Documentary filmmakers are a special breed – and yet, despite (or maybe because of) their unique skill set, a select group has made the leap to narrative features– including, most recently, R.J. Cutler, whose narrative feature film debut, “If I Stay,” hits theaters tomorrow. In some cases, the transition hasn’t gone entirely smoothly, but we still applaud their versatility and flexibility. And in other cases, narrative filmmakers tried their hand at documentaries. In either case, they’re listed below in alphabetical order.
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