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Dylan's Nobel Prize; 'Desierto': an immigrant thriller; Amazon goes streaming

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Bob Dylan in 1965
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Bob Dylan in 1965

The New Yorker editor David Remick on Bob Dylan's literary cred; Jonás Cuarón explains why he made a movie about immigration as an action-thriller; Amazon wants your music streaming business; "A Nation Engaged": "Fresh Off the Boat" creator Nahnatchka Khan; Neon Trees singer Tyler Green comes out and leaves the Mormon church.

Filmmaker Jonás Cuarón's action-thriller "Desierto" which has an American vigilante hunting migrants on the US-Mexico border evokes the tension of Stephen Spielberg's 1971 movie "Duel."
Tyler Glenn's first solo album, “Excommunication," is inspired by his recent departure from the Mormon church due to his sexual orientation.
NPR and KPCC are looking at critical issues facing the nation before the presidential election. The Frame asked creators who work in arts and entertainment to weigh in on our nation's state of affairs.
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