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Filmmaker Toolkit: Documentaries

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    Adrian Grenier and Josh Zeman Team Up to Embark on a Quest to Find the 'Loneliest Whale in the World'

    The "Entourage" star hit up Times Square on Friday to help fund his Moby Dick dream.

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    Barbara Kopple on 'Hot Type' and Why Being a Documentary Filmmaker is Easier Than Ever

    The double Academy Award-winner talks about her latest project and how easy it is to make documentaries now that it's no longer a dirty word.

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    San Francisco Film Society Announces Finalists for 2015 Documentary Film Fund

    The awards total more than $75,000. Congrats to these filmmakers!

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    Exclusive: 'Dangerous Documentaries' Report Highlights Risks

    Assembled by American University's Center for Media & Social Impact, this report emphasizes the importance of risk management in documentary filmmaking.

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    Reality Checks: Here Are the Most Exciting Documentaries of the Year So Far

    The lineups for True/False and MOMA's Documentary Fortnight provide a distinct window into the the state of non-fiction cinema as art.

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    This Kurt Vonnegut Jr. Documentary Has Taken 33 Years...And It's Not Done Yet

    "Everyone's made such a big fuss about 'Boyhood.' I really loved it, but when I saw it, I thought 'man, I'd give anything to just take 12 years to make a movie."

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    Sundance: Is it Documentary or Journalism?

    When does documentary filmmaking veer into journalism? A panel at Sundance weighed the question.

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    '20 Feet From Stardom' Director Morgan Neville Returns to Sundance with 'Best of Enemies'

    When Morgan Neville's "20 Feet from Stardom" premiered at Sundance 2013, it was a instant hit and became the first film at the festival to find distribution. It went on to win the Academy Award for Best Documentary in 2014. Neville returns to Sundance with his first film since "20 Feet" and he's pre...

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