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  • 'Personal Gold'
    'Personal Gold' documentary review: Bronze-medal effort fails to inspire
    On paper, "Personal Gold" (featured during the Seattle International Film Festival) hasevery element of a truly inspiring underdog story. This quartet of American cyclists attempt to compete as a team against other national teams with...
  • 'End of the Tour'
    Seattle International Film Festival 2015 day 17 suggestions
    May 30: Day 17 of the Seattle International Film Festival features films about an enigmatic and troubled author, the possibility of an imminent mass extinction and a world where cats can talk back to their owners. Today's festival highlights...
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    Netflix Pix: Mysteries of the Unseen World (2013)
    In 2013, National Geographic investigated the world around us in nano scale in the film, Mysteries of the Unseen World. This documentary is offered now on Netflix and is a must-see for the family, especially those who hold an interest in...
  • 'Mr. Holmes'
    Seattle International Film Festival 2015 day 16 suggestions
    May 29: Day 16 of the Seattle International Film Festival features a new take on a classic literary figure, a familiar face in movies telling his personal stories and a refreshing take on a rom-com plot. Today's festival highlights include:...
  • Dark Star H.R. Giger
    Movie Review: 'Dark Star: H.R. Giger's World'
    By Kyle OsborneEven if you're not a fan of his dark, enigmatic, some might even say disturbing art, chances are you'd at least recognize the eerie images wrought by Swiss artist H.R. Giger. He won an Oscar for his work on the cult classic...
  • 'Uncertain'
    'Uncertain' documentary review: Haunting portrait of a town on the fringe
    The U.S. documentary "Uncertain" (screeningat the Seattle International Film Festival) is a pondering examination of a small town tucked away at the edge of civilization - an enigmatic corner of Texas where people that have led troubled...
  • The Big Lonely
    'The Big Lonely' premiering at Dances With Films
    Documenting the seventh winter of one man’s extraordinary isolation in the Oregon wilderness, “The Big Lonely” captures the essence of resilience, survival, and durability of the human spirit in director David Manougian's...
  • Leon Cooper search for MIAs featured in Return to the Philippines documentary
    DGA Memorial Day Premiere of ‘Return to the Philippines’ to highlight MIAs
    Celebrities, filmmakers, Marines and Coast Guard from Camp Pendleton, media and fans will attend a red carpet Memorial Day Celebration on Monday, May 25, 2015, at the Directors Guild of America (DGA) in Los Angeles, California, for the premiere of...
  • 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...
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