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Documentary (genre)

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  • "Most Valuable Players" to kick off free family films at SteelStacks

     
    Bring your family to SteelsStacks in Bethlehem this summer to enjoy some of your favorite movies under the stars. ArtsQuest announced its new Summer Family Movies Series Wednesdays June 13 to Aug. 15 at Levitt Pavilion. Movies will start at 8 p.m. and...
  • Discovery Channel crashes plane for documentary

     
    Discovery Channel crashed a plane for a documentary....
  • Memorial Day 2012 programming

     
    Here's a look at the various specials and movies airing on and around this Memorial Day, which remember those who have served in the military, and particularly those who were lost. All times are Eastern. Programming subject to updates; check back for...
  • “Raw Faith” explores former minister Marilyn Sewell’s long journey to happiness

     
    For something that seems to play such a prominent role in society, spirituality doesn't often get the serious and honest exploration it does in Raw Faith. The documentary, which premieres May 20 at 8pm on Documentary Channel, follows two years in the life...
  • Coming soon: 'Happy Valley,' the movie

     
    Two weeks before the Jerry Sandusky trial begins, a pair of production companies announced they will team produce a documentary about the saga. Production is scheduled to begin this month on "Happy Valley," which will delve into Sandusky case and......
  • Filmmaker finds creative stride with gritty cop tale 'Polisse'

     
    The model-turned-film director Maiwenn is on screens now with her third feature, “Polisse.” The gritty ensemble drama that has earned kudos for its strong performances and semi-documentary style storytelling. The story revolves around the...
  • Ken Burns' 'The Dust Bowl' highlights PBS fall lineup

     
    PBS' new fall lineup includes a new British drmas, "Call The Midwife" and a new Ken Burns documentary about 1930s America, "The Dust Bowl"...
  • Cannes 2012: Weinstein Co. buys Libyan revolution documentary

     
    CANNES, France -- For the second time in as many days at the Cannes Film Festival, Harvey Weinstein has gotten political. The independent-film mogul has bought “The Oath of Tobruk,” a documentary about the 2011 Libyan revolution directed by...
  • Day of The Living Trial Lawyers: Lawmakers gifted with DVD copies of anti-tort reform documentary.

     
    Just A Quick Aside Before Lunch: Philly lawyers Ken Rothweiler and Nancy Winkler, both of the Pennsylvania Association for Justice (nee the Pennsylvania Trial Lawyers Association) swung through the Capitol press room this morning to let us know that they....
  • Indie films find financial backers online through Kickstarter

     
    Increasingly, websites such as Kickstarter and its chief rival, Indiegogo, are helping ultra-low-budget productions make their way into movie theaters. Looking to raise money to finance a movie's production or distribution, a filmmaker will take his or...
  • Home theater: Robert Pattinson makes ladies swoon in 'Bel Ami'

     
    In this new column on 24 Frames, we look at some of the most interesting titles coming to VOD, DVD and Blu-ray. This week, "Twilight" heartthrob Robert Pattinson makes ladies swoon in the French period drama "Bel Ami."...