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In what could be seen as a victory for documentary filmmakers everywhere, Ken Burns has won his battle with New York City over outtakes from his documentary "The Central Park Five." New York federal magistrate Ronald L. Ellis on Tuesday ruled in favor of Burns, as well as his Florentine Films partners Sarah Burns and David McMahon, and quashed the city's subpoena for outtakes and other material from the film. Also read: Ken Burns Defies NYC Subpoena for "Central Park Five" Documentary Material The film examines the case of five men who were »


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