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International Documentary Film Festival Amsterdam (IDFA)

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    Top Dozen Documentary Film Festivals: Up Next, Hot Docs and Full Frame

    With the Full Frame Documentary Film Festival announcing its 2014 lineup of Tribute and Thematic Program films, we put together a compendium of the top dozen must-attend doc fests around the country.

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    Why the Antidote to Oscar Season Is a Pair of Documentary Festivals In The Netherlands And Denmark

    IDFA offers an ideal window into the expansive possibilities of the documentary form, but it's not alone.

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    A Teen Helps Syrian Rebels From the U.S., But Can She Carry A Movie? '#chicagoGirl' Attempts It

    The role of social media in fueling the Arab Spring has been a crucial aspect of its progress, so it was only a matter of time before somebody made a documentary about it.

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    Is Nelson Mandela Overrated? New Documentary 'A Letter to Nelson Mandela' Makes the Case

    With Nelson Mandela apparently at death's door and the biopic "Mandela: Long Walk to Freedom" revving up for Oscar season with a recent White House screening, widespread veneration for South Africa's iconic leader has arguably never been higher. So Khalo Matabane's diary-like documentary "A Letter t...

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    IDFA Names Special Jury Award After Late Peter Wintonick

    The International Documentary Festival Amsterdam (IDFA) has announced that they will present an extra award in memory of the late Peter Wintonick -- who had hosted the popular "IDFA talkshow" at the festival -- this year.

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    Why Lamb Of God Documentary 'As the Palaces Burn' Isn't Just For Metalheads

    "As the Palaces Burn" foregrounds deep-seated anguish and finds the tenderness at its core.

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    Review: Dutch Documentary 'Don't Leave Me' Is the Best Buddy Comedy In Years

    If Jim Jarmusch made a movie about two alcoholic friends hanging out in the woods, it might look something like the Dutch documentary "Don't Leave Me."

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    Moving Or Offensive? Henry Corra's New Cancer Documentary 'Farewell to Hollywood' Is Both

    Alternately confounding, upsetting and riddled with grief at every turn, "Farewell to Hollywood" is certainly the most paradoxical moviegoing experience I've endured this year.

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    Review: Gorgeous 'Song From the Forest' Tracks How Louis Sarno Joined a Pygmy Tribe, Started A Family And Returned to New York

    In the eighties, Louis Sarno visited the remote Bayaka Pygmy clan in the Central African Republic to record their unique music; with time, he settled among them, married a member of the tribe and started a family. Here's what happened next.

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