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    LatinoBuzz: G-DOG

    Father Greg Boyle, a white Jesuit priest, is affectionately known as 'G-Dog' by the homies he has come to know during the 25 years he has spent in East L.A. He founded 'Homeboy Industries', an organization that serves former gang members and convicts with a continuum of services such as job training...

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    Tribeca: Breakout Director Sean Dunne Talks 'Oxyana' and a Portrait of a Town's Addiction

    When people describe Oceana of ten years ago, they describe an idealistic small town--"kind of like the 50s," says one man interviewed in Sean Dunne's first feature documentary "Oxyana." People in the town of 1,400 used to keep doors unlocked and let children play freely in the streets. Now, people ...

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    Trailer: Afro-Cubans and Sierra Leoneans Bridge The Gap in Doc 'They Are We'

    How mind-blowing and fascinating is this upcoming documentary? Talk about bridging the gap! I came across an article from The Atlantic (recommended reading), written beautifully by Emma Christopher, director of They Are We, a film which documents how a family of Afro-Cubans in a remote village of Pe...

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    Tribeca Review: Feats Of Superhuman Strength, Filmmaking Of Uncommon Heart In 'Bending Steel'

    You're not likely to see a more inspiring documentary this year than "Bending Steel," the story of one Chris Schoeck, an unassuming New York gentleman with one secret passion. Schoeck is a curious character, an admitted introvert with a slight stutter whom you can tell had to be coaxed to be on came...

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    Interview with Lily Tomlin - Narrator and Executive Producer of An Apology to Elephants

    Tonight, in honor of Earth Day, HBO will premiere An Apology to Elephants narrated by Lily Tomlin that will put to an end any feeling person's trips to the circus. It's an intense film about the abuses elephants endure to entertain us, but is written in a way (by Jane Wagner) that won't freak kids ...

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    Is Documentary the Most Exciting Kind of Filmmaking? AFI Docs Fest and Cinedigm's Docurama Launch, Watch Greenaway's 'Act of God' (VIDEO)

    Last week New York Magazine published film critic David Edelstein's assessment of current documentary as the most interesting and dynamic genre of cinema. His piece points to the currently unspooling Tribeca Film Festival, which champions documentaries and selected "Mistaken for Strangers" -- a doc ...

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    GE & Cinelan Partner with Cinedigm and Gathr Films to Promote Focus Forward Short Film Series

    GE and cinelan have announced several partnerships to further the distribution of their award winning global film series, GE Focus Forward. Among the deals struck are partnerships with Cinedigm, Gathr, Virgin America and LodgeNet. Focus Forward is a series of thirty 3-minute short documentaries dire...

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    Tribeca Review: Silence On The Front Lines Of War, In 'The Kill Team'

    There's a stomach-turning sadness at the heart of "The Kill Team," Dan Krauss' austere documentary about a soldier trapped in the cycle of violence perpetrated by a group of soldiers indicted on charges of violence against innocents in 2010. While the media was more than ready to discuss a culture o...

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    WATCH: Exclusive Trailer for Ray Mancini Doc 'The Good Son'

    Here's an advance peek at the TV spot for festival circuit fave "The Good Son," a documentary about boxer Ray Mancini. The Snagfilms release featuring Mickey Rourke, Ed O'Neil, and Sugar Ray Leonard, among others, will be released theatrically this summer.

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    2013 Tribeca Film Review: "Flexing" Goes Mainstream in 'Flex is Kings'

    I have always found the body-contorting dance form of street dancing, contemporarily known as “flexing”, to be a creative and exhilarating art form. The documentary Flex is Kings, directed by Deidre Schoo and Michael Beach Nichols, manages to reaffirm those original perceptions of the very compe...

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