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    AFI Docs Announces 2013 Slate including JFK Doc 'Letters to Jackie,' 'Caucus,' and 'Gideon's Army'

    AFI DOCS has announced its slate of films for the 2013 festival, and it certainly won't be lacking for big names. Opening with the star-studded Bill Couturie documentary "Letters to Jackie" and closing with AJ Schnack's behind-the-scenes look at the 2012 GOP leadership race "Caucus," the 2013 editio...

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    Not at Cannes? Celebrate Films About Films & Filmmakers with Indiewire @ Hulu Docs

    Not at Cannes? Celebrate Films About Films & Filmmakers with Indiewire @ Hulu Docs

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    AFI DOCS Sets Michael Stevens' 'Herblock' As Gala Presentation

    Michael Stevens' documentary "Herblock: The Black and the White" will make its way to next month's AFI DOCS festival as a gala presentation, it was announced today. The film -- which traces the career and influence of Washington Post cartoonist Herb Block -- will screen as part of the 11th edition o...

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    Hot Docs' Bloor Cinema Continues To Hit Box Office High Notes With Strip Club Saga 'The Manor'

    It's been over a year since Toronto's historic Bloor Cinema was renovated and revamped as a year round cinema for Hot Docs -- North America's largest documentary film festival. Playing nonfiction films almost exclusively, the cinema has proven in the 14 months since it's opened that there is indeed ...

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    A Niche Destination Fest in the Making: Reykjavik Shorts&Docs Festival

    The eleventh edition of the Reykjavik Shorts&Docs Festival came to an end last night after eight days spent presenting nearly 90 films in Iceland's capital.

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    Independent Filmmaker Project Selects Ten Documentaries for 2013 Filmmaker Labs

    The Independent Filmmaker Project has announced the ten documentaries for its 2013 Independent Filmmaker Labs, IFP's annual year-long fellowship for first-time feature directors. The selected teams will participate in three week-long sessions over the course of 2013, with the first taking place May ...

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    IFP Sets 10 Docs For Its Indie Filmmaker Labs

    The Independent Filmmaker Project (IFP) has set the ten documentaries selected for the 2013 Independent Filmmaker Labs, IFP’s annual year-long fellowship for first-time feature directors. The key creative teams of the selected films, chosen from a national pool of 200 submissions, will participate ...

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    Arthouse Audit: 'Stories We Tell' Shows Initial Strength, Sole Successful Opening

    So far the 2013 indie box office is running far behind last year--nothing comes close to 2012's booming "Best Exotic Marigold" or "Bernie," which were both standout performers far above this weekend's group of small-grossing releases, typical for this time of year. Few recent releases -- even those ...

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    Director Bouzereau Unveils Mogul Zanuck in 'Don't Say No Until I Finish Talking' (Interview)

    "Don't Say No Until I Finish Talking," a portrait of the life and career of studio chief and producer Richard D. Zanuck, scion of Fox's Darryl F. Zanuck, will premiere on May 8 on Turner Classic Movies. Produced by TCM and Amblin Television, the 90-minute film features interviews with many of the fi...

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    'The Act of Killing,' HBO's 'Pussy Riot: A Punk Prayer' Among Selections of New York's Human Rights Watch Film Festival's 2013 Program

    The 24th edition of The Human Rights Watch Film Festival will return to New York this summer from June 13-23 with a program of 20 films from across the globe calling for social change and fighting against injustice.

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