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  • Screening of "Tested" in NYC with film director Curtis Chin
    "Tested" documentary proving a hot topic
    What I really enjoyed in the screening on September 16th 2014 was the chance to view in person in New York City the topic over its entrance exams known as the SHSAT (specialized high school admissions test) followed with a lively discussion held...
  • The Ataxian
    'The Ataxian' to world premiere at Dances With Films
    “The Ataxian,” a feature-length documentary film from filmmakers Kevin Schlanser and Zack Bennett will world premiere at this year's Dances With Films.The documentary film features biking icon and Friedreich’s ataxia (FA)...
  • Robert Gordon and Morgan Neville directors of 'Best of Enemies'
    'Best of Enemies' opens this year's AFI DOCS
    This year's AFI DOCS will open with director Robert Gordon and Academy Award®-winning director Morgan Neville's "Best of Enemies" featuring William F. Buckley, Jr. and Gore Vidal's explosive debates during the 1968...
  • Sundance faves, silent films & other special screenings start soon
    Sundance faves, silent films & other special screenings start soon
    Sundance winner Slow West starring Michael Fassbender, Kodi Smit-McPhee and Ben Mendelsohn opens this Friday, May 22, at Music Box Theatre on 3733 N. Southport Avenue. The venue will also show Rock Hudson in Magnificent Obsession at 11:30 a.m....
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    Trailer for 'Batkid Begins' Turns a Child's Superhero Dream to Reality
    Gotham City doesn't always have to be such a dark and gloomy place. Back in 2013, for a single day, Batman's crime-riddled town became a place of hope and inspiration. It was on November 15th of that year when thousands of people, using...
  • The Dishonesty Project
    Documentary explores lies and their impact on society
    Have you lied today?Groundbreaking behavioral economist Dan Ariely and his team of scientists explore that question in a fascinating new documentary film from director Yael Melamade that examines the notion of dishonesty and the complex impact...
  • Miss Tibet
    'Miss Tibet: Beauty in Exile' explores cultural identity
    Set high in the Indian Himalayan epicenter of the exiled Tibetan world, filmmaker Norah Shaprio's "Miss Tibet: Beauty in Exile" captures the true story of a Tibetan-American teenager who travels to India to participate in a a Tibetan...
  • Amy Winehouse doc
    Amy Winehouse is a Fallen Star in the Heartbreaking 'Amy' Trailer
    Asif Kapadia (Senna) has received some of the best reviews of the Cannes Film Festival for his Amy Winehouse documentary, Amy, with some calling it a "heartbreaking" look at the troubled singer, whose life tragically ended at the age of...
  • SF DocFest
    SF DocFest announces lineup
    SF IndieFest will launch its 14th edition of the San Francisco Documentary Film Festival (SF DocFest) from June 4-18 at the Roxie, Brava and Vogue Theaters.Opening night will take place June 4 at the Brava Theater followed by two weeks at the...
  • Tiller Russell's "The Seven Five" Examines NYPD's 75th Precinct Scandal
    Tiller Russell's "The Seven Five" Examines NYPD's 75th Precinct Scandal
    Tiller Russell’s very timely documentary “The Seven Five” focuses on the 1980's and 90's, the time when crack cocaine became a real problem on the streets. During that period in New York City’s 75th Precinct,...
  • 'Iris'
    'Iris' review: Vibrant celebration of a fashion icon
    The final film from acclaimed documentary filmmaker Albert Maysles,"Iris" (opening in additional select theaters May 15), is a portrait of renowned style maven Iris Apfel, whose status as a taste maker has influenced U.S. presidents and...
  • I Am Big Bird
    Movie review: 'I Am Big Bird' nostalgic, light look behind the beak
    One of the most unforgettable moments in TV history, for me, was watching Fred Rogers being given the Lifetime Achievement Award at the 1997 Daytime Emmy Awards. Many from my generation grew up with his Mister Rogers' Neighborhood, and...
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    Q&A with 'Made in Japan' director Josh Bishop
    Director Josh Bishop's "Made in Japan" tells the remarkable story of Tomi Fujiyama, the first female Japanese country music star.From playing the USO circuit throughout Asia to headlining in Las Vegas and recording seven albums for...
  • The Breach, directed by Mark Titus
    Seattle filmmaker presents his film "The Breach" with special event this Friday
    Seattle Fisherman & Filmmaker Mark Titus is back in town to show his film after a national tour to spread his powerful message of salmon protection.Seattle resident and Alaskan fishing guide Mark Titus has a love story that has to be told now....
  • John Legend premieres HBO 'Southern Rites' documentary in New York City
    John Legend premieres HBO 'Southern Rites' documentary in New York City
    Executive producer John Legend and director Gillian Laub hosted the New York City premiere of their powerful documentary about race relations in the South, Southern Rites, on May 11, 2015 at the Sunshine Cinema in Manhattan. The film explores the...
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