Magnolia Acquires Music Doc 'Muscle Shoals' (Video) 9 weeks ago
Magnolia Pictures has acquired the U.S. theatrical rights to "Muscle Shoals," a documentary about the legendary Muscle Shoals...
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With budget shortfalls, vicious infighting and a power shift in Washington, make no mistake -- public media is under attack
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Creating documentaries that still matter 40 years later
Move, due to fee increases, makes the West Coast station the country's largest independent public television company
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The weekly half-hour review show returns to its birthplace, with Christy Lemire and Elvis Mitchell as critics and Ebert doing weekly segments
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Hardware handed out Sept. 21 at Time Warner Center in NYC.
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The actor tells TheWrap: "You can’t shy away from a moment when it’s there”