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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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    International Documentary Fest Amsterdam Unveils 2011 Slate

    The 2011 edition of the International Documentary Festival Amsterdam has announced its lineup for its festival, set for November 16-27.

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    And They Say Occupy Wall Street Has No Message: 10 Docs That Spell It Out

    When the occupation of Wall Street began a few weeks ago, any acknowledgment in the mainstream media was plagued with refrains designed to suggest that they were a motley crew of 21st-century hippies: What's the message? What are they fighting for? Do they not know that the computers and mobile phon...

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    Hot Docs Names Charlotte Cook Director of Programming

    Last night at the opening edition of Hot Docs' year round Doc Soup screening series, the Toronto-based festival announced Charlotte Cook as their new director of programming. Cook comes to the festival from Frontline Club in London, UK where she was the head of film programming for the past two year...

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    "Hell and Back Again" Isn't the Only Winner at Maine Doc Fest

    Non-fiction took center stage over the weekend in Maine with the 2011 Camden International Film Festival.

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    Happy New Year! indieWIRE @ Hulu Docs Checks out Jewish Portraits

    Rosh Hashanah -- the Jewish New Year -- falls this week, so it's fitting that indieWIRE-curated selections on Hulu's Documentaries page offer a series of portraits of Jewish lives in the past and the present.

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