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    Remembering Kurt Cobain: Watch 'Kurt & Courtney' For Free on 20th Anniversary of His Death

    Twenty years ago on Saturday, Nirvana frontman Kurt Cobain was found dead in the Seattle house he shared with his wife, Courtney Love. It was ostensibly a suicide scene—there was a letter, and Kurt had shot himself—so the Seattle Police did not conduct a hearty investigation. The music world mourned...

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    The Galapagos Affair: Satan Came To Eden

    Truth is usually stranger, and often more intriguing, than fiction, and this well-told narrative is a perfect example.

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    Toni Braxton to Star as '20 Feet From Stardom' Subject Darlene Love in OWN Biopic

    It's been quite a journey for Darlene Love, the exceptionally talented vocalist who was recently one of the subjects in the Oscar-winning documentary "Twenty Feet from Stardom."

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    EXCLUSIVE Trailer: DocNYC Winner 'The Pleasures of Being Out of Step,' on Jazz Writer Nat Hentoff

    TOH! has scored a trailer exclusive to David L. Lewis's DocNYC Grand Jury prize winner "The Pleasures of Being Out of Step." The film centers on legendary jazz writer and civil libertarian Nat Hentoff, who's now 88.

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    Oscilloscope Laboratories Acquires Of Montreal Doc 'The Past is a Grotesque Animal'

    Oscilloscope Laboratories has acquired worldwide rights to Jason Miller's rock documentary "The Past is a Grotesque Animal," whose subject is Of Montreal frontman Kevin Barnes. Made possible by a Kickstarter campaign, the film was funded by the $100,000 pledged by fans of the Canadian indie pop band...

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    Review: Mystery Doc 'The Galapagos Affair' a Riveting Reconstruction of Paradise Gone to Hell

    Jean-Paul Sartre wrote that Hell is other people. Several of the ill-fated subjects at the center of Daniel Geller and Dayna Goldfine’s riveting historical mystery documentary “The Galapagos Affair: Satan Came to Eden” would have probably agreed with him.

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