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    5 New Films to Watch Out For From AFI Docs

    AFI Docs just wrapped up its first festival in Washington, DC, this weekend, making the move from its ten-year home in nearby Silver Spring, MD, where satellite screenings continue to be held.

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    Documentary Goes to Washington: The Rebirth and Politicization of AFI Docs

    After a decade in Silver Spring, MD, the festival formerly known as Silverdocs announced this past spring that it was moving its core programming to Washington, DC, and would henceforth be known as AFI Docs (with "presented by Audi" tagged on to reflect an important new sponsor relationship).

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    Watch This: Nine for IX Short Film Coach - Directed by Bess Kargman

    ESPN has released a short film in anticipation of the beginning of Nine for IX. Coach, directed by Bess Kargman and executive produced by Whoopi Goldberg, is a short documentary about C. Vivian Stringer, one of the most prolific coaches in the history of college basketball.

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    Indiewire @ Hulu Docs Goes to Washington

    The latest edition of Indiewire's curation of Hulu's Documentaries page celebrates this shift with a selection of politically-focused films giving an insider look at Washington DC.

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    Do Documentary Filmmakers Actually Get Paid in the US and Europe?

    One of the most interesting filmmaking panels at the Sheffield Doc/Fest this past weekend asked a very popular question amongst filmmakers, aspiring and new: "How Do Filmmakers Get Paid?"

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    Buzzy Indie Documentaries 'Blackfish,' 'Code Black' and 'The New Black' -- Which Is Which? (TRAILERS)

    Yes, it's true. We keep getting confused by three similar-sounding documentaries in the indiesphere right now: "Code Black," "The New Black" and "Blackfish." They each deal with vital but very different subjects (the LA County Hospital emergency room, assumptions about homophobia in the African-Amer...

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    Sundance Institute Chooses Directing & Editing Teams to Participate in Documentary Labs This Summer

    The 2013 Documentary and Story Edit lab experience at the Sundance Institute has been filled by 22 lucky fellows representing nine documentary film projects. Taking place from June 21-29 and July 5-13 in Sundance, Utah, the sessions allow each two-to-three person directing and editing team to receiv...

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    Should Documentary Filmmakers Make Radio Shows Instead?: 10 Things We Learned from Ira Glass at Sheffield Doc/Fest

    Ira Glass, perhaps America's most popular radio journalist currently on the air, is the man behind "This American Life." The show is broadcast on over 500 public radio stations weekly and the show is often the United States' most downloaded podcast any certain week.

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    Que(e)ries: Considering How Gay Isn't Simply 'The New Black' in Yoruba Richen's Imperative New Doc

    As the LGBT rights movement moved to the clear forefront of the mainstream civil rights discussion in the United States, numerous media organizations were quick to reduce it to a loaded question: "Is gay the new black?"

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    '20 Feet From Stardom' Rising Star Judith Hill On Singing With Michael Jackson and Her Whirlwind Experience on NBC's 'The Voice'

    Morgan Neville's moving tribute to background singers, the documentary "20 Feet From Stardom," opened last Friday in select theaters and in turn brought a lot of overdue attention to the artists profiled in the film. While audiences for the most part are likely unfamiliar with the majority of singer...

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