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    Greg Barker, "Sergio": Politics, War, and Moral Complexity

    EDITORS NOTE: This is part of a series of interviews, conducted via email, profiling dramatic and documentary competition and American Spectrum directors who have films screening at the 2009 Sundance Film Festival.

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    Ondi Timoner, "We Live in Public": Authenticity, Emotionality, and Technology

    EDITORS NOTE: This is part of a series of interviews, conducted via email, profiling dramatic and documentary competition and American Spectrum directors who have films screening at the 2009 Sundance Film Festival.

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    Joe Berlinger, "Crude": Returning To One's Artistic Roots

    EDITORS NOTE: This is part of a series of interviews, conducted via email, profiling dramatic and documentary competition and American Spectrum directors who have films screening at the 2009 Sundance Film Festival.

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    Alive Mind Acquires "Gates" As First Theatrical Release

    Antonio Ferrera and Albert Maysles' documentary "The Gates" has been acquired for North American distribution by Richard Lorber's nine-month old distributor Alive Mind. "The Gates," which chronicles the conception and evolution of artists Christo and Jeanne-Claude's Central Park installment by the s...

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    iW NEWS | Green Film Starts Reichert's "Gerrymandering"

    Green Film Company announced the start of production on its third film, Jeff Reichert's political documentary "Gerrymandering". The film is financed by a bi-partisan investor group formed by leading online education entrepreneur Bill Mundell, and written and directed by Jeff Reichert, former Senior ...

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    HONOR ROLL '08 | "You Should Never Feel Successful": "Up the Yangtze" Director Yung Chang

    EDITOR'S NOTE: This is part of a daily December series that will feature new or previously published interviews and profiles of some of the year's best filmmakers, writers, actors and actresses.

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    AWARDS WATCH '08 | "Wire," "Waltz" Tie For Top IDA Honor

    James Marsh's "Man on Wire" and Ari Folman's "Waltz With Bashir" shared top honors at tonight's IDA Documentary Awards. Both films tied for the Distinguished Feature award, as announced at a ceremony in Los Angeles hosted by Morgan Spurlock. Other major honors included a centerpiece tribute to Wer...

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    iW NEWS | here!, Regent Acquire "Sex"

    here! Films, the theatrical distribution and worldwide sales division of here! Networks, announced that it has acquired North American distribution rights to the documentary, "Sex Positive," from director Daryl Wein. The film explores the life of Richard Berkowitz, an AIDS activist in the 1980's, whose incomparable contribution to the invention of safe-sex practices has never been aptly credited. here! Films acquired this documentary from Ro*Co Films, and its sister company Regent Releasing will distribute the film starting March 13, 2009 in select U.S. cities. The film made its world premiere in competition at the 2008 SXSW Film Festival and...

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    IDFA '08 | "Burma VJ" & Girl Talk Doc, "RIP," in Fest Spotlight on IDFA's Awards Night

    Anders Ostergaard's "Burma VJ - Reporting From a Closed Country" was without question the buzz title of IDFA 2008. The story of last year's uprising against the military dictatorship in Myanmar, told through secret home video footage, offers a direct look at the movement and it's organizers. "Burma"...

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    "Times" Online: Rob Epstein On His 1984 Harvey Milk Doc, Its Narrative Counterpart, and Online Distr

    "I've learned as filmmaker, doing this for thirty years now, that to survive you have to be able to adapt and adjust," "The Times of Harvey Milk" director Rob Epstein said. "In terms of production, I've shot on film and I've shot on video and I've shot on digital. You want to make those technological adjustments and make them work for you creatively and aesthetically. And I think the same is true for distribution." Epstein has made such an adjustment with the recent release of his Academy Award-winning doc on on VOD at Amazon.com. He discussed the 1984 film with indieWIRE, which chronicles Harvey Milk's life and death, as well as his thought...

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