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    Remembering Roger Ebert…With His Wife Chaz

    What makes ‘Life Itself’ so impressive is the way Roger and Chaz Ebert opened themselves up to documentarian Steve James during and after Roger’s penultimate hospital stay in Chicago.

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    Review: Is Dinesh D'Souza's 'America' The Worst Political Documentary Of All-Time?

    “America: Imagine The World Without Her” is book-ended by scenes of co-director (and credited “creator”) Dinesh D'Souza. At the start, he is a triumphant filmmaker who made “2016: Obama's America," which he accurately credits as “the second highest grossing political documentary of all-time.” By the...

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    Review: 'The Good Son' Lands Solid Body Blows Without Connecting Up Top

    Jesse James Miller's documentary proves a powerful ode to the life of a burdened boxer, but it doesn't fully engage with the moral struggles within the sport itself.

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    Bound By Flesh

    The Leslie Zemeckis documentary 'Bound by Flesh,' candidly explores the challenging, often tumultuous, life story of conjoined twins Violet and Daisy Hilton.

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    Must-See E.R. Doc 'Code Black' Hits NY and LA (TRAILER)

    A buzzy title that scooped up the Best Documentary prize at both last year’s Los Angeles and Hamptons International film fests, “Code Black” hit New York’s IFC Center on June 20 and opens Los Angeles's Landmark Theatre on June 27. Watch the trailer for this intense doctor's eye view of our medical s...

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    Reality Checks: Why the Director of 'Winter's Bone' Decided to Make a Documentary

    Deborah Granik tries out the documentary form with "Stray Dog."

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    Exclusive: Check Out This Bizarre, But Captivating Poster For Documentary 'The Dog'

    John Wojtowicz, the infamous bank robber who was the inspiration behind Al Pacino's character in Sidney Lumet's "Dog Day Afternoon," is the subject for the upcoming documentary "The Dog." In honor of the film's upcoming release, we have this creepily awesome poster to share.

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    FilmBuff and Participant Media Announce the Multi-Platform Release of 'The Internet's Own Boy'

    FilmBuff and Participant Media will have a multi-platform release of their compelling new documentary, “The Internet’s Own Boy” on Friday, June 27th followed by a broadcast television premiere on Participant’s television network, Pivot, later in 2014

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    The 7 Most Wonderful Things Chaz Ebert Said About Roger Ebert at a 'Life Itself' Screening

    New York's Museum of the Moving Image held a screening of "Life Itself," the documentary focusing on late film critic Roger Ebert, followed by a chat with his wife Chaz Ebert, film critic Scott Foundas and filmmaker Ramin Bahrani.

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    Chicken & Egg Awards 23 Follow-Up Grants; Places Open Call for New Projects

    In honor of its upcoming tenth anniversary, the film fund will prioritize projects that feature women and girls as protagonists and narrators.

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