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Outbreak

The thriller occupies the same territory as countless science fiction movies about deadly invasions and high-tech conspiracies, but has been made with intelligence and an…

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Planes, Trains and Automobiles

It is perfectly cast and soundly constructed, and all else flows naturally. Steve Martin and John Candy don't play characters; they embody themselves.

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Hot Docs 2017: Table of Contents

The following Table of Contents includes our updating coverage of the 2017 Hot Docs Festival, as written by Matt Fagerholm. 

"78/52"

"78/52" Interview with director Alexandre O. Philippe 

"A Bastard Child"

"Becoming Bond"

"Bee Nation"

"Bill Nye: Science Guy"

"Bobbi Jene"

"Bring the Jews Home"

"Communion"

"Erotica: A Journey Into Female Sexuality"

"Gilbert" Interview with subject Gilbert Gottfried

"I Am Not Another You" Interview with director Nanfu Wang

"Maison du Bonheur"

"PACmen"

"Playing God"

"Rat Film" Interview with director Theo Anthony

"Shingal, Where Are You?"

"Spettacolo"

"Spookers"

"Tiger Spirit"

"Unarmed Verses"

"Whitney: Can I Be Me"

"You're Soaking In It" 

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