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    Sony Pictures Classics to Release Alex Gibney's Lance Armstrong Doc 'The Armstrong Lie'

    Sony Pictures Classics has acquired worldwide rights to Alex Gibney's sure to be popular upcoming Lance Armstrong documentary "The Armstrong Lie." The film tells the unfolding story of the athlete's life and career over the last four years.

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    Indiewire @ Hulu Docs: Go On the Road With These 6 Great Road Trip Docs, Available to Stream For Free

    With summer halfway over, it's time to get away -- let these docs inspire you to take a virtual vacation on the road. The latest edition of Indiewire's curation of Hulu's Documentaries page spotlights films which take to the open road in their exploration of a wide range of topics. Watch these docs...

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    How Comic-Con Provided a Showcase For 'Metallica Through the Never' -- And What Comes Next

    Comic-Con has seldom included music as one of the "popular arts" that the convention annually celebrates. And yet, at the end of Friday's events in the San Diego Convention Center's storied Hall H, newly relaunched distributor Picturehouse staged a presentation for "Metallica Through the Never."

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    Mike Myers Partners with A&E Indie Films for Directorial Debut 'Supermensch,' Doc on Longtime Talent Manager Shep Gordon

    A&E Indie Films has partnered with actor and comedian Mike Myers on his directorial debut, documentary "Supermensch," centered on the life of groundbreaking talent manager Shep Gordon.

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    Review: Bobcat Goldthwait's Found Footage Bigfoot Movie 'Willow Creek' Is the Monster Movie of the Summer

    "Willow Creek" conforms to the traditions of the genre with generally satisfying results, but it also manages to build on them.

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    Guest Post: There She Is: From Festival Rejections To Online Success

    After my co-director and I started submitting There She Is to festivals, we received countless rejections. We knew a 20-minute short about plus size pageant queens might be hard to program, but believed in the film and wanted people to see it.

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    Watch: Exclusive Trailer for 'Off Label' Asks "Is America Overmedicated?"

    Michael Palmieri and Donal Mosher received Gotham and Independent Spirit Award nominations for their debut film "October Country," a moody experimental documentary that explores the ghosts -- of all sorts -- haunting Mosher's relatives in Upstate New York.

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    BYOD Video: Filmmaker Jason Tippet Discusses Revisiting the California Skate Scene of His Childhood

    In this installment of the weekly series Bring Your Own Documentary (BYOD), documentary filmmaker Ondi Timoner ("We Live in Public") interviews director Jason Tippet about his documentary "Only The Young," which follows skateboarding teenagers in California as they deal with life and try to have fun...

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    First Person: Joshua Oppenheimer On How 'The Act of Killing' Holds A Dark Mirror Up To Us All

    Joshua Oppenheimer's acclaimed debut feature "The Act of Killing" documents the mass killings of Indonesians following the CIA-funded military overthrow of the Indonesian government in 1965. A band of self-proclaimed gangsters went from selling movie tickets on the black market to suppressing commu...

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    HIFF SummerDocs Series Closing with 'Elaine Stritch: Shoot Me' & 'The Short Game'

    The Fifth Annual SummerDocs series hosted by the Hamptons International Film Festival is coming to a close in August with two festival favorites. "Elaine Strich: Shoot Me," which premiered at this year's Tribeca Film Festival, will be shown on August 12 while "The Short Game" is set to close out the...

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