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  1. 'Life, Animated' Director Roger Ross Williams: Documentaries "Can Be Uplifting and Positive"

    5:01 am 11/15/2016

    'Life, Animated' is "an uplifting, positive story about going into the older world of Owen, who has autism," Williams said.Read more

  2. 'O.J.: Made in America' Director Edelman: "Fundamentally the Story Was Going to Be About Race" | Documentary Oscar Roundtable

    5:00 am 11/15/2016

    "The story of O.J. always was a story about the city of Los Angeles and the black community here and the Los Angeles Police Department," said Ezra Edelman.Read more

  3. 'Life, Animated' Director Roger Ross Williams: Documentaries "Can be Uplifting and Positive" | Documentary Oscar Roundtable

    8:00 am 11/14/2016

    'Life, Animated' is "an uplifting, positive story about going into the older world of Owen, who has autism," said the film's director, Roger Ross Williams.Read more

  4. Documentary Roundtable: 'O.J.,' 'Weiner' Filmmakers and 4 More on Dealing With Death Onscreen and When to Turn the Camera Off

    6:00 am 11/14/2016

    THR gathered six non-fiction filmmakers — Ezra Edelman ('O.J.: Made in America'), Werner Herzog ('Into the Inferno,' 'Lo and Behold'), Kirsten Johnson ('Cameraperson'), Josh Kriegman ('Weiner'), Raoul Peck ('I Am Not Your Negro') and Roger Ross Williams ('Life, Animated') — for a discussion about when to intercede in a scene, how much brutality to reveal on screen and why the diversity issue is "worse" in the doc world.Read more

  5. 'Into the Inferno' & 'Lo and Behold' Director Werner Herzog "Lifts the Audience to a Very High Level" | Documentary Oscar Roundtable

    5:00 am 11/14/2016

    Herzog tells a story about some police officers who tried to confiscate his footage.Read more

  6. 'I Am Not Your Negro' Director Raoul Peck Was "Just the Messenger" of Baldwin's Words | Documentary Oscar Roundtable

    5:00 am 11/14/2016

    "The starting point of the movie are the words of a person, a great author, James Baldwin."Read more

  7. 'Cameraperson' Director Kirsten Johnson: "We All Have These Blind Spots" | Documentary Oscar Roundtable

    5:00 am 11/14/2016

    "I reached out to all the directors that I worked with and talked to them about, 'can I use this footage in my film? And it will be used differently in my film than it has been used in your film.'"Read more

  8. 'O.J.: Made in America' Director Ezra Edelman: "Fundmentally the Story Was Going to be About Race" | Documentary Oscar Roundtable

    5:00 am 11/14/2016

    "The story of O.J. always was a story about the City of Los Angeles and the black community here and the Los Angeles Police Department," said 'O.J.: Made in America' director Ezra Edelman.Read more

  9. 'Weiner' Director Josh Kriegman on Anthony Weiner Becoming a "Caricature" | Documentary Oscar Roundtable

    12:30 pm 11/8/2016

    "He really became this one-dimensional punchline," said the director.Read more

  10. 'Silence' Producer Emma Tillinger Koskoff Is Martin Scorsese's Right Hand | Producer Oscar Roundtable

    8:00 am 11/8/2016

    "[Scorsese] really listened, and I just tried to keep him focused. Problem-solving left and right, keeping Marty safe and not distracted by having to re-shoot and making the day."Read more

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