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Leaders, risk-takers, visionaries ... iconoclasts. The popular Sundance Channel series celebrates the extraordinary personalities in disciplines as varied as art, cinema, music, cuisine, sports, science, business and philanthropy, with each episode pairing two talents from entirely unlike worlds who shed a light on their unique experiences and inspirations. Featured twosomes have included Charlize Theron and Jane Goodall, Mario Batali and Michael Stipe, Brian Grazer and Sumner Redstone, Renee Zellweger and Christiane Amanpour, Paul Simon and Lorne Michaels, Dave Chappelle and Maya Angelou, Sean Penn and Jon Krakauer, Desmond Tutu and Richard Branson, and Venus Williams and Wyclef Jean.

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Chuck Close with David Blaine.
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Cameron Diaz; Cameron Sinclair.
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Musician Wynton Marsalis and chef John Besh reflect upon the importance of the city of New Orleans in their life and work.
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Producer Norman Lear and Starbucks Chairman Howard Schultz discuss creative entrepreneurship.
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Alicia Keys and Ruby Dee walk through Harlem.
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Actor Sean Penn and best-selling author Jon Krakauer.
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Filmmaker Quentin Tarantino and musician Fiona Apple talk about movies and music.

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