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    "Neshoba" Co-Director Micki Dickoff: "Justice, Reconciliation, and Healing"

    Micki Dickoff and Tony Pagano's "Neshoba: The Price of Freedom," which won several best documentary awards at regional festivals throughout the U.S. will get a theatrical release in New York and LA beginning this Friday at New York's Cinema Village. A Los Angeles and Pasadena release will follow i...

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    MPAA Upholds Doc's 'R' Rating; Adam Yauch Still Calls Bullshit

    MPAA Upholds Doc's 'R' Rating; Adam Yauch Still Calls Bullshit

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    Springsteen, Morris, Timoner and 3-D Herzog Lead Toronto's Impressive Doc Slate

    The Toronto International Film Festival named twenty-five of the documentaries that will debut at its 35th edition this September, with marquee doc filmmakers joining the festival's lineup. The group includes an intimate look at Bruce Springsteen in the studio in Thom Zimny's "The Promise: The Makin...

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    Summerfest: Jaak Kilmi on "Disco and Atomic War;" Watch it Now Free!

    SnagFilms’ 2nd annual SummerFest, a free online festival showcasing exclusive, limited-duration runs of popular new documentaries, continues with "Disco and Atomic War,” the third film in the series, premiering today.

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    Summerfest: Richard Parry on "Shooting Robert King;" Watch it Now Free!

    SnagFilms’ 2nd annual SummerFest, a free online festival showcasing exclusive, limited-duration runs of popular new documentaries, continues with "Shooting Robert King,” the second film in the series, premiering this Friday, July 23rd.

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    Berlinger's Mild Victory Blurs Line Between Journalists & Doc Filmmakers

    If last Thursday's appeals court ruling in the Berlinger v. Chevron made anything clear, it's that the fine line between what separates documentary filmmakers from journalists has become even more blurred.

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    REVIEW | Nuclear Inevitability: Lucy Walker's "Countdown to Zero"

    A closing montage in the essential 1982 found footage essay "The Atomic Cafe" shows a series of 1960s-era individuals engaging in duck-and-cover antics in anticipation of a nuclear blast. Given the retro black-and-white feel, the visual equation amounts to a meditation on the past, with no indicatio...

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    FUTURES | "Wo Ai Ni (I Love You), Mommy" Director Stephanie Wang-Breal

    Earlier this summer, when the Silverdocs jury awarded Stephanie Wang-Breal "Wo Ai Ni (I Love You), Mommy," certainly a dark horse, with the Sterling U.S. Feature Award, even Wang-Breal was surprised: "I saw the other films in competition and was blown away. I was not expecting it at all." Reading ...

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    SnagFilms Unveils Lineup for Second SummerFest of First-Run Docs

    Now in its second year, SnagFilms Summer Fest 2010 will give online audiences the chance to watch award-winning and world premiere documentary films from July 16 through September 2. Each of Summer Fest's six highlighted films will be available for two weeks on SnagFilms as well as on the SnagFilms...

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