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  1. ArcLight and Slamdance Extend Cinema Club Program

    10:26 am 6/8/2016

    The screening lineup includes such films as 'Excursions' and 'If There's a Hell Below.'Read more

  2. 'Los Punks: We Are All We Have': Slamdance Review

    4:47 pm 1/29/2016

    Angela Boatwright tours the slapped-together but durable world of L.A.'s backyard punk scene.Read more

  3. Slamdance: 'The Million Dollar Duck' Wins Top Audience, Jury Documentary Feature Awards

    9:31 pm 1/28/2016

    The audience award for best narrative feature went to Alex Simmons' 'Honey Buddies'Read more

  4. Lionsgate, Discovery Nab Multi-Territory Rights to 'Million Dollar Duck' Doc

    1:54 pm 1/25/2016

    The partners picked up the U.S., Canada and U.K. rights to the Slamdance duck-stamp contest tale. Read more

  5. 'Art of the Prank': Slamdance Review

    7:00 pm 1/24/2016

    Andrea Marini follows lifelong media hoaxer Joey Skaggs.Read more

  6. ‘Chemical Cut’: Slamdance Review

    12:00 pm 1/23/2016

    Former 'ANTM' contender Marjorie Conrad makes her feature debut at Slamdance.Read more

  7. 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

  8. 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

  9. ‘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

  10. 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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