Sundance Film Festival in Park City, Utah. Here are a handful of films premiering there that are worth looking out for.

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