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    Joshua Oppenheimer's Documentary Manifesto

    The Oscar-nominated director and MacArthur Fellow says it's "idiocy" to think that people ever forget they're on camera.

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    'The Act of Killing' Director on Dreams, Recognition and Impact

    Joshua Oppenheimer, the director of Oscar-nominated documentary "The Act of Killing" and the upcoming "The Look of Silence" shares his thoughts on the role of the documentary filmmaker.

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    Joshua Oppenheimer Scores MacArthur Grant

    Director Joshua Oppenheimer is shaping up to be the world's next great documentary auteur, and he's now a MacArthur Fellow.

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    Joshua Oppenheimer, Alison Bechdel Named Among 2014 MacArthur Foundation Fellows

    The MacArthur Foundation does not accept applications for its Fellowship Program. A committee hand-picks the recipients each year.

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    The Best Documentaries at Toronto So Far

    The 2014 TIFF documentaries, for all their socially progressive virtues and occasionally virtuosic flourishes, echoed other movies—unavoidably, in some instances. There are only so many ways you can go with a certain topic; and if you’re selling ideas, style often gets in the way.

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    Review: 'The Look of Silence' is Joshua Oppenheimer's First-Rate Followup to 'The Act of Killing'

    Feeling the reverberations of the Indonesian genocide, a man confronts its perpetrators in this bold companion piece to "The Act of Killing."

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    Oppenheimer's 'Look of Silence' & Seidl's 'In the Basement' Shock Venice

    Two years ago, after the Berlinale premiere of Joshua Oppenheimer’s “The Act of Killing,” the audience sat silently, shocked and benumbed by what they’d seen. Thursday night’s public screening of his new film, “The Look of Silence,” brought a completely different kind of reaction to a nearly full Sa...

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