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Full Frame XX: A Time to Celebrate the Unique Persuasive Power of Documentary Films

From Topsail Beach to Kumamoto, the globe comes to Durham in the world-renowned festival's twentieth year.

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Full Frame XX: A Bite-Size Crash Course on the Origins and High Points—Plus, Picks

We take a quick jaunt through Full Frame's history and highlight groups of films that focus on women and North Carolina.

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Full Frame XX: In Steve James's Abacus, a Small Family Bank Is the Lone Scapegoat for the 2008 Mortgage Crisis

We speak with the legendary director of Hoop Dreams and Stevie about his new film and the nature of truth in an anti-fact age.

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Full Frame XX: Far Western Is an Earnest, Intriguing Look at Country Music and Bluegrass in Japan

The documentary is one of many at Full Frame that sheds light on fascinating global subcultures.

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