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    Stream Them Now: Indiewire @ Hulu Docs Celebrates DOC NYC with New York Stories

    With a week of DOC NYC kicking off tonight, Indiewire's latest curated selections for Hulu's Documentaries page spotlights past films with indelible New York characters. Watch these and other docs now for free!

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    'The Act of Killing' Wins 2013 PUMA Impact Award

    "The Act of Killing" won the 2013 PUMA Impact Award, PUMA and The BRITDOC Foundation announced last night.

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    Eye-Opening Documentaries

    The sheer number of documentaries being made, and released, these days is daunting and some are truly out of the ordinary. (Photo Courtesy of The Girls in the Band)

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    Watch: 'Pandora's Promise' Filmmaker On Support From the Tech World

    It is not a widely held dogma that nuclear power is the answer to the worldwide energy crisis. But this is precisely the argument that drives "Pandora’s Promise," a new film by environmentalist and former anti-nuclear champion Robert Stone. His latest project stands in stark contrast to his first fi...

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    'Blood Brother' Director Steve Hoover Pens Open-Letter Addressing Christian Propaganda Accusations

    Recently, however, it seems the good nature surrounding "Blood Brother" has been replaced with hostile accusations that Braat and Hoover were in the country on not so much a selfless mission, as a Christian one.

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    Review: Who Needs 'Salinger' When You Have Calvin & Hobbes? 'Dear Mr. Watterson' Explains Bill Watterson's Legacy

    If all roads lead to Watterson, they also cogently illustrate why he blocked them off.

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    Roman Polanski on Rescuing 'Weekend of a Champion' From Obscurity and His Advice to Filmmakers

    In light of the upcoming November 22 theatrical release of Roman Polanski's restored and re-cut 1972 documentary "Weekend of a Champion," last week's New York City screening paid tribute to the film's decades-long journey by following with a rare press conference that included Polanski himself via S...

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    Indiewire Picks 10 Films to Watch at DOC NYC

    Indiewire picks 10 films to watch at DOC NYC, New York's documentary film festival, which is being held from November 14-21, 2013.

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    How Do We Measure the Impact of Documentaries?: Data from the Puma Impact Award Nominees

    In the world of social issue filmmaking, great work is being done in linking films to real-world issues that need attention. But at the same time, more and more pressure is being placed on filmmakers to prove that their film is making real-world impact. The jurors for this year's Puma Impact Award ...

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    Alicia Keys Presents Hurricane Sandy Concert Doc '12-12-12' to New York Audience

    "You could feel the energy there," said Alicia Keys onstage on at New York's Ziegfeld Theater in introducing Amir Bar-Lev's documentary "12-12-12" that chronicles the concert that raised more than $50 million for Hurricane Sandy relief in which she performed alongside Bruce Springsteen, Paul McCartn...

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