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    Sundance Review: 'The Internet's Own Boy' Explores the Tragic Fate of a Technology Icon

    The question of whether this generation's programming magicians will choose to use their power for purpose or profit reverberates throughout this film's portrait of the eponymous late social activist.

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    TV: Six More Makers Docs to Air on PBS This Summer

    PBS will air six documentaries about women's progress in the divergent fields of war, space, comedy, business, Hollywood, and politics starting in June.

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    How I Shot That: Andrew Rossi on His Sundance Doc 'Ivory Tower'

    Before his latest documentary "Ivory Tower," Andrew Rossi's previously shot "Page One: Inside the New York Times," "Le Cirque: A Table In Heaven" and his first film "Eat This New York." "Ivory Tower" premiered in the U.S. Documentary section at Sundance.

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    How I Shot That: The Golden Moments in Sundance Documentary 'Rich Hill'

    Cinematographer Andrew Droz Palermo spoke to us about shooting "Rich Hill," a U.S. Documentary entry at 2014 Sundance Film Festival.

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    Trailer Watch: Freida Mock's Anita

    "Once I got subpoena'd, I knew what I had to do. I'm gonna tell what happened to me."

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    Sundance Review: Real Life Heroes Save The World In The Enthralling 'E-Team'

    "In darkness, abuse takes place," declares Fred Abrahams, one of the members of the Emergency Team (aka E-Team), part of the Human Rights Watch group, whose mission is to investigate and report on crimes committed against the civilian population of war-torn countries and other places where the oppre...

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    Sundance's Women in Film Event Calls Out Hollywood Sexism, Awards $32k in Grants

    There was apparently one running theme at the eighth Women in Film panel hosted by the Sundance Film Festival: entrenched industry sexism. Director Rory Kennedy (Last Days in Vietnam) declared, "We live in a sexist world and Hollywood is at the heart of it."

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    Sundance Review: Arab Spring Doc 'We Are the Giant' Is A Devastating Marvel

    There is a moment in director Greg Barker’s documentary “We Are the Giant" when we are confronted by a young girl singing a sweet song of revolution in Arabic, while a peaceful protest against the Syrian government unfolding on the streets behind her.

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    Sundance Women Directors: Meet Shosh Shlam and Hilla Medalia

    "I went on this journey as a person who depends greatly on the Internet and technology as a big part of my life. Technology defiantly changed the way we communicate, but where is the line and are we crossing it? Is it a disease? Why does China choose to approach these issues with such severity?"

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    Sundance Review: 'The Case Against 8' Delivers an Emotional Tour of History in the Making

    Taking place over five arduous years of legislative gridlock, "The Case Against 8" could have easily delivered a searing indictment of our country's lagging recognition of same-sex marriage. Yet the first directorial partnership and Sundance debut of former Hollywood executive Ben Cotner and directo...

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