Robin Williams performs at the sixth Annual Stand Up For Heroes benefit concert for injured service members and veterans in New York, Nov. 8, 2012.
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When filmmaker Marina Zenovich sought to make a documentary about Robin Williams, she found she could do it largely in the late comedian's own voice.The film, which premiered at the start of the year at the Sundance Film Festival to mixed reviews, includes interviews with David Letterman and Billy Crystal. Friends and relatives, including Williams' son Zak, also share memories.The documentary debuted on HBO this week and is available on its streaming service, HBO Now.Williams received four Academy Award nominations and won for 1997's "Good Will Hunting".
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