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On Tap for 2011: U.S. Docu Filmmakers Eyeing Detroit, U.S. Government and Grave Robbers

3 August 2010 8:30 AM, PDT | ioncinema | See recent ioncinema news »

We got a brief overview of some of the documentary films we'll be surely talking about circa 2011. Thom Powers headed over to Michael Moore's Traverse City Film Festival and in his fifth edition dispatch he reveals some projects that I'll be keeping tabs on - as some will surely be ready for my annual trip to Sundance next year.  Detroit Hustles Harder (Heidi Ewing & Rachel Grady*) Previously directed: 12th & Delaware Subject: This chronicle the lives of several brave men and women that have made a conscious decision to stay in Detroit and attempt to turn the city around. Fightville (Michael Tucker and Petra Epperlein) Previously directed: How to Fold a Flag The Leak Heard Around the World (Judith Ehrlich) Previously directed: Most Dangerous Man in America: Daniel Ellsberg and the Pentagon Papers Subject: This follows "WikiLeaks, the organization that recently circulated classified Us government documents on Afghanistan". Skeleton Picnic »

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Film Sweet Film: A Wrap-Up of the 2010 Florida Film Festival

11 May 2010 1:03 PM, PDT | Cinematical | See recent Cinematical news »

While a good chunk of our team was caught up in covering the Tribeca Film Festival, I was holding down the fort much farther down on the Eastern Seaboard at the 19th annual Florida Film Festival. I saw almost twice as much as I did last year -- thirty features in total, along with the sight of Emma Stone eating fried chicken like normal people do -- so read on to see how many local, regional and world premieres were ultimately worthwhile.

Cleanflix -- Andrew James and Joshua Ligairi's documentary concerns itself with the band of Mormon video shop owners who made a killing with edited copies of R-rated films until Hollywood came a-knockin', and it offers a thorough look at the religious and artistic arguments made on either side of the fight before focusing on one specific owner's misdeeds that took place off-camera and prove all too ironic in context. »

- William Goss

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“Cleanflix” at Stf

28 April 2010 6:43 AM, PDT | Filmmaker Magazine - Blog | See recent Filmmaker Magazine news »

Despite being born and bred on our shores, Mormonism is still something of a fringe religion. For a lot of Americans, there’s something vaguely worrying about its army of clean-cut, nametag wearing missionaries. Neither Hollywood nor the independent film scene have  helped the Mormon case for normalcy – their portrayals tend to fixate on the church’s checkered history with polygamy. Last night’s Stranger Than Fiction featured Cleanflix, a sympathetic look at the more mainstream side of Mormon culture. Directed by Andrew James and Joshua Ligairi, two filmmakers who grew up in the tradition (James is no longer practicing, but Ligairi still is), the documentary follows the rise and fall of a chain of small Utah-based video stores, who »

- Mary Anderson Casavant

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