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    Sheffield Documentary Festival to Present 15 Boundary-Pushing Interactive Documentaries as part of Interactive at Sheffield"

    At the Interactive at Sheffield Event, running from June 7th to June 10th, Crossover Labs will present fifteen projects that push the boundaries of interactive documentary filmmaking across several platforms.

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    Why Despite Its Roots in Doc Programming, Nat Geo's Been Finding New Success in Scripted Films

    National Geographic Channels president Howard T. Owens talks introducing scripted programming to a brand known for docs and nature fare, making "smartertainment" and the inherent optimism of doomsday preppers.

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    Kelly Masterson on Writing 'Killing Kennedy' and 'Snowpiercer' and Why We Revisit History's Most Painful Moments

    Playwright turned screenwriter Kelly Masterson has had three of his works make it to screen so far, and they're an eclectic, impressive bunch.

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    ‘Fast & Furious 7,′ Ridley Scott's 'Exodus,' 'The Hunger Games: Mockingjay' & More Keep Casting

    Continuity! For those of you left hanging about what ever happened to Sean Boswell from "Fast & Furious: Tokyo Drift," your dreams are about to come true. Lucas Black is returning to the gear head franchise not just for "Fast & Furious 7," but with options for three more movies.

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    Watch: Rob Lowe Plays JFK and Ginnifer Goodwin Jackie in the Trailer for 'Killing Kennedy'

    "Killing Kennedy," which premieres November 10, 2013 on the National Geographic Channel, is the second in the network's series of original movies about major assassinations, executive produced by Ridley Scott and based on books by, yes, Bill O'Reilly.

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    TCA: Rob Lowe and the 'Killing Kennedy' Cast and Crew on Playing Historical Icons and Working Off a Book by Bill O'Reilly

    The National Geographic Channel has been slowly stepping away from the type of nature and travel specials you'd once associate with the brand, toward poppier, ratings-friendlier unscripted series like "Doomsday Preppers," "Locked Up Abroad" and "Brain Games."

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    First Look: Ginnifer Goodwin as Jackie Kennedy in NatGeo's 'Killing Kennedy'

    We've already seen Rob Lowe as JFK, so now here's Ginnifer Goodwin as Jackie in "Killing Kennedy," the second in the National Geographic Channel's somewhat morbid semi-scripted series of original films about history's famous assassinations.

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    First Look: Rob Lowe Strikes a Famous Pose as JFK in National Geographic's Original Film 'Killing Kennedy'

    Rob Lowe recently had a hilarious visual punchline of a role in HBO's "Behind the Candelabra" as Dr. Jack Startz, a plastic surgeon whose face was pulled tauter than Katherine Helmond's when getting her futuristic beauty treatment in "Brazil."

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    Rob Lowe Will Literally Play JFK In Ridley Scott-Produced 'Killing Kennedy' & More

    Oscar winner Melissa Leo (“The Fighter”) is heading back to television to co-star with Matt Dillion in M. Night Shyamalan’s “Wayward Pines.” Fox is putting together the event series based on Blake Crouch’s novel "Pines" and hopes to have it out by fall 2014. Described as a "Twin Peaks"-esque show (h...

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    Rob Lowe and Ginnifer Goodwin Will Play JFK and Jackie in NatGeo's Second Factual Drama 'Killing Kennedy'

    Earlier this year, the National Geographic Channel premiered its first original scripted project, "Killing Lincoln," which follows the trajectories of Abraham Lincoln and his assassin John Wilkes Booth in the final days leading up to the deaths of both men. The film received an unprecedented number ...

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