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“C.O.G.” is the first-ever film adaptation of a David Sedaris essay, one in which Sedaris tells of his first venture west as a recent and pretentious college graduate.
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The documentary “Gideon’s Army” follows the lives of three public defenders whose clients are unable to afford bail or an attorney.
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“Valentine Road” is a documentary exploring the brutal murder of a gay eighth-grader, Larry King, by Brandon McInerney, a fellow student who hated gays.
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COMMENTARY: Spike Lee does the right thing by religion

PARK CITY, Utah (RNS) Imagine my surprise when Spike Lee's new film, "Red Hook Summer," delivered a humorous, honest look at the vibrancy, complexity, sincerity and messiness of Christianity in the African-American community. By Dick Staub. 750.
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Gay bishop documentary ‘Love Free or Die’ takes center stage at Sundance

"If my story can help a young boy or girl in their teens believe they can have a wonderful and productive life and family," says the Episcopal Church's first openly gay bishop, V. Gene Robinson, "then it's worth my putting up with a film crew following me around for two years in order to comfort and inspire them."
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