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International Documentary Film Festival Amsterdam (IDFA)

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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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    Review: Groundbreaking Perspective of Syrian Civil War Reveals Dire Situation In IDFA Opener 'Return to Homs'

    Talal Derki's "Return to Homs," which opened the 25th edition of the International Documentary Film Festival Amsterdam on Wednesday, is something of a revelation: It portrays the Syrian struggle from the inside.

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    IDFA Announces 2013 Lineup

    The International Documentary Film Festival in Amsterdam (IDFA) announced their 2013 lineup. The festival will screen a total of 288 films and over a 100 will be premieres.

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    IDFA Announces 2013 Selection: New Section Devoted to Voices from Southeast Asia

    International Documentary Film Festival (IDFA) has just unveiled their lineup of films to be shown at the 2013 edition of the cinematic gathering, which is set to occur from November 20 through December 1. Having received more than 3,000 submissions, the program will consist of a total of 288 titles...

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    So What Happens When You Make a Fake North Korean Propaganda Film?

    From consumerism to Columbus Day to celebrity culture, the film "Propaganda" slices open contemporary Western culture for its rewriting of history and its imperialist and corporatist policies.

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    Docs to Watch in 2013: IDFA Showcases Next Year's Crop -- 'I Am Breathing,' 'Winter Nomads,' 'Propaganda' & More

    The International Documentary Festival Amsterdam, or IDFA, piles a selection of the year’s docs into a window in mid-November--this year during its recently-wrapped 25th edition. The films are not all new, but enough of them are being seen for the first time that IDFA becomes a showcase for next yea...

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