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For decades at sold-out Jackson Hole Cinemas showings, moviegoers may have found their attention split between the latest blockbuster and their silent battle for ownership of a narrow armrest.

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In light of the United Nations’ recent report detailing the catastrophic rate of species extinction in the 21st century — up to a million kinds of plants and animals in the next few decades — it may come as no surprise that wild salmon, too, are facing trouble.

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A few branches of science — chemistry, biology, astronomy — are household names. Others are foreign even to veteran science communicators like Ann Johnson Prum.

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“Therefore thus saith the Lord, Behold, I will bring evil upon them, which they shall not be able to escape; and though they shall cry unto me, I will not hearken unto them.” — Jeremiah 11:11

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As of last week, the nonprofit once known as the Jackson Hole Wildlife Film Festival has announced a new name — Jackson Wild — and a revitalized purpose: to cultivate media-centric events and partnerships capable of creating global change.

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Husband-and-wife directors Jimmy Chin and Elizabeth Chai Vasarhelyi bagged some coveted hardware for their film “Free Solo” documenting rock climber Alex Honnold’s quest to climb, without a rope, El Capitan’s Freerider route in Yosemite National Park.

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When Alex Honnold climbed El Capitan without a rope the “Free Solo” film crew was arguably more nervous than he was. In a New York Times short, directors Jimmy Chin and Elizabeth Chai Vasarhelyi open up about the important question they had to address before agreeing to film their friend: Wh…

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It's officially Oscar season, and Jacksonites E. Chai Vasarhelyi and Jimmy Chin's movie "Free Solo" has been nominated for Best Documentary Feature.

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A century and a half after John Muir spent his first summer in California’s Sierra Nevada, his words and writings continue to inspire movements to protect lands the environmentalist described as a “Range of Light.”

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Netflix released its most ambitious interactive film, “Black Mirror: Bandersnatch,” on Dec. 28. Touting over five hours of filmed content, the “choose-your-own-adventure” style offers a seemingly novel way to watch a movie.

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Not every ski movie ends with a quote like “If nature fails, humanity fails,” but Teton Gravity Research’s “Ode To Muir” is not your average stoke film. It’s a ski movie with a message.

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Despite its brevity, you can learn a lot from Hole Food Rescue’s short film, “The Fate of a Pepper.” The three- minute film covers the grim reality of food waste in America and brings it close to home with its spotlight on Hole Food Rescue, a nonprofit dedicated to keeping food out of landfills.

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Forgive me for being vague at the top, but my hope is to convey to you the maddeningly convoluted nature of “Fantastic Beasts: The Crimes of Grindelwald” without spoiling too much.

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Immigration is one of the most pressing political issues in the United States right now. Ramping up to last week’s midterm elections, President Trump worked hard to make the U.S.-bound migrant caravan of “invaders” a rallying cry for conservative voters. Democrats, on the other hand, looked …

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Created by Terence Nance, “Random Acts of Flyness” portrays both the beauty and horror of being black in America through a kaleidoscopic lens. Absurd, disjointed comedy a la Eric Andre meets “Sorry To Bother You.”

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This month’s meeting of the Teton Photography Club offers a presentation by documentary filmmaker Jennifer Tennican on creating video with a standard DSLR camera and strategies for successful visual storytelling.

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For those who don’t know, Bert Raynes loves birds. As a longtime News&Guide columnist, conservationist and community activist he has become “a focal point for disparate groups.” Many have come together to engage with nature because of Raynes’ spirit and presence. He is the nucleus of a c…

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It’s offseason, the time to catch up on the TV shows and movies you missed while you were busy playing outside. “Bingeworthy” is your antidote to the offseason blues.

“Maniac” is a 10-part series streaming on Netflix. For your binge calculations, each episode is about 40 minutes long.