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    Attention, Filmmakers: Learn How to Create Fritz Lang's 'Beam of Light' Effect from 'Metropolis'

    Learn how to replicate the 100 year old "Beam of Light" effect from Fritz Lang's "Metropolis," and more projection-mapping illusions that will wow your friends.

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    June 23rd Marks The Season Premiere of POV Including Jason DaSilva's 'When I Walk'

    The 27th season of the acclaimed POV series begins on Monday, June 23, 2014 at 10 p.m. on PBS and continues weekly through Sept. 22. The season, featuring 13 new independent nonfiction films and an encore broadcast, concludes with a special presentation in fall 2014.

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    Watch: Activist Grace Lee Boggs Contemplates the Meaning of Revolution in Exclusive Clip from 'American Revolutionary'

    "American Revolutionary: The Evolution of Grace Lee Boggs," examines the life of longtime activist Grace Lee Boggs, who dedicated her life to a wide range of social movements.

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    Watch: Why Are There So Many Super Hero Movies?

    Has anyone else noticed that there are a disproportionately high number of comic book hero movies coming out lately? Yes, so it's not just me? Good. Well, the crew at PBS Ideas Channel also seems to have noticed that trend.

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    Netflix and Scholastic Team Up to Reboot 'The Magic School Bus' Animated Series

    If you're a 90s child you probably grew up watching the wonderful PBS animated series "The Magic School Bus." Well, Scholastic and Netflix are now partnering up to bring a rebooted version of the show that will continue to follow the adventures shared between a whimsical schoolteacher and her studen...

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    Watch: Philip Seymour Hoffman Reflects on Life in This Revealing PBS Short

    In a newly released PBS short, Philip Seymour Hoffman is heard opening up about how sadly nothing was ever enough.

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    Watch: PBS Online Film Festival Unveils Lineup With a Sweet Montage of Entries

    PBS has released a trailer and the lineup for their upcoming Online Film Festival.

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    Timely and Eye-Opening About Veterans: 'Coming Back with Wes Moore'

    In the past decade, we've seen plenty of documentaries and television reports about returning veterans, not to mention the continuing and urgent news stories about delayed benefits. But none of those has the unique personal perspective of Wes Moore, who gives the timely series Coming Back with Wes M...

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    Attention, Filmmakers: Here's How to Create Holograms In Camera

    Our favorite DIY special effects guru Joey Shanks has a new how-to video for filmmakers - this one shows you how to create holograms in camera.

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    5 Daily Tech Stories That Filmmakers (and Film Fans) Must Read: Moviefone Returns, Top Indies in iTunes and More

    Moviefone returns, Tribeca Film Festival on VOD, top indies in iTunes and more of today's top tech news for filmmakers (and film fans).

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