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    INTERVIEW: Chuck Workman gets to "The Source" in Beat Documentary

    INTERVIEW: Chuck Workman gets to "The Source" in Beat Documentary

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    INTERVIEW: Doc-making "On the Ropes" with Nanette Burstein and Brett Morgen: Part II, In a Theater

    INTERVIEW: Doc-making "On the Ropes" with Nanette Burstein and Brett Morgen: Part II, In a Theater Near You?

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    INTERVIEW: Doc-Making "On the Ropes" with Nanette Burstein and Brett Morgen: Part I, Butting Heads,

    INTERVIEW: Doc-Making "On the Ropes" with Nanette Burstein and Brett Morgen: Part I, Butting Heads, Blow-Ups, and Big Deals

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    INTERVIEW: Reed Paget Risks Life and Film with "Amerikan Passport"

    INTERVIEW: Reed Paget Risks Life and Film with "Amerikan Passport"

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    INTERVIEWS: "Head On" with Anna Kokkinos: On Greeks, Queers, and Aussies

    INTERVIEWS: "Head On" with Anna Kokkinos: On Greeks, Queers, and Aussies

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    INTERVIEW: Sir Producer Puttnam's "Life So Far"

    INTERVIEW: Sir Producer Puttnam's "Life So Far"

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    INTERVIEW: 100% Uncut Irvine Welsh on "The Acid House"

    INTERVIEW: 100% Uncut Irvine Welsh on "The Acid House"

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    INTERVIEW: Double Threat: the Polish Brothers' Directing, Writing, Starring Debut, "Twin Falls Idaho

    INTERVIEW: Double Threat: the Polish Brothers' Directing, Writing, Starring Debut, "Twin Falls Idaho"

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    Yugoslav Filmmakers Fight A Different War: Speaking with Goran Paskaljevic and Srdjan Dragojevic

    "In my country, there are no happy endings," says Goran Paskaljevic, the acclaimed director of "Cabaret Balkan," one of three Yugoslav movies hitting American shores with a sobering vengeance this season. Next week, Srdjan Dragojevic's "The Wounds" opens in Boston, followed by the release of Emir Kusturica's long-awaited "Black Cat, White Cat" in the Fall (after being pushed back several times by distributor-in-transition USA Films.) These are three very different movies by three very different Yugoslavian directors, offering a heavy dose of pain, parody, and cinematic achievement -- humanizi...

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    INTERVIEW: Coming Up "Rosie" with Patrice Toye

    INTERVIEW: Coming Up "Rosie" with Patrice Toye

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