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    For Your Consideration: A Mid-November Stab at Oscar Predictions

    It has been six weeks since this column last took a look at what might be materializing in this year's Oscar race, and let's be honest - not a whole lot has changed. At that point, a sextet of films that had screened to Oscar worthy acclaim in the first half of the year - "Inception," "The Kids Are ...

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    Director Takes a "Fresh" Look at Reinventing Our Food System

    With her documentary "Fresh" - a call to change how our food system works - Ana Sofia Joanes has employed an innovative distribution strategy to get her film seen. Rather than rely on a distribution company, Joanes is counting on the public to spread the world and host screenings by purchasing a scr...

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    Doc Director Tells a Coming of Age Tale Under Communism in "Disco and the Atomic War"

    This interview was originally published during SnagFilms' second annual SummerFest, a free online festival showcasing exclusive, limited-duration runs of popular new documentaries. "Disco and the Atomic War" opens in New York this Friday, November 12.

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    Ondi Timoner and Bjorn Lomborg Tell the World to "Cool It"

    Sundance Award-winning filmmaker Ondi Timoner switched things up a bit for her latest documentary "Cool It," which hits theaters this Friday, November 12. It marks the first time the director of "DiG!" and "Join Us" shot without securing funds in advance.

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    AFI 2010 Mid-Fest Report: Lynch, Sorkin, Garfield, and a Trio of Breakthrough Films

    David Lynch answered questions submitted via twitter in between a double feature of "Eraserhead" and "Sunset Blvd." Aaron Sorkin drew parallels between "The Social Network" and "All the President's Men" before screening the latter. In a roundtable discussion on acting, Andrew Garfield said he's going to approach the new "Spiderman" project by pretending it's just a cool little short directed by a really good friend. And up-and-coming directors Oren Kaplan, Nick Simon, and Ava DuVernay greeted standing room only audiences at the world and west coast premieres of their films. All of these moments took place in Hollywood, California during ...

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    Takashi Doscher & Alex Shofner Take a "Fighting Chance"

    This interview was originally published during SnagFilms' second annual SummerFest, where Taskashi Doscher and Alex Shofner's "A Fighting Chance" had its world premiere. "A Fighting Chance" plays tonight at 7pm on ESPN2.

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    "Apocalypse" and "Donor" World Premieres Shine at High-Spirited 2010 Sheffield Doc/Fest

    Though the Sheffield Doc/Fest has announced that it will be moving its dates to June next year due to the crowded slate of European doc fests in the fall, the fest's last November installment still had a lot going for it. Just wrapping up yesterday, the fest boasted a series of world premieres and a healthy dose of mentoring and pitching. The festival, which has rapidly grown from being primarily an industry networking event with a film festival has grown into an incredibly important event for projects-in-development to get funding and resources, a localized point for industry networking and mentoring, and a chance for industry professional...

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    Franco, Joan Rivers, Sally Hawkins, DOC NYC: This Week a Picture is Worth a Thousand Words

    With awards season fast approaching, this week saw a number of familiar faces popping up at parties, film festivals, screenings and lunches in the U.S. and abroad.

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    The 25 Best Road Trip Movies

    What is it about the road trip that lends itself so well to cinema? Looking down the entries to the genre, some of our very favorite films of all time qualify as part of one of the oldest tropes in the movies, and today's release of Todd Phillips' "Due Date" confirms, if confirmat...

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    FUTURES | "Aardvark" Director Kitao Sakurai

    This weekend at AFI FEST in Los Angeles, American audiences will get their first opportunity to take in Kitao Sakurai's "Aardvark." Already a staple of the European festival circuit after premiering in Locarno this summer, the film uniquely portrays the real-life relationship between a blind man re...

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