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    Watch: 'Hoop Dreams' and 'Thin Blue Line' Headline SundanceNow Doc Club's 'Documentary Essentials'

    A newly remastered HD version of "Hoop Dreams" is one of seven documentary titles that make up SundanceNow Doc Club's September collection.

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    Watch: First Clip From Joshua Oppenheimer’s Venice-Premiering Doc ‘The Look of Silence’

    Here’s three things that you need to know about director Joshua Oppenheimer, an American filmmaker who’s based in Copenhagen, Denmark: 1.) He directed the widely beloved “The Act of Killing,” a documentary routinely found on many year-end best-of lists in 2013. 2.) Documentary luminaries like Werner...

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    Drafthouse and Participant Media Pick Up 'Act of Killing' Follow-Up 'Look of Silence' Before Venice Debut

    Ahead of its world premiere at the Venice International Film Festival, Austin-based Drafthouse Films and Participant Media are picking up U.S. rights to Joshua Oppenheimer's "The Look of Silence," the director's follow-up to Oscar-nominated "The Act of Killing," which Drafthouse also released. "The ...

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    Sight & Sound Picks 50 Best Docs of All Time

    BFI's 'Sight & Sound magazine'--which for years has conducted a poll of the 50 greatest films of all time--has released the results of its inaugural poll to crown the greatest documentary of all time.

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    'Man With A Movie Camera' Tops Sight & Sound's List Of Best Documentaries Of All Time

    Two years after shaking up the chin-stroking world of cinephiles, when the results of their once-every-decade Greatest Films Of All Time list knocked Orson Welles' "Citizen Kane" off the top spot, with Alfred Hitchcock's "Vertigo" taking its place, Sight & Sound is back with another list, that proba...

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    WATCH: [And Weep] As the Film Industry Remembers the Late Roger Ebert, Beloved 'Soldier of Cinema' in "Life Itself" Trailer

    It's about time Magnolia released a trailer for "Life Itself." Marketing strategies aside Ebert's memory belongs just as much to filmgoers as it does to the film industry.

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    Review: Errol Morris' Donald Rumsfeld Doc 'The Unknown Known' Both Insightful & Unsatisfying

    As we inch towards another potential war in the Middle East, the last couple are still being pored over by filmmakers. We’re still likely some time away from the definitive takes on the wars in Iraq and Afghanistan, but we have seen a few solid films telling those stories in the last decade or so, a...

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