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    Oscar Predictions 2016

    As always, the Oscar race starts at Sundance.

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    TOH!'s Top Sundance Stories of the Week

    From reviews to Q&As and more, here are our best 2015 Sundance Film Festival stories so far.

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    Trailers From Hell Goes 'From Russia With Love'

    The 1963 James Bond classics gets the TFH treatment.

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    Attention, Filmmakers: Here's the Best Career Advice from 2015 Sundance Cinematographers

    "You can make money doing the things you love" and more great career advice from this year's crop of Sundance cinematographers...

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    Meet the 2015 Sundance Filmmakers #82: François Delisle Goes Black-and-White for Family Tragedy 'Chorus'

    "It’s a project I’d had in mind for close to seven years. Getting to the final screenplay was a long-term undertaking that had its ups and downs."

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    Meet the 2015 Sundance Filmmakers #81: Chloé Zhao Tackles Indian Reservation Relationships in 'Songs My Brothers Taught Me'

    "I want people to feel they’ve gotten to know the people in the film a little bit and gotten to see Pine Ridge in ways they haven’t seen before."

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    Meet the 2015 Sundance Filmmakers #84: Samba Gadjigo Takes on the Fascinating Life of African Filmmaker Ousmane Sembene

    Mount Holyoke professor Samba Gadjigo tells a story well worth telling in his first-ever documentary film.

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    Watch: Chaos Interrupts Sake Time in Exclusive 'Why Don't You Play in Hell?' Clip

    Filmmaker Sion Sono described his frenzied, gleeful new film "Why Don’t You Play in Hell?" as "an action film about the love of 35mm."

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    Meet the 2015 Sundance Filmmakers #80: Kristina Goolsby and Ashley York's 'Tig' Follows Comedian Tig Notaro's Journey After a Series of Catastrophic Personal Events

    In Kristina Goolsby and Ashley York’s comedy/drama hybrid, Tig Notaro's journey to overcome her personal tragedies with humor and grace represents everything that is tragic and wonderful about the human experience and condition.

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    Meet the 2015 Sundance Filmmakers #78: 'How To Change The World' Explores the Early Days Of Greenpeace

    "I started making documentaries after many years as worked as a community artist."

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    Jack Black, Jason Schwartzman, Kristen Wiig and More at the Indiewire Sundance Photo Studio

    Indiewire set up shop at the Chase Sapphire Lounge on Main Street in Park City with our photographer Daniel Bergeron.

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    Sundance: HBO Takes TV Rights to Jordan Davis Doc '3 1/2 Minutes' (Trailer)

    This all-too-timely film speaks loudly to the current racial climate in America.

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    How Virtual Reality Technology is Changing Documentary Filmmaking

    Several virtual reality installations at this year's Sundance Film Festival speak to the rising appeal of the technology among today's innovative storytellers.

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    'American Sniper' Once Again Dominates Friday Box Office

    Though it didn't hold as well as last week, 'American Sniper' continues to be the big box office news once again.

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    2015 Sundance Awards: 'Me and Earl and the Dying Girl' Takes Grand Jury Prize

    Read all our live coverage, and the full winners list, from the Sundance Film Festival closing night awards.

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    Watch: A Video Essay on How "The Stomach Scene" in Ridley Scott's ALIEN Was Made

    Unless you were living under a large boulder for the past couple of decades, you probably watched, or at least heard referenced, the by-now canonized scene from Ridley Scott's "Alien," in which a man is eating dinner, and then, all of a sudden, he starts eating more, and more, and more, and then... ...

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    Sundance Interview and Review: 'The Second Mother'

    One of the most accomplished, sure-handed films of the festival, "The Second Mother" is straightforward, socially aware and deeply rooted, not only in Brazilian but in world society class structures.

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    'The Imitation Game' Wins Best Adapted Screenplay USC Libraries Scripter Award

    The Scripter Award is often a bellwether for the eventual Oscar winner for Best Adapted Screenplay. 'The Imitation Game" is nominated for eight Oscars and eight BAFTAs.

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