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    'Life Itself' Director Steve James Gets Up Close with Roger Ebert at the End of His Life (Exclusive Video)

    Roger Ebert and his wife Chaz enthusiastically embraced the idea of a documentary of his memoir "Life Itself," and wanted Chicago filmmaker Steve James, whose "Hoop Dreams" Ebert had discovered at Sundance some 20 years ago, to direct it. James found himself in an unusual situation as Ebert's heal...

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    'The Great Invisible' Director Margaret Brown: 'Nothing Has Changed' Since Deepwater Horizon Oil Spill

    The director of the SXSW-winning documentary explains why the damage done by BP and Transocean could happen again.

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    Watch: Five of Seattle's Best Buskers Help You 'Find Your Way' in Exclusive Trailer

    This film promises to "change the way you think about creativity in our culture."

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    International Documentary Association Nominations Impact the Oscar Shortlist

    The International Documentary Association Award nominations have influence on the doc Oscar race. Several key contenders did not land feature nominations.

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    Crowdfund This: Doc 'The Lady Who Swings The Band' on Jazz Pioneer Mary Lou Williams (1 Day Left)

    From filmmaker Carol Bash comes a feature length documentary on Mary Lou Williams, noted jazz pianist, composer and arranger, whose story has been largely unknown until now.

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    Review: Why Margaret Brown's 'The Great Invisible' Matters

    Our mediated culture is obsessed with the tragedy of right now. But director Margaret Brown is interested in the long-term story of the Deepwater Horizon disaster.

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