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  1. You won’t need your boots, puffy coats and wooly hats for next year’s Sundance Film Festival, but the Robert Redford created cinema shindig is still aiming to capture movie fans and Hollywood’s attention, in a semi-virtual fashion. “Each year we sele […]

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  2. HBO Documentary Films will look back on the first two decades of beloved PBS children’s program Sesame Street in the new feature documentary Street Gang: How We Got to Sesame Street, premiering on HBO and HBO Max in 2021. In the late 1960s, media exe […]

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  3. Every November, as families gather for Thanksgiving and look ahead to the end of the year, the film industry starts to dream about Sundance. Well, 2020 may have challenged a lot of annual traditions, but the Sundance one lives on: Yes, the 2021 editi […]

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  4. Feature Documentary Will Allow Fans Past and Present the Ultimate Inside Look into the Creation of the Longest Running Children’s Series. Austin, TX – October 18, 2016 – Macrocosm Entertainment in association with Citizen Skull Productions is proud t […]

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  5. A stroke of luck, John says, was buying a couple of Canon 5Ds. Having exchanged the RV for a Subaru Outback, which was new last year but has thus far logged some 50,000 miles travelling from their Catskill-area home to festivals and filming locations […]

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  6. Two weeks ago, Macrocosm Entertainment, in association with Citizen Skull Productions, announced the production of “Street Gang,” a feature-length documentary about the creation and history of beloved, long-running children’s TV series “Sesame Street […]

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  7. A new documentary will soon tell us how we got, how we got to Sesame Street. Macrocosm Entertainment and Citizen Skull Productions are kickstarting a new feature documentary about the creation and history of the most beloved children’s show of all ti […]

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