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    Supermensch: The Legend Of Shep Gordon

    The Mike Myers documentary ‘Supermensch’ is often hilarious, but it ultimately provides food for thought about the quest for happiness and meaning in life.

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    WATCH: Provocative New Clips from Wim Wenders Doc 'The Salt of the Earth'

    When Wim Wenders' upcoming documentary "The Salt of the Earth" screened at Cannes this year, it was well-received; the audience sprang to its feet and burst into applause after its premiere.

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    'The Case Against 8' Directors on the Intimacy and Stakes of Shooting a Landmark Case For Same-Sex Marriage

    "The Case Against 8" filmmakers sat down with Indiewire to discuss the making of their powerful film. We learned the impetus behind the undertaking of such a vast project, what kept them going for all five years of filming, and how their own relationship to marriage has changed along the way.

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    Watch: New Trailer for Award-Winning Documentary 'DamNation'; Patagonia to Hold Free Nationwide Screenings

    Patagonia will hold 23 free screenings of their award-winning film odyssey,"DamNation," across the United States.

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    Review: Mike Myers' Directorial Debut 'Supermensch' is Filled with Wild Showbiz Tales

    "Supermensch: The Legend of Shep Gordon," the directorial debut of Mike Myers, is a vaudeville celebrity remembrance of mega-manager Shep Gordon by stars who might have starved without Gordon’s help.

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    Griffin Dunne Talks Acting in 'The Discoverers,' Directing Joan Didion Doc, TV vs. Film, More (TRAILERS)

    This week Griffin Dunne ably carries the new family comedy "The Discoverers," from politico and academic turned writer-director Justin Schwartz, who cast Dunne as a washed-up professor--natch--who drags his two reluctant teenagers on an unexpected Lewis & Clarke Oregon road trip. Dunne gets to use h...

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    RADiUS Builds its Roster with LEGO Documentary 'Beyond The Brick'

    RADiUS has announced its worldwide acquisition for "Beyond The Brick: A LEGO Brickumentary". After premiering at Tribeca this spring, the LEGO doc has grabbed the attention of the Weinstein Company's boutique distribution label.

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    Reality Checks: Four Major Documentary Filmmakers Have Died This Year. These Are Their Legacies.

    It always sucks when someone dies. But in the small world of documentary filmmaking, where the directors are a close-knit, dogged group, the loss of a fellow intrepid traveler is like losing a member of your extended family.

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    Review: A Dreamy Suicide is a Masterful Debut in Petra Costa’s ‘Elena’

    Petra Costa's "Elena" is a documentary that suggests a strand of opalescent memories strung on a thread of grief.

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