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    Robert De Niro Steps Out, for His Festival, His Father and the Friars Club's Top Award

    We all know that Robert De Niro is a far better screen actor than he is public figure. Journalists dread interviews with the famously monosyllabic star. But this year De Niro is suddenly everywhere: at Tribeca, his New York film festival, hawking the Tribeca-produced Sundance documentary about his a...

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    Human Rights Watch FF Women Directors: Meet Iva Radivojevic (Evaporating Borders)

    "The environment grew more intolerant each time I'd visit. The migrants from the Middle East were particularly targeted and subjected to institutional racism, attacks, and so on."

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    'Awake: The Life of Yogananda,' & 'When My Sorrow Died' Won Top Honors at Illuminate Film Festival

    At the inaugural ILLUMINATE Film Festival, the nation’s first mind-body-spirit film festival, "Awake: The Life of Yogananda" earned the Audience Award for Best Film and "When My Sorrow Died: The Legend of Armen Ra and the Theramin" received the Director’s Choice Award.

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    Mirra Bank's Wonderful Documentary 'The Only Real Game'

    "The Only Real Game" will have a one week run from June 20-26, 2014 at the Laemmle’s Music Hall 3 in Beverly Hills, CA

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    Human Rights Watch FF Women Directors: Meet Rachel Beth Anderson (First to Fall)

    "Only having three working memory cards, there were days I would be filming on the frontline while simultaneously transferring footage from my computer (left inside a Libyan rebel's car) onto hard drives so I wouldn't miss a moment with my guys on camera."

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    The Man Inside the Bird: Caroll Spinney and Filmmakers Look Back on 45 Years of 'Sesame Street'

    A new documentary examines the life of Caroll Spinney, who plays Big Bird and Oscar the Grouch on "Sesame Street."

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    A Sister Constructs a Beautiful and Touching Portrayal of Loss in "Elena'

    “Elena” is a striking blow to heart that shines with fluid poetry. It deviates from the canons of documentary filmmaking to enter a dreamlike state governed by memories and art in its purest, most emotional form.

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    Arab-Spring themed Documentary gets Interactive Dual-screen Experience

    Besides being a theatrically released film, directed by Portuguese director Dânia Lucas, the film's full experience includes two TV documentaries, forty Webisodes and one App for Tablets and Connected TV devices that extends the documentary experience.

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    Review: Documentary 'Ivory Tower' Is a Sobering Look At The Cost Of Higher Education

    When one of the talking heads in “Ivory Tower” uses the word “apocalyptic” to describe the higher education system, it at first seems like an exaggeration. But throughout its 90-minute runtime, Andrew Rossi’s documentary offers a number of frightening statistics that make the adjective seem earned.

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    Human Rights Watch FF Women Directors: Meet Cynthia Hill

    The documentary delves deep into why the question "Why doesn't she just leave?" is the wrong one to ask.

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