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    Indiewire Picks 10 Films to Watch at DOC NYC

    Indiewire picks 10 films to watch at DOC NYC, New York's documentary film festival, which is being held from November 14-21, 2013.

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    How to Make a Doc about Your Family While Keeping Your Sanity

    Shawney Cohen, the director of "The Manor," which will screen at DOC NYC, provides tips on how to make a personal documentary without losing your sanity.

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    Watch: Michel Gondry Animates Words of Noam Chomsky in 'Is the Man Who is Tall Happy?' Trailer

    Ahead of its world premiere as the closing night selection of DOC NYC on November 21st, Sundance Selects has released the trailer for Michel Gondry's largely animated documentary "Is the Man Who is Tall Happy?"

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    DOC NYC Reveals 2013 Lineup; Errol Morris and Michel Gondry to Bookend Fest

    DOC NYC is set to mark its fourth annual return from November 14-21 at the IFC Center in Greenwich Village and Chelsea's SVA Theatre.

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    'Informant' and 'Radioman' Win Top Prizes As 3rd Annual DOC NYC Closes

    Following a week of over 100 films and events, the third edition of the ever-growing DOC NYC Festival came to a close Thursday night with a Closing Night screening of Ken Burns, Sarah Burns, and David McMahon's "The Central Park Five." But before the screening, Artistic Director Thom P...

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    The Police Guitarist Andy Summers Calls Keith Richards' Memoir "Awful" in Exclusive Interview

    Rock stars aren't known to always play nice, so in that respect The Police guitarist Andy Summers didn't disappoint during our exclusive chat with him in New York, the day "Can't Stand Losing You," a documentary on his life based on his 2007 hit memoir "One Train Later,&qu...

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    DOC NYC: The Police Guitarist Andy Summers On Getting the Doc Treatment in 'Can't Stand Losing You' and Why He'd "Entertain the Idea" of Touring Again With the Band

    In the DOC NYC documentary "Can't Stand Losing You," which had its world premiere Friday at the festival, The Police guitarist Andy Summers revisits the past he laid bare in his hit 2007 memoir "One Train Later." Coming on the heels of the band's massively successful worl...

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    DOC NYC Announces Full Lineup of Panelists and Jurors

    DOC NYC Announces Full Lineup of Panelists and Jurors

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    DOC NYC Reveals Full Lineup; 'Artifact' and 'Venus and Serena' to Open Fest

    The third edition of DOC NYC, New York's documentary film festival, will showcase a whopping 115 films and events. Opening night will kick off with the U.S. premiere of "Artifact," which follows Jared Leto's band Thirty Seconds to Mars as it battles a lawsuit against its record lab...

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    'The Central Park Five' to Close DOC NYC; Expanded 'Doc-A-Thon' Panel Line-Up Announced

    DOC NYC will close its third annual festival at the IFC Center this year with Ken Burns, Sarah Burns and David McMahon's documentary, "The Central Park Five," which tells the tale of five teens who were wrongfully imprisoned in the "Central Park jogger" rape case. After this ...

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