Despite his films having covered such topics as mental health, welfare, public housing, and the juvenile court system, documentarian Frederick Wiseman, whose works include "Boxing Gym," "La Danse,"…
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Ask a Neil Young fan to describe the keys to understanding his music, and one is likely to hear about his songwriting brilliance, his electric guitar heroics, his incisive views on the victories and…
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A preview of upcoming Oliver Stone docu skein "The Untold History of the World" and HBO doc "Paradise Lost 3: Purgatory," with new footage based on recent events, are on the New York Film Festival's…
The Venice Film Festival's independently run Venice Days section has unveiled a strong mix of name auteurs and promising newcomers in its lineup of 12 titles, 10 of which are world preems.
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