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Hot Docs: ‘The Walrus and the Whistleblower’ Wins Top Audience Award

Nathalie Bibeau's 'The Walrus and the Whistleblower,' about a former trainer at Marineland in Niagara Falls turned whistleblower, on Sunday picked up the top Audience Award at the Hot Docs Canadian International Film Festival, which was forced online this year by the novel coronavirus pandemic.

Delayed Hot Docs Partners With CBC on Virtual Fest

The Hot Docs Canadian International Documentary Festival on Monday became the latest marquee film event to see the light of day online amid the coronavirus pandemic.

10 of Hollywood’s Most Memorable Commencement Speeches

Movie stars, talk show hosts and a COO are among those who've given commencement speeches in recent years.

All Five Former Presidents Appear Together at Hurricane-Relief Concert

Jimmy Carter, Bill Clinton, Barack Obama, George W. Bush and George H.W. Bush came together onstage in College Station, Texas, to unite the country after the recent storms.

George W. Bush Condemns Trump-Era America: “Bigotry Seems Emboldened”

The 43rd president, who has remained largely silent during the current president's unlikely rise to power, did not name Trump on Thursday, but he attacked some of the principles that define Trump's political brand.

Former Presidents to Host Hurricane Relief Concert

Barack Obama, George W. Bush, Bill Clinton, George H.W. Bush and Jimmy Carter will all attend the event, featuring performances from Alabama, Lyle Lovett and others.

Fox News Hires Ari Fleischer as Contributor

The former Bush White House press secretary will offer "strategic communications and political analysis."

George W. Bush Can’t Remember Whether He or ‘SNL’ Came Up With “Strategery”

The former president recalls a funny conversation he had with Lorne Michaels about Will Ferrell's impression of him.

George W. Bush Defends Media as Check on Leaders: “Power Can Be Addictive”

The former president, who remained mostly silent during the 2016 presidential election, sat down for a wide-ranging interview on NBC's 'Today' show on Monday morning.

2005: While Stars Like Ben Affleck and Jennifer Garner Aided Katrina Victims, Kanye Stole the Show

"George Bush doesn't care about black people," said the rapper, going off-script during a telethon segment with Mike Myers. Though he was cut off, the words went live and overshadowed a celeb panel (Bruce Willis, Benicio Del Toro) fielding phone calls, a performance by U2 and $30 million raised.

Horatio Sanz: “Conservative” ‘SNL’ May Have Helped George W. Bush Get Elected

"The message of the show has become less about these leftist politics and more just about being popular," says Sanz.