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    Chely Wright Doc "Wish Me Away" Finds U.S. Home

    First Run Features has acquired U.S. rights to the award-winning Chely Wright doc "Wish Me Away." The film, directed by Bobbie Birleffi and Beverly Kopf, tracks three years in the life of the country music star, as she struggles to come out publicly.

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    Interview: Charlotte Rampling and 'The Look'

    Charlotte Rampling On Making Herself More Vulnerable Than Ever in Angelina Maccarone's Doc "Charlotte Rampling: The Look"

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    Goldwyn Acquires Global Warming Doc The Island President

    The Toronto Film Fest doc audience award-winner The Island President has been acquired by Samuel Goldwyn Films for stateside release in February 2012. The film will be screened at DOC NYC on Tuesday November 8, followed by a Q and A with director Jon Shenk by Michael Moore. Goldwyn has acquired all ...

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    FUTURES | "Blue Meridian" Director Sofie Benoot Sends Her Camera Down the Mississippi

    Age: 26Hometown: born in Bruges, lives in Brussels, Belgium

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    Cinema Eye Announce Joe Berlinger and Bruce Sinofsky as First Recipients of "Hell Yeah Prize"

    Cinema Eye Announces Joe Berlinger and Bruce Sinofsky as First Recipients of the Hell Yeah Prize for their Paradise Lost Trilogy

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    SnagFilms Gets Exclusive Digital Rights to "Capturing the Friedmans" and 6 More Docs

    SnagFilms has acquired exclusive worldwide digital rights to Andrew Jarecki's Oscar-nominated "Capturing the Friedmans," which won the Sundance Grand Jury Prize in 2003.

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    "The Arbor" Tops Grierson British Documentary Awards

    Clio Barnard's "The Arbor" topped the winners of The Griersons 2011 (also known as The British Documentary Awards. The film - which blurs the lines between narrative and documentary filmmaking - won the Dochouse and The Bertha Foundation Best Cinema Documentary.

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    Static, Tragic and Narrow: What’s To Be Done About Russian Documentary?

    In 2010, filmmaker Olga Stefanova left her Moscow apartment to spend a year at Russia’s Bellingshausen polar station documenting the lives of 15 men who live there.

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    International Documentary Association (IDA) Unveils 2011 Nominations

    The International Documentary Association (IDA) announced its nominations for the 2011 IDA Documentary Awards Thursday, with five films, including "Better This World," "How to Die in Oregon," "Nostalgia for the Light," "The Redemption of General Butt Naked" and "The Tiniest Place" (El Lugar Mas Pequ...

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    Jeff Reichert on "Gerrymandering" (Watch It Now FREE!)

    In his film, "Gerrymandering" - available in its entirety at the bottom of this page courtesy of SnagFilms - filmmaker Jeff Reichert explores the secret deals that go down to define and redefine the nation's congressional districts.

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