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    Attention, Documentary Filmmakers: Here Are 9 Tips for Finding and Securing the Archival Material You Need

    Finding the right archival material for your documentary can be an enormous undertaking -- one that may not pay off if you don't go about it the right way. Panelists on the "Dig Into Archives" panel at today's DOC NYC highlighted the most important things to keep in mind when researching and trying ...

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    Indiewire Picks 10 Films to Watch at DOC NYC

    Indiewire picks 10 films to watch at DOC NYC, New York's documentary film festival, which is being held from November 14-21, 2013.

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    R.I.P. Ed Pincus, Vermont Filmmaker Who Helped to Define Personal Documentaries

    Documentary filmmaker Ed Pincus, who helped define the notion and possibilities of the personal documentary, died yesterday in Vermont, according to a Facebook post by Vermont Public Television.

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    Exclusive: Cinema Eye Names the Most Notable and Significant Documentary Subjects of the Year

    Film is so often categorized as a collaborative medium. Beyond the cohesion of the crew, the creative energy and understanding between a director and his or her performers can elevate the blueprint material to new heights. That's all well and acknowledged in the world of narrative filmmaking, but wh...

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    Check Out 'The Empire Project:' An Interactive Documentary Making Its World Premiere at the NYFF Convergence

    "Empire," the new project from the transatlantic filmmaking team of Eline Jongsma and Kel O'Neill, is a perfect example of true interactivity and transmedia storytelling.

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    Pat Robertson Defends Himself against 'Mission Congo' Doc, Says He Wasn't Very Good at Diamond Mining Anyway

    It looks like the kerfuffle around David Turner and Lara Zizic's TIFF documentary "Mission Congo" may not be dying down just yet. He's the latest update...

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    Zurich Film Festival Unveils Official 2013 Lineup

    The Zurich Film Festival, scheduled to begin September 26 through October 6, unveiled its 11-day lineup today.

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    'Living With Alzheimers' Project Launches With New Documentaries by Award-Winning Directors Including Steve James

    Award-winning documentarians Steve James, Roger Ross Williams, Megan Mylan and Naomi Boak have all created original short films for "Living With Alzheimers," an ambitious multi-platform, multi-media project designed to raise awareness about the disease.

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    Movie Lovers We Love: Jessica Edwards Asks Doc Legends for Advice in New Book

    For several years, Jessica Edwards was a publicist in the indie film world; a year and a half ago, she left the world of publicity and had a kid. Since then, she's been working on a book of advice from leading documentary filmmakers called "Tell Me Something: Documentary Filmmakers."

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    Go See Tristan Patterson's "Dragonslayer"

    What are you doing this weekend? If you had any friends that came to Tuesday night's HopeForFilm Screening at Goldcrest of Tristan Patterson's SxSW Audience Award winning film DRAGONSLAYER, I am sure that's what you'll now be going to see, because the word was "that good&qu...

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