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    Why Alan Berliner Watches His Film With An Audience Every Chance He Gets

    Alan Berliner, director of "First Cousin Once Removed" explains why he relishes the opportunity to watch his films with an audience.

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    Review: Devastating and Philosophical, Alan Berliner's Alzheimer's Portrait 'First Cousin Once Removed' Is His Best Movie

    Documentarian Alan Berliner is frequently the focus of his movies, but his intentions extend beyond his neuroses. Rather than the star of the show, he's a vessel for bigger ideas and evades the perils of self-indulgence that could result from putting himself in front of the camera. Case in point: "F...

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    5 Best Bets on TV This Week: Michael J. Fox and Joss Whedon Return to the Small Screen With New Shows

    Sure, Sunday tends to be overcrowded with high-end TV, including "Breaking Bad," "Boardwalk Empire," the returning "Homeland" and "Eastbound and Down" and more, but what to watch the rest of the time? Every Monday, we bring you five noteworthy highlights from the other six days of the week.

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    14 Films We've Already Reviewed at SXSW 2013

    Indiewire is heading down to Austin today for the kickoff of 2013's SXSW Film Festival, which starts today and goes until Saturday, March 16th. While we've already chronicled ten films that we can't wait to see for the first time, the packed slate of exciting films also brings a ton of already estab...

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    NYFF Review: Devastating and Philosophical, Alan Berliner's Alzheimer's Portrait 'First Cousin Once Removed' Is His Best Movie

    Documentarian Alan Berliner is frequently the star of his movies, but his focus extends beyond his neuroses. Rather than the star of the show, he's a vessel for bigger ideas, and evades the perils of self-indulgence that could result from putting himself in front of the camera by foregrounding theme...

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