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We are not tired of talking about new projects of the educational service Arzamas. This time we offer you to pay attention to the documentary podcast made with the participation of the Beat Film Festival. The show features five episodes of individual films, from the story of a tightrope walker to a movie about Bob Dylan's tour: Finding the Sugarman by Malik Benjellul, The Thin Blue Line by Errol Morris, The Man on a Wire by James Marsh, Don't Look Back by Donna Alan Pennebaker, Give Me Home by the Maysles Brothers and The Act of Murder by Joshua Oppenheimer.
Of course, the matter is not limited to the description of cinema - film critics discuss, for example, how much the director can interfere with what he is shooting, and where the line lies between an impartial description and the author's interpretation of events. In addition to the Arzamas site, you can listen to the podcast on SoundCloud, Apple's podcast app, or Arzamas' own app.