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An Infamous Date: Indiewire @ Hulu Remembers Pearl Harbor & WWII

This week marks the 70th anniversary of the Japanese attack on Pearl Harbor on December 7, 1941 - the event that mobilized America to enter World War II.

How "Khodorkovsky" Turns A Russian Oligarch Into a Free-Speech Martyr

In 2004, Russian oligarch Mikhail Khodorkovsky was on his private jet when he was arrested for tax fraud and oil theft; he was later sentenced to prison in a remote Siberian penitentiary. The scandal created headlines around the world, but in "Khodorkovsky," filmmaker Cyril Tuschi puts forward a very different view: Khodorkovsky may have been the victim of Vladimir Putin's territorial rage when the affluent businessman refused to stay out of political affairs.

Docs to Feast on During American Thanksgiving Weekend

As Americans celebrate the Thanksgiving weekend with food and family, this week's Indiewire-curated selections on Hulu's Documentaries page explore our at-times complicated relationship with both the good and the bad that we put into our bodies.

For Your Consideration: 10 Incredible Documentaries That Weren't Nominated For An Oscar

Last week the Academy offered up their annual dose of documentary-related controversy with the shortlist for their best documentary feature category.

Danish Doc Duo Debuts With IDFA's "Ballroom Dancer"

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Filmmakers: Christian Bonke and Andreas Koefoed

Home Country: Denmark

Clips From PBS Doc “Steve Jobs — One Last Thing”

“Steve Jobs — One Last Thing,” a new PBS documentary about the late Apple CEO, is now streaming in its entirety on starting today.

Through interviews with Jobs’ former colleagues, the documentary provides an inside look at the man and some of the major influences that helped shape his life and career.

REVIEW | Wiseman Meets Malick and Punk Rock in Fascinating Skater Doc “Dragonslayer”

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An Exclusive Look at “NEWSREELS: Reports from Occupy Wall Street by Jem Cohen”

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“I’m frantically making these,” says Jem Cohen. “I’m just figuring out in my mind what these are.”

Masks & Make-Believe for Halloween

This week’s indieWIRE-curated selections on Hulu’s Documentaries page turns to the world of non-fiction for Halloween costume inspiration. These docs feature vampires, superheroes, monsters, elves, Stormtroopers and more.

“Andrew Bird: Fever Year”—And Why You May Not Ever See The Film

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Xan Aranda’s debut, “Andrew Bird: Fever Year,” was one of few world premieres at the New York Film Festival and it feels like a discovery. It isn’t a concert film and it certainly isn’t a personal documentary. However, it’s a music documentary that’s entertaining, lyrical and oddly revealing. And it’s definitely worth seeing—if you can.

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