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Al Gore To Speak At Documentary Symposium

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Monday, October 29--------Former Vice President and possible Presidential candidate Al Gore will give the Keynote Speech at the sympsium A DAY OF DIALOGUE: THE FUTURE OF NON-FICTION FILM. Gore, who recently was a co-winner of the Nobel Peace Prize and whose film AN INCOVENIENT TRUTH (directed by Davis Guggenheim) won the Oscar this past year as Best Documentary, is expected to talk about the current state of the world of documentary and non-fiction reportage and where it is heading in the future.

The Symposium, which is organized by CurrentTV, the cable/satellite/web information network and Fader Films (the production arm of Fader Magazine), will be held at the Tribeca Cinemas on Tuesday, November 6th. The event will feature discussions with emerging and veteran filmmakers interested in socially relevant nonfiction topics.  

The participants include a who's who of bigwigs from the indie film world. Directors Heidi Ewing and Rachel Grady (JESUS CAMP), Albert Maysles (GIMME SHELTER), Morgan Spurlock (SUPER SIZE ME), Alex Gibney (TAXI TO THE DARKSIDE) and Marc Levin (MR. UNTOUCHABLE) will join industry veterans John Sloss (Cinetic Media), Eammon Bowles (Magnolia Pictures) and Bingham Ray (Sidney Kimmel Entertainment) for the timely discussion.  

The Forum will begin with the helming talk "Inside the Directors Studio," followed by filmmakers breaking into small groups to meet with sales agents, film fest programmers and ditribution execs. Participants will be able to pitch their ideas to a Current TV creative exec at the end of the day. For more information, log on to the Current TV website:


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