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SXSW unveils film festival lineup, including new Steve Jobs documentary

SXSW, one of the year’s biggest celebrations of startups, film, and music, kicks off next month. The weeklong festival’s film lineup has just been announced, and it features a number of heavy hitters, including the world premiere of Oscar-winning director Alex Gibney’s new documentary Steve Jobs: The Man in the Machine.

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Link About It: Dots to Lines Documentary

Dots to Lines Documentary


If you’ve ever looked up a “best-of” list for tattoos, chances are you’ve seen the work of Chaim Machlev. The Berlin-based tattoo artist is highly regarded for his intricate geometric tattoos and is a master of the dot-work technique. In order to further……

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Interview: Yung Lenox on the “Live Fast, Draw Yung” Documentary : Our interview with the seven-year-old “foremost doodler of rap” about his passions and upcoming film

Interview: Yung Lenox on the

If you’re not yet aware of the little creative phenomenon that is Yung Lenox, prepare to be charmed by the seven-year-old artist who spends many of his free hours creating illustrations of rappers and iconic hip-hop album covers. From Cam’ron’s pink……

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Rebuilding Budapest’s Skateboard Scene: Balázs Jassek refurbishes a skatepark and films a documentary with the help of Vodafone’s “Firsts” campaign

Rebuilding Budapest's Skateboard Scene


In spite of what the stadium hosted competitions, televised events and billboard cameos may portray, much of the core skateboard industry is suffering. To combat this, a sub-sect of small, independent brands have popped up both stateside and in Northern Europe, pushing skateboarding…

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The Alps Project by Documentary Photographer Ettore Moni

2Documentary Photographer Ettore Moni has taken images of beautiful mountain landscapes being taken over by man made buildings, he has entitled the project 'Alps'. Ettore uses a large-format camera (4×5) and uses no post production in his images.  The pictures of this inquiry aim at upsetting the viewers to make them feel like any mountain enthusiast who at […]
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This documentary about the web needs your support

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The creation and development of the web is a story that’s always been worthy of a film treatment, but no one has stepped up until now. The two Matts of Bearded have set out to capture a transitional moment in the history of the web, the moment at which the proliferation of mobile devices is bringing about a monumental shift in how we consume and build websites.




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Speed Sisters: The Middle East’s All-Female Motor Racing Team: Amber Fares’ upcoming documentary follows five talented women unafraid to take risks on and off the driving course

Speed Sisters: The Middle East's All-Female Motor Racing Team


The Speed Sisters (aka Betty, Marah, Mona, Rhana and Noor) are the subject of a documentary by Amber Fares. The film—which is still in production—follows the lives of the Middle East’s first all-female motor racing team,…

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Watch the trailer for Aaron Swartz documentary ‘The Internet’s Own Boy’

Those advocating for the reform of hacking laws have rallied around Aaron Swartz’s cause from the beginnings of his prosecution through his suicide last year while facing with the possibility of 35 years in prison. In the short time since, filmmaker Brian Knappenberger has created The Internet’s Own Boy, a documentary that traces Swartz’s early impact on the web and details his struggle with the government after being caught downloading a mass of copyrighted articles from the digital library JSTOR. The film premiered in January at Sundance, where Swartz’s father and brothers were around to speak about Aaron, his case, and his work. Its first trailer has just debuted, and the documentary itself will be released on June 27th.

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Mistaken For Strangers: Behind-the-scenes brotherly love in Tom Berninger’s unscripted documentary about indie rock band The National

Mistaken For Strangers


The National is a band of brothers. Twins Aaron and Bryce Dessner both play guitar and piano, while siblings Scott and Bryan Devendorf play bass and drums, respectively. Lead singer Matt Berninger is technically the fraternal…

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Interview: Frank Pavich, Director of Jodorowsky’s Dune: The filmmaker on his breakout documentary, about one of the greatest movies never made

Interview: Frank Pavich, Director of Jodorowsky’s Dune


by Charlotte Anderson Some 10 years before David Lynch’s 1984 adaptation of the popular science fiction novel “Dune” by Frank Herbert, Chilean-French filmmaker (and icon) Alejandro Jodorowsky was already penning his own screenplay. His goal was ambitious: to create a philosophically minded, aesthetically…

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