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Michelle Sabato is an actor and writer from Cleveland, Ohio. By the age of 2 Michelle had memorized all the words to The Wizard of Oz. So, yes, she can carry a conversation with just using movie quotes.

Actor Profile: Sarah Paulson

Sarah Paulson fits the criteria of great actors. She has range and stamina, two incredibly important things to have in Hollywood.

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Mental Health And The Movies: An Examination

Film Inquiry's Michelle Sabato opens up about the films that have spoken to her on her mental health journey, and hopes that filmmakers will

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THE SERPENT AND THE RAINBOW: 30 Years Later

A classic horror film of Haitian voodoo and zombies, The Serpent and the Rainbow continues to scare and delight viewers with its historical relevance

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Actor Profile: Marisa Tomei

Marisa Tomei is an actress with many memorable roles through the years; here is a rundown of some of her very best.

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Holy Moly: Depictions Of The Catholic Church In Cinema

The Catholic Church and religion in general are often centerpoints for certain films throughout history; Michelle Sabato gives her take on a few of

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Rising Up: Female Actors Taking Positions Of Power

In the middle of the sexual abuse scandal in Hollywood, we highlight the actors who were amidst it all and others who are rising

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Actor Profile: Colin Farrell

There are certain stereotypes that continue in Hollywood: the young ingenue, the method actor and the bad boy, to name a few. Colin Farrell

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Sogno Italiano: The Art Of The Dream In Italian Film

Hollywood is not the only city to leave a lasting mark on the world of cinema. Each country has contributed to the art form

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Actor Profile: Jude Law

In our latest profile, we examiner the career of Jude Law, gazing into two decades of performances from the beloved actor.

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Playing The Real Part: Acting In A Biographical Film

Portraying a real figure is often considered easier than acting as a fictional character, but these examples prove that's a misconception.

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