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    Here's How to Make a Career in Documentary Filmmaking

    Last week, the International Documentary Association and the Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences hosted a conference for documentary filmmakers in Los Angeles appropriately titled "Getting Real." Here's what we learned.

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    TCM Announces 'Oscar,' New Documentary on History of the Academy Awards, to Premiere in February 2014

    As part of TCM's annual "31 Days of Oscar" showcase in February of 2014, the network will present the world premiere of brand-new documentary "Oscar," which traces the history of the Academy Awards.

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    Sundance Institute Adds Ava DuVernay, Rob Epstein, Nadine Schiff and Liesl Tommy as New Trustees

    The Sundance Institute has announced four new members of their Board of Trustees: Ava DuVernay, Rob Epstein, Nadine Schiff and Liesl Tommy.

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    Lovelace

    The 1970s recreation is remarkably good, from costuming and often-hilarious hairstyles... to the details of shooting a porno film—on film. Storytelling also benefits from Stephen Trask's subtly effective score.

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    Sundance Review Roundup: Tame 'Lovelace' Goes Down Too Smooth

    "Lovelace," Rob Epstein and Jeffrey Friedman's portrait of the personal life of "Deep Throat" porn star Linda Lovelace (Amanda Seyfried), isn't impressing the critics. While the occasional review finds Seyfried and co-star Peter Sarsgaard's performances to be engaging, most deem the actors' talents ...

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    Vintage Style 'Deep Throat' Poster With Amanda Seyfried Plus 2 New Images From 'Lovelace'

    Usually, it's only big budget blockbusters that court the press while the cameras are rolling on their films as part of a carefully scaled marketing campaign, but rarely does that extend to indies, mostly because the budgets and time simply don't allow for it. But that certainly isn't th...

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