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    How to Launch a TV Show, Whether it's for SundanceTV or ABC

    Don't quit. Just don't. Read this and you'll understand.

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    'Rectify' Creator Ray McKinnon on the Benefits of Watching Weekly on SundanceTV vs. Binging on Netflix

    Ray McKinnon isn't afraid to take things slow, whether it be on his critical smash hit "Rectify" or waiting for viewers to find it.

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    For Your Consideration: 5 Overlooked Supporting Actors Who Deserve Some Awards Season Attention

    The Phoney War phase of the awards season is starting to come to an end: we've already had nominations from smaller precursors like the Gotham Awards and the British Independent Film Awards, and in a little over two weeks, things will get underway properly with the New York Film Critics Awards and t...

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    A River of Dreams: Mud

    Writer-director Jeff Nichols fulfills the promise he showed in his previous film "Take Shelter" with a beguiling fable called "Mud."

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    Ray McKinnon on His New Sundance Channel Drama 'Rectify' and Why 'The New Indie Is In TV'

    Though Ray McKinnon won an Oscar for his 2001 short "The Accountant" and went to Sundance with his 2004 film "Chrystal," starring his late wife Lisa Blount and Billy Bob Thornton, he's best known for his work as an actor. He's a familiar face from features like "That Evening Sun" and the upcoming "M...

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    The West Memphis Three's Damien Echols Writes About the Realism of Sundance Channel's Prison Drama 'Rectify'

    Sundance Channel's new drama "Rectify," which premieres Monday April 22nd at 9pm, is about a man named Daniel Holden (Aden Young) who is released from death row after almost 20 years when his conviction is vacated due to DNA evidence. It's a situation that Damien Echols knows all too well.

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    How to Make the Transition from Indie Film to TV: 5 Things We Learned From Our Panel With the NYTVF

    Over the past few years, television's begun to challenge film as the preeminent outlet for American storytelling, the breadth of interest and means of distribution at an all-time high for a medium that can no longer be looked at as of inferior artistic merit. While mainstream film is driven far ...

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    Jane Campion's TV Miniseries 'Top of the Lake' and Ray McKinnon's 'Rectify' Hit TCA

    Sundance Channel is making a big move into scripted dramas this year. The network, best known as a home for indie movies and unscripted programming like "Iconoclasts," "Brick City" and "Girls Who Like Boys Who Like Boys," has also screened international co-productions l...

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    Sundance Curiosities: What is Jane Campion's 'Top of the Lake,' and Does TV Have a Place in Park City?

    There has been a gradual creep of television into film festivals as the worlds have blended and more frustrated filmmakers have found themselves working on TV projects in addition to ones for the big screen.

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