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    indieWIRE INTERVIEW: Barbara Kopple, co-director of "Shut Up & Sing"

    Barbara Kopple is anything but a stranger to the world of documentary film, having accomplished notoriety in the genre, directing "Harlan County, U.S.A.," which won the Academy Award for best documentary feature in 1977. Kopple again took the Oscar for best doc (shared with Arthur Cohn) in 1991 for ...

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    The Guardian: Choruses of disapproval at London Film Festival

    Popular music and politics have shared a long, often turbulent history. "From Strange Fruit," the anti-lynching song made famous by Billie Holiday, the civil rights hymn "We Shall Overcome," to the Specials' hit "Free Nelson Mandela," musicians have frequently proved irksome to governments by drawin...

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    A Measure of Success

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    the gotham awards

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    AWARDS WATCH: IFP Unveils Gotham Nominees: "The Departed," "Half Nelson," "Little Children," "Marie

    The Independent Feature Project (IFP) announced the nominees for its 16th Annual Gotham Awards fundraiser, unveiling a selection of films that may stun some observers. The nominating committee for the Gotham Award for best picture chose a list that includes an incredibly wide spectrum of films. Rang...

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    A Few Great Pumpkinsā€”First Night: The Fog

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    "Betelnut" and "Love Conquers All" Take Pusan Prizes; American Presence Slowly Increases

    Chinese director Heng Yang's "Betelnut" and Malaysian director Chui Mui Tan's "Love Conquers All" shared the Pusan International Film Festival's New Currents Best New Asian Filmmaker of the Year award, capping the 11th edition of the event in the Korean port city of the same name. In addition to its...

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    NEW THIS WEEK: "51 Birch Street" Bows; "Requiem," "Sleeping Dogs," "Jonestown" and More

    Hailed by New York Times film critic A.O. Scott this week as, "one of the most moving and fascinating documentaries I've seen this year," Doug Block's "51 Birch Street" seems to be off to a great start, particularly given the fact that the release was initiated by the filmmaker himself. The film deb...

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    A Goddaughter is Born

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