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    Catch Steve James' Doc 'The Interrupters' at Snag the Vote Online Screening Nov. 1

    Fans of documentary filmmaker Steve James who missed his hard-hitting 2011 work “The Interrupters” have a unique opportunity to catch the film, and James himself Nov. 1 as part of the 2012 Snag the Vote screening series. The film’s digital premiere will be streamed at 7 pm EST at S...

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    Meet SnagFilms Filmmakers: Can We Govern Ourselves? New Doc Investigates True Examples of Autonomy

    Despite numerous countries fighting for their freedoms, there are many entities today that exemplify autonomy. British documentarian Ivo Gormley's new documentary "Us Now" explores various real examples of self-government around the globe. The film is available to view now on SnagFilms (and below).

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    Meet SnagFilms Filmmakers: A Once Popular Race Track is Lost Over Time in New British Doc 'Dogs Gone'

    Jonathan Brind, a British journalist turned filmmaker, shows us the once very popular greyhound racing track, Walthamstow Dogs, and how it has not been able to keep up with the changing times in "Dogs Gone." The arena used to be filled to capacity and was renowned around the globe. However...

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    Meet SnagFilms Filmmakers: Take a Journey Down Under in New Feature Documentary 'The Dust Never Settles'

    Britsh filmmaker Jess Dickenson documents her transforming journey across the Outback in her new documentary, "The Dust Never Settles." What began as an experimental film project, ends up transforming Dickenson and encourages us to also get lost in the feeling of being completely separated...

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    Meet SnagFilms Filmmakers: A Video Game Enthusiast Takes a Pilgrimage to Japan in Spanish Doc 'Hobby'

    Spanish filmmaker Ciro Altabas finally manifested his love for video games in his new documentary "Hobby," about a journey to Japan to investigate the rise of video game fan culture. The expedition turned out to be one of the best times of his life as he realized his life long love of video games. T...

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    Meet SnagFilms Filmmakers: A Fashion Photographer Goes on the Hunt for a Beautiful Model in 'Mr. Lucke'

    Filmmaker Charles Unger went through a big foreign film phase in film school, which greatly inspired his next project. "The Idea of 'Mr. Lucke' came to me while watching 'L’Avventura' back on February 15, 1995. 'What about a simple story of a man chasing a woman.' ...

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    Dave Matthews Band's Boyd Tinsley On Why Making His Debut Feature 'Faces in the Mirror' Wasn't All That Different From Playing a Violin Solo

    In making his debut feature as a writer and producer, Boyd Tinsley of Dave Matthew Band chose to do things a little differently: he scored the film before penning the script. The result, "Faces in the Mirror," an experimental indie that's driven by a percussive score (recorded by Tinsley, his DMB ba...

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    Snag the Vote! SnagFilms Launches Free Online Documentary Film Festival to Prime Voters on the Big Issues

    View before you vote. SnagFilms hopes to help Americans educate themselves on the biggest issues facing the candidates and their constituents, so they've launched a comprehensive online film festival of documentaries that can be streamed for free through Election Day.

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    SnagFilms Acquires Award-Winning Docs 'The House I Live In,' 'Beware of Mr. Baker,' Six More

    SnagFilms has acquired domestic distribution rights to Eugene Jarecki’s documentary about the war on drugs “The House I Live In” and Jay Bulger’s Ginger Baker documentary “Beware of Mr. Baker.” Jarecki’s film won the grand jury prize at the 2012 Sundance Fil...

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    Rob Burnett Talks Entertainment and Technology: 8 Things You Need to Know

    From being the CEO of Worldwide Pants to Executive Producer of “The Late Show with David Letterman,” to being the producer of the hit TV series, “Ed” and even discovering some of today’s well known comedians and actors (Ray Romano, Craig Ferguson, Justin Long, Ginnifer ...

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