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    Zachary Heinzerling on the Challenges of Documenting an 'Incredibly Complicated Relationship' in 'Cutie and the Boxer'

    Zachary Heinzerling came to this year's Sundance Film Festival as a newbie filmmaker with his debut "Cutie and the Boxer." He left Park City as a doc filmmaker to reckon with after landing distribution with RADiUS-TWC and the festival's Documentary Directing Award. The intimate and artful doc profil...

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    Watch: Mesmerizing Trailer for 'Visitors,' Godfrey Reggio's First Film in Over a Decade

    With a Steven Soderbergh production credit, "Visitors" will premiere at the Toronto International Film Festival next month with a live score by members of the Toronto Symphony Orchestra. This marks the first film in over a decade from director Godfrey Reggio, whose cult-status "Qatsi" trilogy captur...

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    Watch: Death-Defying Dirt Bike Feats on Display in the Dazzling Trailer for '12 O'Clock Boys'

    Following its premiere at the 2013 SXSW Film Festival, after which it was promptly picked up by Oscilloscope Laboratories, "12 O'Clock Boys" now has an official trailer that's just been released in preparation for the documentary's theatrical debut next year. And if the dazzling preview is anything ...

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    Locarno Film Festival Review: How Joaquim Pinto's 'What Now? Remind Me' Turns a Three Hour Portrait of Living With AIDS Into Cinematic Art

    The first image of "What Now? Remind Me," Portuguese film industry veteran Joaquim Pinto's 164-minute portrait of his one-year experience taking experimental medication for AIDS and Hepititus-C, sets the tone perfectly: In a lush extreme close-up, a grey slug oozes across the screen, its pores magni...

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    Watch: Here's Werner Herzog's New 35-Minute Doc on the Dangers of Texting While Driving

    The ever prolific Werner Herzog is back with the wrenching 35-minute documentary "From One Second to the Next," which you can view in its entirety on YouTube. The film expands on a series of short videos Herzog directed for a public awareness campaign in an effort to curb the practice of texting whi...

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    The Hillary Clinton TV Panic - Part One

    It's summer and everyone is sick of talking about Anthony Weiner and his sexting, so now there is another controversy to discuss -- the impending Hillary Clinton media TV projects on both CNN and NBC.

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    Errol Morris's Rumsfeld Doc Is Popular on the Fall Festival Circuit, But May Not Play the New York Film Festival

    Already one of the fall’s more eagerly anticipated films, “The Unknown Known” – Errol Morris’s take on the beloved Donald Rumsfeld, the very idea of which makes our toes curl -- seems poised to be the biggest doc of the season. Word is that the film has not only been invited to the Telluride and Tor...

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    Trailer Watch: Buzzy SXSW Doc '12 O'Clock Boys' Rides with Baltimore's Infamous Dirtbike Gang

    In anticipation of the Sundance NEXT Weekend Festival, which arrives, well, this weekend in Los Angeles, Oscilloscope has released the trailer for "12 O'Clock Boys," Lofty Nathan's documentary on Baltimore's infamous urban dirtbike gang, and the young outsider who strives to join its rowdy ranks. Wa...

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    Billie Jean King Talks Coming Out and Tennis for Upcoming PBS Special

    Iconic tennis player, Billie Jean King, spoke at the PBS TCA panel yesterday for her upcoming American Masters special.

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    Review: Documentary 'Zipper: Coney Island's Last Wild Ride'

    The snaking guitar and clanging cowbell of Blue Oyster Cult’s “Don’t Fear The Reaper” can be heard at the start of Amy Nicholson’s “Zipper: Coney Island's Last Wild Ride,” a new documentary opening this weekend. If anything, the tune serves as a suggestion to those upset over yet another David and G...

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