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Latin Side Of The Doc
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An intimate portrait of one of Gaul's first, and classiest, transsexuals.
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"I'm almost starting to think a bad economy makes for better artists," John Cooper noted as he unveiled the lineup of the 28th annual Sundance Film Festival, marking his third year as director of…
A content-driven rendez-vous for the international documentary business, the 21-year-old Sunny Side of the Doc, in France's La Rochelle, has become one of the world's top co-prod forums and…
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