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  • Shane Salerno's decade-long obsession with J.D. Salinger

    Shane Salerno's decade-long obsession with J.D. Salinger
    When Shane Salerno turned 40 last year, he decided it was finally time to let his obsession go.
  • New crop of documentaries make the case for prosecutorial misconduct

    It was after a late screening and the group of several hundred was aggrieved, its moral hackles raised. "How could they treat him so badly?" one audience member asked. "An injustice," said another. "What can people do with their frustrations?" asked...

    Central Park Five: Money was not the issue in settlement with NYC

    Central Park Five: Money was not the issue in settlement with NYC
    Twenty-five years later, Kevin Richardson can't talk about the Central Park Five case without breaking down in tears. Raymond Santana can't talk about it without his bitterness showing through. Yusef Salaam can't talk about it without shaking his head...

    Reel Critics: This 'Playing' is no keeper

    Reel Critics: This 'Playing' is no keeper
    "Playing for Keeps" employs every cliché in the PG-13 romantic comedy playbook. But the comedy is in short supply as the laughs prove to be few and far between. The end result is a big, steaming bowl of romantic mush with little connection to the...

    Ken Burns, Alex Gibney, others headline Toronto documentary lineup

    Ken Burns, Alex Gibney, others headline Toronto documentary lineup
    Ken Burns, Alex Gibney and Julien Temple headline the Toronto International Film Festival's documentary lineup this year, a program that also features work by Marina Zenovich and Matthew Cooke. Fans of nonfiction film can take in movies on everything...