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9/11 is a 2002 French-American documentary film about the Septe...

wikipedia - 12 Sep 2016
9/11 is a 2002 French-American documentary film about the September 11 attacks in New York City, in which two planes crashed into the buildings of the World Trade Center. The film is from the point of view of the New York City Fire Department. The film was directed by Jules and Gedeon Naudet, and FDNY firefighter James Hanlon.
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Dan Savage's Hump! Film Fest is Nov. 9-11 at The Broad Theater

bestofneworleans.com - 09 Nov 2017
There's sex between straight, gay and transgender participants, as well as films with no sex or nudity. There are several comedies as well as an animated film. But there's also great diversity in what filmmakers wanted to do. Some couples are just ...
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HUMP! Film Festival returns to New Orleans Nov. 9-11

bestofneworleans.com - 06 Nov 2017
Film Festival. Two of them are easy to spot in the slate of 2017 films, which screen Nov. 9-11 at The Broad Theater. In one film, one of the props is altered to "Make America Gape Again," a fitting public service announcement for the full spectrum of ...
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'My Name Is Khan': A Film That Still Finds Relevance Today

HuffPost - 21 Nov 2017
There's something truly incredible about coming across a movie that not only captures your attention with its unmistakable originality but touches your heart with the message it conveys. And when it's Bollywood, an industry known for making films that ...
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9/11 musical Come From Away being adapted for film

Looper - 15 Nov 2017
The September 11-invoking, Tony Award-winning Broadway musical Come From Away is heading from stage to screen, according to a news item by The Hollywood Reporter. The movie will be written by Irene Sankoff and David Hein, the couple who wrote ...
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Does Justice League do any of its heroes justice?

The Verge - 20 Nov 2017
This past weekend, Justice League finally landed in theaters. The movie was meant to be Warner Bros.' answer to The Avengers; the crowning achievement of the DC Extended Universe. But those plans hit some speed bumps along the way. Batman v.

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