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    Danny Glover on 'The House I Live In' and Documentary as a Tool for Social Impact

    Actor Danny Glover executive produced the award-winning documentary "The House I Live In." In a guest post, he writes about the impact the film has had on public policy.

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    Morgan Spurlock on Why Documentaries Matter More Than Ever

    With fewer companies controlling media, nonfiction films -- especially ones that promote social change -- are more important than ever. Here's why.

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    'The Act of Killing' Director on Dreams, Recognition and Impact

    Joshua Oppenheimer, the director of Oscar-nominated documentary "The Act of Killing" and the upcoming "The Look of Silence" shares his thoughts on the role of the documentary filmmaker.

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    Susan Sarandon on The Power of Documentaries

    In this guest post, the actress and activist explains how documentaries make a real difference in the world.

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    'The Act of Killing' Wins 2013 PUMA Impact Award

    "The Act of Killing" won the 2013 PUMA Impact Award, PUMA and The BRITDOC Foundation announced last night.

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    BRITDOC's Good Pitch Announces India Spinoff and Six Participating Films

    Good Pitch2, a spinoff of BRITDOC's Good Pitch, has today announced the six documentary films that will be presented at the inaugural event on February 4th 2014 in Mumbai, as a part of the Mumbai Film Festival. The screenings will be held from 9am to 5pm at NCPA, Experimental theater, Marine Drive, ...

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    Puma.Creative and BRITDOC Announce Nominees for 50,000 Euro Impact Award

    Puma.Creative, a philanthropic arm of Puma, and documentary organization the BRITDOC Foundation have announced the five nominees for this year's Creative Impact Award.

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