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It's the rare documentary filmmaker who becomes a recognizable figure. Morgan Spurlock is one of the few. With his newest documentary feature, "Mansome," headed into theatres next week, Indiewire has selected a number of Morgan's films, TV episodes, and special appearances for our latest curated Hulu's Documentaries page. Morgan Spurlock emerged from the premiere of his first film, "Super Size Me," with the Documentary Directing Award from the 2004 Sundance Film Festival and a breakout hit. Putting his own body through the challenge of eating nothing but McDonald's for an entire month, he scored theatrical distribution, an Oscar nomination, real world impact, and established a bona fide career as a documentary filmmaker. In an episode of the Fox Movie Channel's series "Life After Film School," a group of film school students interview Spurlock about how his own time in film school, how he became a documentarian, and the »

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