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  1. Fandor and Factory 25 Pact For Day-and-Date Release of Seven Indie Films

    11:08 am 6/25/2015

    The lineup includes first features by Lynn Shelton and Alexandre Rockwell.Read more

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  2. Female Directors Better Represented in Festival Films Than Blockbusters (Study)

    11:29 am 6/3/2015

    Only 7 percent of the highest-grossing films in 2014 may have been directed by women, but a new study shows that women accounted for 23 percent of directors of feature-films screened at film festivals over the past 12 months.Read more

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  3. ‘Who Took Johnny’: Thessaloniki Review

    4:13 am 4/17/2015

    Part whodunit, part conspiracy story and part essay on the relationship between the media and victims of crime, this documentary investigates what might have happened to still-missing paperboy Johnny GoschRead more

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  4. Tig Notaro Doc to Open 2015 Hot Docs Festival

    9:07 am 3/17/2015

    The Los Angeles comic's unlikely survival story after battling cancer and losing her mother in one year will open North America's largest documentary festival. Read more

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  5. From Batkid to Mountain Gorillas, Hollywood Is Turning Hot Docs Into Features

    5:00 am 2/19/2015

    Julia Roberts buys film remake rights in the latest deal as "blueprints to a story" replace books and articles and Sandra Bullock and Leo DiCaprio star in real-life tales.Read more

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  6. 2015 Slamdance Winners Announced

    11:02 pm 1/29/2015

    'Across the Sea' wins the audience award for narrative feature and 'Tired Moonlight' the jury prize. Documentary 'Sweet Micky for President' picks up two prizes. Read more

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  7. Slamdance: Dennis Rodman's North Korea Doc Among Films in 2015 Competition

    8:56 am 12/1/2014

    Films starring Wyclef Jean, 'Pretty Little Liars' actress Ashley Benson and 'Girls' actor Alex Karpovsky will also screen in January in Park CityRead more

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  8. Cheatin’: Goteborg Review

    5:55 am 2/22/2014

    Veteran animator Bill Plympton, best known for his shorts, commercials and music-video work, writes, produces, directs and hand-draws this adults-only tale of love and infidelityRead more

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  9. Huntington's Dance: Slamdance Review

    2:06 pm 1/28/2014

    Chris Furbee's documentary explores his own personal struggle with the neurological disorder Huntington's disease.Read more

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  10. Copenhagen: Slamdance Review

    11:28 am 1/24/2014

    Mark Raso makes his directorial debut with a film that centers on an age-inappropriate relationship.Read more

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