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Amy Winehouse’s father denounces Amy Oscars win

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Amy, the Asif Kapadia-directed documentary about the life of Amy Winehouse, was crowned Best Documentary Feature at Sunday’s Oscars ceremony, but the late singer’s father isn’t among those celebrating the win.

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Noomi Rapace in talks to play Amy Winehouse in biopic

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Months after the very good documentary about her life became an indie success story, Amy Winehouse is reportedly getting the biopic treatment, and there’s already someone lined up for the role.

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An Oasis doc from the Amy filmmakers is in the works

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There’s been no concrete progress toward an Oasis reunion, but the famed Manchester rockers will at least appear on big screens in the form of a documentary.

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2015's 10 best films so far, from an animated hit to can't-miss documentaries

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As we enter the tail end of the summer blockbuster season, we take a look back at the best movies of the first half of the year, which include an animated feature about talking emotions and a handful of can’t-miss documentaries.

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Watch Amy Winehouse record 'Back to Black'

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The documentary Amy arrived in select theaters last weekend and quickly established itself as a force in the summer movie universe, garnering rave reviews and scoring a healthy box office. The story of Amy Winehouse is familiar but no less tragic or engaging, and Amy is the rare documentary that relies primarily on the words of its late subject, creating a remarkably intimate portrait of an artist at work and at play. 

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Amy Winehouse's boyfriend blasts new documentary 'Amy' as a 'slur upon her'

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With Amy, the illuminating new documentary about neo-soul chanteuse Amy Winehouse arriving in theaters Friday, director Asif Kapadia set himself an outwardly selfless aim: to undo some of the damage caused by years of sensational tabloid coverage of the singer’s self-destructiv

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Amy: EW review

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What can another posthumous story tell us about someone who’s already been the subject of a thousand eulogies? A lot, it turns out. Amy is the second major documentary this year to find something fresh to say about a star whose brief life and untimely death had seemingly been pillaged for every last half-truth and salacious detail. The first, April’s almost painfully intimate Kurt Cobain portrait, Montage of Heck, did it by combining previously unseen source material with vivid, often surreal visuals.

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