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Source:  The Washington Post

Chicago moviemaker Steve James has always stayed ahead of the documentary film industry.

Maybe too far ahead.

James brought a then-unheard-of narrative sensibility to his 1994 basketball documentary “Hoop Dreams.” He embedded dangerously in the lives of anti-gang activists in his 2011 investigation “The Interrupters.” And he turned a documentary about a film critic into a meditation on religion, sex, parenthood and cinema with his 2014 Roger Ebert examination “Life, Itself.”

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