An "A+" CinemaScore highlights the film's connection with core audience, so backers believe it will build in coming weeks
Emmy-winner Joe Berlinger tells TheWrap that technology is "a blessing and a curse" for the documentary filmmaker
The deceptive evidence and straw-man arguments of this conservative "filmmaker" would go down easier if the actual filmmaking wasn't so inept
New rules reflect changing times, make voting easier and even redefine what a movie is
"Capitalists are under fire," D'Souza says in the follow-up to his hit documentary "2016: Obama's America"
Rory Kennedy's documentary bows at L.A. Film Festival as another evacuation of Americans takes place near Baghdad
Prolific director Gibney, post-9/11 chronicler Poitras and social change advocate Dreyfous will be honored at 2013 IDA Awards
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Dinesh D'Souza urges moviegoers to help his "America" -- due in theaters on the Fourth of July next year -- send a message to Hollywood's...
Moore's films have been considered works of Swiftian genius because of Moore's leftist politics; my upcoming "America" will explore what the country was, is and should be
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A change in the Oscar documentary process could help unconventional films like "Samsara" and "Searching for Sugar Man" -- but maybe not "2016 Obama's America"
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"Bowling for Columbine" director Michael Moore tells TheWrap that violence will continue until the world has "had its fill" of the U.S.
After Obamacare decision, Bill Simmons tweets, " Today is going to be such an awesome episode of "The Newsroom" in 2 years."
IDA's annual showcase receives a promise that the L.A. Times will review all its films, satisfying tightened Academy regulations
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