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Compelling enough to convert even non-fans of "Take It Easy" and other anti-activist '70s hits, director Alison Ellwood's epic docu "History of the Eagles -- Part One" treats the 20th century's…
Michael Apted will receive the Directors Guild's 2013 Robert B. Aldrich Award for extraordinary service to the DGA and its membership.
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An aptly infuriating expose of sexual abuse within the U.S. military, Kirby Dick's docu "The Invisible War" calls high-ranking officials to account for turning a blind eye to a violent epidemic.
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A tastefully provocative, ultimately haunting look at extramarital temptation.
Charles Ferguson's film is the definitive screen investigation of the global economic crisis.
Stabbed in the chest with scissors by her mentally ill mom, the titular teen in "The Haunting of Molly Hartley" has an understandably tough time in prep school -- but she certainly won't fail to…
VH1 Classic has a Positively Fourth Street treat on Thanksgiving for overstuffed Bob Dylan fans. As if there isn’t enough Dylan fever stirred up by the impending release of Todd Haynes’ biopic "I’m…
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