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Freedom Not 'Paradise' For 'West Memphis Three'

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Sparks Fly Over 'Gasland' Drilling Documentary

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Francisco, seen here with his mother, Maria, is one of the students Davis Guggenheim follows in Waiting for Superman. Paramount Vantage hide caption

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Why 'Waiting For Superman' Didn't Get An Oscar Nod

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Banksy's 'Exit' Reveals Street Art Secrets ... Sort Of

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Recyclers Turn Rio 'Waste Land' Into High Art

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Filmmaker Sees 'Inside Job' In Wall Street Crash

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'Restrepo': A Soldier's-Eye View From Afghanistan

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Central character Josh, a young documentarian, and his friends, primarily filmed with cameras concealed in bags. Click the photo to watch the trailer for Burma VJ. Oscilloscope Laboratories hide caption

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'Burma VJ': Documenting The Saffron Revolution

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Kevin, 13, and Fito, 14, are both from Honduras. They hope to find work in the U.S. Click the image to watch the trailer for Which Way Home. Rebecca Cammisa hide caption

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Kids Hop Trains To Border In 'Which Way Home'

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Dolphins Clandestinely Killed In 'The Cove'

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'Food, Inc.' Director Robert Kenner

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'Dangerous Man' Daniel Ellsberg Reflects

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