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    Tribeca Women Directors: Meet Jennifer Grausman (Art and Craft)

    "I couldn't stop thinking about it: what kind of art forger donates his work to museums instead of selling it?"

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    Tribeca Women Directors: Meet Linda G. Mills (Of Many)

    "As a Jewish woman who witnessed 9/11 at very close range, I felt particularly moved by the Muslim chaplain and all the students that have been engaged in this work -- our two cultures have so much in common, and yet how little we know about each other."

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    LatinoBuzz: Interview with Laura Checkoway Dir. of "Lucky"

    Laura Checkoway had an idea for an article she wanted to write which took a new direction when she met Lucky Torres ( née Waleska Torres Ruiz) , a headstrong defiant girl from the Bronx who had a story to tell her. This article would set the documentary ‘Lucky’ into motion.

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    Filmmaker Laura Poitras' Work Rewarded With a Pulitzer Prize

    The 2014 Pulitzer Prize winners were announced today. Among the winners was work led by Academy Award-nominated filmmaker Laura Poitras, who worked with both winning publications, The Washington Post and The Guardian, for their stories on NSA whistleblower Edward Snowden, who leaked the documents th...

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    Watch: Exclusive Trailer for Tribeca Doc 'Misconception,' From Oscar-Winner Jessica Yu

    The world isn't getting any less crowded these days. That fact is explored in Academy Award winner Jessica Yu's documentary feature "Misconception," in which she details not only the growing world population that threatens the Earth's resources, but also the impact it will have on humanity. The film...

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    20 Years After Rwandan Genocide, Keep the Memory of the Victims Alive By Watching 'Kinyarwanda'

    Twenty years ago, one million Rwandans were killed in one of the worst genocides in recorded history. The sheer magnitude of the horrors committed are nearly impossible to fathom. How can you adequately pay tribute to the lives lost in one of mankind's worst transgressions?

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    Trailer Watch: Food Industry Scrutinized in Fed Up

    Director Stephanie Soechtig and producer Katie Couric argue sugar is the new tobacco.

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    Morgan Spurlock on 'Inside Man' and the Continuing Impact of 'Super Size Me'

    In advance of a new season of his CNN show "Inside Man," the documentarian reflects on his career in television and movies.

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    Malala Movie Finds Second Financier

    Socially conscious Participant Media has boarded the project.

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    Davis Guggenheim's Malala Yousafzai Documentary Gets Backing from Participant Media

    Participant Media has come aboard Davis Guggenheim's documentary on Pakistani student activist Malala Yousafzai, who survived a brutal assassination attempt by the Taliban in 2012.

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