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Morgan Spurlock

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    LAFF: 'Short Term 12,' 'Crash Reel,' Indiewire Influencers Rock the Regal

    I'm getting used to schlepping downtown on Olympic to LAFF and laying down my 8 bucks for parking at LA Live. The theaters at Regal Cinemas were packed for two fest hits, Destin Cretton's SXSW prize-winner "Short Term 12" and Lucy Walker's Sundance entry "Crash Reel," which brought a standing ovatio...

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    Michael Moore, Alex Gibney and Morgan Spurlock Convene for Groundbreaking of New Documentary-Only Theater in NYC

    Acclaimed documentary filmmakers Michael Moore, Alex Gibney and Morgan Spurlock joined together on Tuesday morning with top New York City officials to celebrate the groundbreaking for the Downtown Community Television Center's brand new documentary-only theater. The 73 seat, digital cinema will be t...

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    Watch: Morgan Spurlock Gets Intimate With One Direction in '1D3D' Trailer

    Why Academy Award-nominee Morgan Spurlock directed the One Direction 3D movie, "1D3D," we don't know. Maybe it's because the "Super Size Me" helmer is one of the few doc filmmakers the UK boy band's fan base is aware of (ask any thirteen year old girl to name another doc director and you probably wo...

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    Morgan Spurlock Finds A Project More Punishing Than A Month Of McDonalds: Directing The 'One Direction' Movie

    If you needed any further evidence that Morgan Spurlock has slid from somebody who perhaps had an interesting viewpoint on modern contemporary life to a man who is churning out doc shlock, here it is: he'll be directing the One Direction 3D concert movie.

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    Sundance Institute Teams with Todd Oldham for Exclusive Line of Products; John Waters, Susan Sarandon and Parker Posey to Contribute Designs

    Sundance Institute announced today that they will be teaming up with artist and designer Todd Oldham to produce a custom line of limited-edition recycled bags and wallets, as well as accessories and apparel, exclusively for the 2013 Sundance Film Festival.

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    Morgan Spurlock Is The 'Inside Man' At CNN

    Since his debut with 2004’s “Super Size Me,” Morgan Spurlock has become a fixture in the documentary scene. Despite having a busy year -- “Comic-Con Episode IV: A Fan’s Hope” officially saw release this past spring and “Mansome” premiered at Tribeca --...

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    Morgan Spurlock Heads to CNN With New Weekend Series 'Inside Man'

    The insanely prolific Morgan Spurlock has already had two documentaries in theaters this year -- "Comic-Con Episode IV: A Fan's Hope" and "Mansome" -- while producing and hosting a second season of his Hulu show "A Day in the Life" as well as his Yahoo web series &q...

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    'Mansome' Director Morgan Spurlock Talks VOD Vs Theatrical and Why Christopher J. Christie Needs to Lose Some Weight

    Documentary funnyman (and Academy Award nominee) Morgan Spurlock has had a tough run of late in theaters. Ever since his debut "Super Size Me" become a high-grossing indie phenomenon (it made North of $11 million domestically), Spurlock has seen his theatrical stock drop with each subsequent release...

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    Morgan Spurlock Creates Warpaint, A Commercial Company for Filmmakers

    Warrior Poets and Snoot Entertainment, the production companies of Morgan Spurlock ("The Greatest Movie Ever Sold," "Super Size Me") and Keith Calder ("The Greatest Movie Ever Sold," "The Wackness"), have teamed to form Warpaint, a commercial production compan...

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    Tribeca Review: Morgan Spurlock's Crowd-Pleasing 'Mansome' Is Cute, But Unilluminating

    What makes a man shave his chest? Sport a hirsute, ridiculously long and absurd-looking beard? Bleach his anus, thread his eyebrows or play around with his facial hair in any number of manscaping ways? These are some of the questions posed in Morgan Spurlock's latest cheery and congenial documentary...

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