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    Meet the 2015 Sundance Filmmakers #58: Anouk Whissell Brings Post-Apocalyptic Fun With 'Turbo Kid'

    The story is set in 1997. The apocalypse has left the world in permanent nuclear winter. A lonely orphan called The Kid roams the wasteland on his BMX scavenging.

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    Watch: The Deceased Kim Jong Il's Legacy Lives On In Today's Oscar-Nominated Films

    The book is very real. The interpretations? We'll let you decide how much is satire and how much is true about the secret conspiratorial forces taking over Hollywood.

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    Sundance Review: Ethan Hawke Can't Salvage Disappointing 'Ten Thousand Saints'

    A credible depiction of New York City in the late 1980's isn't enough to compensate for this weak effort from Shari Springer Berman and Robert Pulcini.

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    'The Forbidden Room' Sundance Reviews: Never Mind the Walkouts, Here's Guy Maddin

    Sundance's least crowd-pleasing film is also one of its most striking.

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    The Jean Renoir File - Part 1

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    Meet the 2015 Sundance Filmmakers #57: Sophie Deraspe's 'The Amina Profile' Walks The Line Between Truth And Fiction In Both Subject And Form

    Forbidden love, the Arab Spring, media sensationalism and, yes, Catfish, combine in thriller-doc "The Amina Profile."

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