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    Watch: 'Dirty Wars' Director Richard Rowley Explains How to Tell a Global Story Though One Journalist

    After spending a few years embedded in the Afghan press corps, investigative journalist Jeremy Scahill knew that his privileged and protected position was causing him to miss out on the real stories in the war on terror. Deciding to unembed and push himself into a grey area, he understood that he wo...

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    Exclusive: Hollywood Film Fest Announces This Year's Winners

    Executive Director of the Hollywood Film Festival, Jon Fitzgerald, has announced the festival's 2013 award winners.

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    DOC NYC Announces Line Up

    DOC NYC, the largest documentary festival in the U.S., has just announced it's slate for their fourth year.

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    James Toback Talks HBO Cannes Doc 'Seduced and Abandoned,' Entertaining Double Act with Alec Baldwin

    Last May, James Toback descended on Cannes with cohort Alec Baldwin to shoot in ten days the documentary "Seduced and Abandoned" (HBO, October 28). This May, Toback returned to Cannes to screen the film and discuss it with interested parties. Of which I am most definitely one, having thoroughly reli...

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    Michel Gondry's DOC NYC Closer, an Animated Conversation with Noam Chomsky, Goes to Sundance Selects

    Sundance Selects is acquiring North American rights to Michel Gondry’s animated conversation with philosopher and linguist Noam Chomsky "Is the Man Who is Tall Happy?" before it closes the DOC NYC festival.

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    'Strongman' Director Zach Levy Takes Distribution Into His Own Hands (TRAILER)

    Zach Levy must hold some kind of lofty status in the pantheon of DIY film distribution: In 2010, he took his documentary “Strongman” on a 450-mile tour of small theaters and one-night stands in Maine, doing what he had to get his film not only in front of audiences but -- just this week -- an overdu...

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    The 25 Documentaries That Most Inspire Other Doc Filmmakers

    Cinema Eye Honors, the organization that hosts the documentary community's very own awards show has for several years asking its members what documentary films most inspire them.

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    Bridegroom

    Bloodworth Thomason's film is effective because it tells one couple’s story and allows it to implicitly represent thousands of others.

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    DOC NYC Kicks Off November 14 with 131 Films; Opens with Errol Morris, Closes with Michel Gondry World Premiere

    DOC NYC, the largest documentary festival in the US, will return for its fourth year to the IFC Center with an expansive lineup of films, panels and guests. Running November 14-21, the fest will showcase 131 films and events, including screenings of 72 feature-length films and 39 shorts, as well as ...

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    DOC NYC Reveals 2013 Lineup; Errol Morris and Michel Gondry to Bookend Fest

    DOC NYC is set to mark its fourth annual return from November 14-21 at the IFC Center in Greenwich Village and Chelsea's SVA Theatre.

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