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Two-Time Oscar Winner Barbara Kopple: ‘Miss Sharon Jones!’ Director Says This Is the Golden Age of Documentaries

2 August 2016 7:56 AM, PDT | Indiewire | See recent Indiewire news »

Barbara Kopple has already won a lifetime achievement award for her work as a documentarian, but the legendary filmmaker isn’t resting on her laurels in the slightest. The two-time Oscar winner’s latest film “Miss Sharon Jones!” hit theaters in New York on July 29, and Kopple is already in post-production on her next project, a documentary about transgender internet personality Gigi Gorgeous. “Miss Sharon Jones!” will open in Los Angeles on Friday before expanding to San Francisco, Boston, and dozens of other U.S. cities. The film had its world premiere at the 2015 Toronto International Film Festival

Read More: How ‘Miss Sharon Jones!’ Turns a Musical Icon Into a Documentary Crowdpleaser

Shot over the course of three years, the documentary follows funk and soul singer Sharon Jones as she battles cancer and prepares to mount a comeback with her band The Dap-Kings. Even more impressive than Jones’s gift »

- Graham Winfrey

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‘Killing The Colorado’ Exclusive Clip: A Hard Look At The Man-Made Water Shortage That Threatens The American West

18 July 2016 9:28 AM, PDT | Indiewire | See recent Indiewire news »

The upcoming documentary “Killing The Colorado” examines the man-made water crisis that’s affecting the American West. At one point, water was an abundant necessity, and now it’s a scarce and complex commodity. Though many efforts have been taken to curb excessive water use in the West, it’s not clear shorter showers and ripping out lawns will make any discernible difference. While recent drought conditions have diminished the once-mighty Colorado River — the source of the vast majority of the West’s water — experts are now wondering whether the most severe shortages have been caused not by weather or consumer choices but by short-sighted policies and poor planning. Did we cause this crisis, and can we find a way to fix it? Watch an exclusive clip from the doc below.

Read More: Robert Redford Producing Factual Drama ‘The West’ For Discovery Channel

The film is from Oscar-winning filmmakers Rob Epstein »

- Vikram Murthi

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