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    25th Anniversary Season of POV Includes 'My Reincarnation,' 'Nostalgia for the Light,' 'Give Up Tomorrow'

    POV announced its 2012 season today, celebrating 25 years on PBS with a lineup that includes such acclaimed nonfiction films as "Nostalgia for the Light," "The City Dark" and "Give Up Tomorrow." The award-winning documentary series, which has attracted some ire from fil...

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    WGA Announces Best Screenplay Nominees

    The WGA has announced the nominees for its 2012 awards. The Original Screenplay category rewarded films that leaned toward comedy, while the Adapted Screenplay features a number of Oscar Best Picture frontrunners.

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    Honor Roll 2011 | An Eternal Memory: Patricio Guzmán Talks "Nostalgia for the Light"

    Patricio Guzmán came into prominence in the 1970s with "The Battle of Chile," his epic documentary trilogy recounting Pinochet’s coup to power. The film established the director as one of the leading voices in a new boom of Latin American Cinema, an independent movement of pol...

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    INTERVIEW | Patricio Guzmán: "Television has stagnated, while the documentary has evolved"

    Currently the subject of a week-long retrospective (April 1-7) at Brooklyn's BAM Cinematek, Patricio Guzmán came into prominence in the 1970s with “The Battle of Chile,” his epic documentary trilogy recounting Pinochet’s coup to power. The film established him as one of the leading voices in a boom ...

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    INTERVIEW | An Eternal Memory: Patricio Guzmán's "Nostalgia for the Light"

    Patricio Guzmán came into prominence in the 1970s with "The Battle of Chile," his epic documentary trilogy recounting Pinochet’s coup to power. The film established the director as one of the leading voices in a new boom of Latin American Cinema, an independent movement of politically active and soc...

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    Boulder Film Festival Locks Down Lineup, Franco & Stone

    The 7th annual Boulder International Film Festival unveiled its 54 film lineup, including the event's opener, Morgan Neville's musical documentary "Troubadours," which recently world premiered at Sundance.

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    "Silent Souls" Impresses in Abu Dhabi

    Aleksei Fedorchenko's festival staple "Silent Souls" continued its strong run by picking up Best Narrative Film at the Abu Dhabi Film Festival's 2010 Black Pearl Awards in October. The Russian drama was awarded with a $100,000 prize on behalf of the festival, as was "Here Comes the Rain," from direc...

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    European Film Academy's Doc Nominations

    The European Film Academy (EFA) has made their nomination picks for their documentary category. Janus Metz's "Armadillo," Patricio Guzman's "Nostalgia for the Light," and "Steam of Life," from directors Joonas Berghall and Mika Hotakainen round out the three nominees.

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    Cannes Doc "Nostalgia" Goes to Icarus

    Patricio Guzmán’s documentary "Nostalgia for the Light," which had its world premiere at this year's Cannes Film Festival, has been acquired by Icarus Films for North American release. Icarus is planning for an early 2011 theatrical release, following its North American premiere on September 13 at t...

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