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Matt Holzman

Matt Holzman

Host/Kcrw Staff/Producer, The Document

Matt Holzman is the host of The Document and curator of KCRW'S screening series of the same name. He formerly created The Business and was a founding producer of Press Play.

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The Sundance Film Festival wraps up this weekend. It’s the largest independent film festival in the country.

‘Untitled Amazing Jonathan Documentary’ goes where you don’t expect

The Sundance Film Festival wraps up this weekend. It’s the largest independent film festival in the country.

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An Italian filmmaker drives across the country looking for his vision of America.

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An Italian filmmaker drives across the country looking for his vision of America.

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An Italian filmmaker drives across the country looking for his vision of America.

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An Italian filmmaker drives across the country looking for his vision of America.

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