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    Reality Checks: Can a Wave of Syrian Docs Wake Up Apathetic Americans?

    "We have the feeling that we failed," Syrian producer Charif Kiwan said in a recent conversation. "But we cannot give up yet."

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    Guest Post: "Nan Goldin: I Remember Your Face" is About Turning the Camera on a Photographer

    A makeup artist-turned-documentary portraitist talks about finding the right subject for her film.

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    GKids Acquires Rights to Studio Ghibli Doc 'The Kingdom of Dreams and Madness'

    Animation distributor GKids has acquired the North American rights to "The Kingdom of Dreams and Madness," a new documentary about the powerhouse Japanese animation shop "Studio Ghibli."

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    Human Rights Watch FF Women Directors: Meet Jennifer M. Kroot (To Be Takei)

    "This film covers his experiences being imprisoned in Japanese American internment camps during his youth, his acting career, and his choice to 'come out' later in life and advocate for LGBT civil rights. It's also a romantic comedy!"

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    An Introspective Look at the Non-Mainstream Elderly in 'Before You Know It'

    PJ Raval’s introspective documentary “Before You Know It” follows three gay seniors who are confronted with the victories and failures that define who they are.

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    Human Rights Watch FF Women Directors: Meet Katy Chevigny (E-Team)

    "The only advice I have is a hard one to follow, and that is: try not to have the rights to your film tied up for too long, because in many cases your film will have a longer life than your distributor."

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    Women Directors Win Majority of Gucci Tribeca Documentary Fund Grants

    Award recipients will receive financial backing and year-round guidance on getting their films out to the public.

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    Making a Living as a Documentary Filmmaker Is Harder Than Ever. Here's Why.

    Making a documentary film is easier than ever. Making a living at being a documentary filmmaker is harder than ever.

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    Academy Award Nominee for Best Foreign Language Film 'The Missing Picture' is Out Now on DVD

    "The Missing Picture” is now available on DVD from Strand Releasing, and it is definitely a stunning piece of filmmaking incomparable in depth and form to any other film in recent memory.

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    Watch: Music as Memory in Touching Trailer for Sundance Audience Winner 'Alive Inside'

    This year's Sundance Audience Award winner, Michael Rossato-Bennett's debut feature "Alive Inside," now has a trailer. The film follows social worker Dan Cohen's effort to use music, rather than traditional medication, to combat the deteriorating effects of aging.

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