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    WIth less than three weeks to Oscar night, it looks increasingly certain that this will be one of the most predictable ceremonies in some time. Various theories to the contrary aside, "The Artist" is winning best picture. Christopher Plummer and Octavia Spencer might as well start heading ...

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    INTERVIEW | "Hell and Back Again" Director Danfung Dennis on Capturing War and All That Comes After

    Award-winning war photographer Danfung Dennis had no intention of making a film when he embedded himself with troops in Afghanistan in 2009. Accredited as a New York Times photographer, Dennis dropped down in the war zone with body armor, a backpack and a camera to capture the battle from the front ...

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    REVIEW | Documentary "Hell and Back Again" is the Best War Movie of the Year

    There have been plenty of combat documentaries over the last 10 years, but photojournalist Danfung Dennis' "Hell and Back Again" adopts an original conceit. Dennis follows Marine Sgt. Nathan Harris, a gruff 25-year-old who was stationed in Afghanistan, during two seminal moments in his life. During ...

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    Sundance-winning "Hell and Back Again" Finds Home at New Video

    Danfung Dennis' Sundance Film Festival award-winning war doc "Hell and Back Again," has been acquired by New Video for North American distribution. The feature debut from Dennis chronicles the life of an injured Marine returning home from Afghanistan to his wife and everyday life. The company plans ...

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