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    Indiewire Podcast: The Best Movies at True/False

    Plus: Should we care about the recent "Ghostbusters" news?

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    How True/False Challenges the Way We See Documentary Films

    The latest edition of the Missouri gathering offered a fresh perspective on non-fiction cinema.

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    Joshua Oppenheimer's Documentary Manifesto

    The Oscar-nominated director and MacArthur Fellow says it's "idiocy" to think that people ever forget they're on camera.

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    Daily Reads: 'The Hunt for Red October' at 25, a Day at a Porn Film Festival and More

    Plus: the greatness of True/False Film Festival, and how "The Newsroom" stuck up for civil discourse.

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    True/False Film Festival Announces 2015 Lineup

    The Missouri-set non-fiction festival begins March 5 and features such titles as Alex Gibney's Scientology documentary "Going Clear."

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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 True/False Is One of the Most Vital Festivals In America

    Now in its 11th year, the True/False Film Festival — which concluded Sunday in this sleepless Mid-western college town — is the ultimate rejoinder to winter doldrums and existential concerns about the state of film culture.

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    True/False Review: Robert Greene's Mesmerizing 'Actress' Features a Disgruntled Actress-Turned-Housewife Facing Life After 'The Wire'

    "Brandy Burre is Actress," reads the opening credit of Robert Greene’s aptly titled documentary "Actress," setting the stage for a movie wholly consumed by the dominance of that single, hypnotizing presence. Burre, a once promising thespian who abandoned a role on HBO’s “The Wire” to start a family ...

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