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Finding Vivian Maier

Tim Roth Invites You to Join Him at a Vivian Maier Exhibition

The actor, who funded the Oscar-nominated movie about the mysterious photography genius, talks his 'Hateful Eight' reunion with Jennifer Jason Leigh on 'Twin Peaks' (a total coincidence) and Quentin Tarantino's new Charles Manson project: "He gives us a time and a place and we're just all there."

How Kickstarter Topped $100M in Documentary Financing (and 10 Unusual Films That Benefited)

'Finders Keepers,' a Sundance sensation that traces the fight over a severed foot, is among the movies that raised money on the crowdfunding site.

Oscars: Oprah Winfrey, Jason Blum and More Big Names You Might Not Know Are Nominated

Diane Warren, Scott Rudin and Gene Siskel's nephew Charlie also are up for Academy Awards for their work behind the scenes.

Phil Donahue on ‘Finding Vivian Maier’: “A Genius Was Living in Our Spare Bedroom” (Guest Column)

The former talk show host shares his unlikely perspective on the subject of the best documentary feature Oscar nominee: He once employed her to take care of his kids.

Oscars: Gene Siskel’s Nephew Beats Roger Ebert Doc for Nomination

Charlie Siskel and co-director John Maloof received a best documentary Oscar nomination for 'Finding Vivian Maier,' while Steve James' 'Life Itself' was left out.

‘Boyhood,’ ‘Imitation Game,’ ‘Whiplash’ Among Eddie Nominees for Editing

In nine of the past 12 years, the winner of American Cinema Editors' best edited dramatic feature category went on to win the Oscar in editing

IDA Nominations: Doc Community Gets Behind ‘Citizenfour,’ ‘Finding Vivian Maier’ (Analysis)

The IDA and the Academy don't always agree — '20 Feet From Stardom' was snubbed by the former but won with the Oscar last year — but are usually pretty in-tune

Genius in a Storage Locker: The Story Behind ‘Finding Vivian Maier’

Director John Maloof shares his journey to unravel the mystery of an anonymous photographer -- now considered one of the greatest of the modern era -- that he discovered totally by accident.

Finding Vivian Maier: Toronto Review

Directors John Maloof and Charlie Siskel explore the life of one of America's greatest street photographers, who was a complete unknown until Maloof bought a box with her negatives.

Toronto: Submarine and HanWay Select Teams to Tout U.S. Photographer Vivian Maier Doc

The feature-length tale, which recounts the discovery of the Chicago native's photos and the subsequent art world, will debut during TIFF.