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    Why Alan Berliner Watches His Film With An Audience Every Chance He Gets

    Alan Berliner, director of "First Cousin Once Removed" explains why he relishes the opportunity to watch his films with an audience.

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    Project of the Day: In 'My Son,' a Bullied Boy Asks His Father 'Did I Let You Down?'

    A family implodes when a father discovers that his young son won't grow up to be the man he expects.

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    Dolby Family Sound Fellowship Provides First-Ever Grant to Mike Cahill's 'I Origins' Which Will Debut at Sundance

    The Dolby Institute has partnered with the Ray and Dagmar Dolby Family Fund to create the Dolby Family Sound Fellowship, a direct grant to a filmmaker to use in postproduction for a feature film project -- either narrative or documentary -- that uses sound as a storytelling tool. The first-ever winn...

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    Project of the Day: 'Sons of Guns' Must Contend with a Crazy Gun Collector

    3 dysfunctional siblings find a cache of guns in their deceased dad's possessions, things get strange when a crazy gun collector shows up!

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    Project of the Day: HIV+ Men Retire to the Desert in 'Desert Migration'

    The story of men who rolled back the stone of AIDS and came out of the cave, into the desert. Literally.

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    Project of the Day: 'Florence' Is about a Self-Deluded Young Woman

    A self-deluded young woman reappears in her hometown, throwing life out of balance for her younger sister.

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    Vote for Project of the Week! Will It Be 'Havana,' 'Gaga,' 'Sleepwalkers' or 'Twenty-Four'?

    Vote below for this week's Project of the Week.

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    Cara Mertes, Head of Ford Foundation's JustFilms, Explains Why Thinking about Impact Will Make Your Doc Better. Yes, Really!

    Earlier this year, it was announced that Cara Mertes would be leaving her job at the Sundance Institute to take over for Orlando Bagwell at Ford Foundation's JustFilms. In a world where foundations are more and more important financial resources for documentary filmmakers and "impact" is the buzzwo...

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    Nicolas Winding Refn Opens Up About His Failures: 'I've come to realize I'm probably not the world's greatest filmmaker'

    This year has been a contentious one for Nicolas Winding Refn. Two years after his previous film, "Drive," was a sensation at Cannes, and garnered him a director's prize, his latest film, "Only God Forgives," had a much rockier reception on the TK. This might be why the Danish director was especiall...

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    Watch: James Toback, Alex Gibney, Lucy Walker and Other Documentarians Tell the Truth About Documentaries

    The Hollywood Reporter held its first ever documentary directors roundtable which included Alex Gibney ("The Armstrong Lie"), Errol Morris ("The Unknown Known"), Morgan Neville ("20 Feet From Stardom"), Teller (" Tim's Vermeer"), James Toback ("Seduced and Abandoned"), and Lucy Walker ("The Crash Re...

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