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    Sundance Woman Directors: Meet Tracy Droz Tragos

    "Rich Hill is our family hometown, and over the years it has fallen on hard times. We wanted to tell the stories of families living there who [seemed] to us largely ignored and clearly facing a lot of challenges."

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    Sundance Review: 'Mr. leos caraX' Is a Slick DVD Bonus Feature About the Elusive Filmmaker

    Tessa Louise-Salomé’s “Mr. leos caraX” doesn’t evade the self-congratulatory aspect of exploring an artist at work, but it remains a mesmerizing experience thanks to the appeal of modern cinema's most enigmatic auteur.

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    Sundance Review: Jerry Sandusky Went to Jail. Then What? Penn State's Future Is Focus of Amir Bar-Lev's 'Happy Valley'

    "Happy Valley" magnifies the impact of Sandusky's downfall on the various members of the Penn State community, aiming less to extend the public narrative than to deepen it.

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    Sundance Review: Fela Kuti's Wild Life of Sex, Drugs, and Afrobeat Takes Center Stage in 'Finding Fela'

    "Finding Fela," prolific documentarian Alex Gibney’s latest work, faces the challenge of depicting a contradictory artist.

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    Sundance Review: Katie Couric-Produced Obesity Doc 'Fed Up' Hits the Mark

    The activist documentary "Fed Up" relays its message with the directness of a well-thrown dart: There is a public menace that threatens the children, threatens the future prosperity of the country and threatens you. The target of these accusations is sugar — specifically its pervasiveness in our foo...

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    Sundance Review: Bodily Deprivation For Justice In the Spiritually Charged 'Cesar's Last Fast'

    Leader of the most vulnerable sector of American workers, Cesar Chavez was a relentless activist whose pioneering advocacy earned him a place among the great figures in world history. His battle against the tyrannical wealthy growers to better the conditions of thousands of Mexican Americans farm wo...

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    Sundance Review: 'The Internet's Own Boy' Explores the Tragic Fate of a Technology Icon

    The question of whether this generation's programming magicians will choose to use their power for purpose or profit reverberates throughout this film's portrait of the eponymous late social activist.

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    TV: Six More Makers Docs to Air on PBS This Summer

    PBS will air six documentaries about women's progress in the divergent fields of war, space, comedy, business, Hollywood, and politics starting in June.

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    How I Shot That: Andrew Rossi on His Sundance Doc 'Ivory Tower'

    Before his latest documentary "Ivory Tower," Andrew Rossi's previously shot "Page One: Inside the New York Times," "Le Cirque: A Table In Heaven" and his first film "Eat This New York." "Ivory Tower" premiered in the U.S. Documentary section at Sundance.

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    How I Shot That: The Golden Moments in Sundance Documentary 'Rich Hill'

    Cinematographer Andrew Droz Palermo spoke to us about shooting "Rich Hill," a U.S. Documentary entry at 2014 Sundance Film Festival.

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