A clerk pick an item for a customer order at the Amazon Prime warehouse in New York. Amazon Empire director James Jacoby describes the pace of work within the company's warehouses as "incredibly grueling."
Students wearing headscarves and helmets learn to navigate traffic cones in a scene from the Oscar-winning documentary, "Learning to Skateboard in a Warzone (If You're a Girl)."
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Bong Joon-ho, here with interpreter Sharon Choi, won big at Sunday's Oscars. His film Parasite took best international feature and best picture, and he was recognized for his direction and writing.
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Spanish actor Antonio Banderas is photographed after winning the best leading actor award for Pain and Glory at the Spanish Film Academy's Goya Awards in Málaga, Spain, on Jan. 26.
Set during the first World War, 1917 was made to look like it was filmed in a single shot. "It operates more like a ticking-clock thriller," says director Sam Mendes.
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Musicians perform a song from Slumdog Millionaire during the 81st Annual Academy Awards on Feb. 22, 2009, in Hollywood, Calif. The film won 8 Oscars including Best Picture that year — and had box office returns to show for it.
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Actor Kirk Douglas, shown above at 39, was born Issur Danielovitch in New York to Russian-Jewish parents. He would later tell his own children that they didn't have his "advantage of being born into abject poverty."
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