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The Unknown Known – documentary offers no justification but lots of political rhetoric

The Unknown Known – documentary offers no justification but lots of political rhetoric

The Unknown Known, Errol Morris’ interview with American politician and principal architect of the Iraq war, Donald Rumsfeld, adds little to our memory of the politician’s performances at press conferences, but vividly conveys how one man’s self-delusion and self-importance came to change the course of American history. … Read entire article »

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Documentaries and doc events at the Berlinale

Documentaries and doc events at the Berlinale

The Berlinale takes documentaries seriously. This is not only reflected by the fact that this year no fewer than 64 docs are screening in the various festival programmes, but also in the wide range of workshops, panels and presentations that are taking place in Berlin right now. … Read entire article »

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Untitled New York Review Of Books documentary by Martin Scorsese screens at Berlinale

Untitled New York Review Of Books documentary by Martin Scorsese screens at Berlinale

Untitled New York Review Of Books Documentary directed by Martin Scorsese and David Tedeschi will be shown at the Berlinale as a work in progress. The screening will be followed by a discussion with the filmmakers and key contributors. … Read entire article »

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