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Tabloid

  • The Playlist  News

    Drew Taylor's Favorite Films Of 2011

    2011 was undoubtedly the year of Terrence Malick's "Tree of Life." It just wasn't for me. After winning the Palme d'Or on the same day that I saw the movie, I was left feeling baffled. Like I had missed something.

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  • The Playlist  News

    Joyce McKinney Sues Errol Morris Over ‘Tabloid’

    Well, she’s been threatening it for months now (but with her, how do you know what she’ll actually do?), but it’s actually come to pass: Joyce McKinney, the subject of Errol Morris’ outstandingly odd “Tabloid,” is suing the director for, among many other things, “likeness, defamation, misrepresentation, fraud, intentional infliction of emotional distress and breach of contract.” “Tabloid” is the story of McKinney’s life, specifically an incident in 1977 when she flew to England to retrieve her boyfriend, who was on missionary work for the Mormon church and who claimed, late...

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  • Indiewire  News

    Box Office: Sarah Palin and Errol Morris Open Opposite "Potter;" "Paris" Becomes Woody's Top Grosser

    While the final "Harry Potter" broke essentially every record in the book this weekend, an unlikely trio of Sarah Palin, Errol Morris and Wayne Wang proved the film's main indie opener alternatives. According to estimates, Palin doc "The Undefeated," Morris' "Tabloid" and Wang's "Snow Flower and the...

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  • Indiewire  News

    Errol Morris' "Tabloid" Goes to Sundance Selects

    Sundance Selects has acquired North American rights to Errol Morris' latest documentary "Tabloid," which was named as one of the top five undistributed films of 2010 in indieWIRE's Annual Critics Survey. The company plans to play the film at key festivals before a theatrical and VOD rollout this sum...

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  • Indiewire  Reviews

    REVIEW | Weird, Familiar and Out of Control: Errol Morris's "Tabloid"

    The enjoyably wacky scenario of Errol Morris's "Tabloid" is cookie-cutter material for the documentarian, but Morris wields his cookie cutter like a pro. Doing penance for the grim, sterile polemics of "Standard Operating Procedure," Morris bounces back with the sort of phenomenally surreal weird-bu...

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