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    James Franco: "I Never Thought I Would Be Playing Allen Ginsberg"

    "One thing that I love about playing characters based on real people," James Franco told indieWIRE at the Sundance Film Festival yesterday, "is that it gives me this extra jolt of responsibility where I feel like I especially need to get it right because I owe it to the original person or the people...

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    #Sundance: Davis Guggenheim Talks Waiting for Superman

    Ex-Variety.com staffer David Lewis reports on Paramount Vantage pick-up Waiting for Superman and the Q & A:

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    Waititi's Remarkably Insightful "Boy" Succeeds On Many Levels

    Editor's note: A version of this review originally ran at the 2010 Sundance Film Festival. "Boy" opens in limited release this Friday.

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    SUNDANCEdaily | "Hesher," "happythankyoumoreplease," "Catfish"

    Reviews from Sundance are flooding in, so let's dive right in...

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    White and Windy

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    Sundance News Wrap: Hesher, Please Give, Overture

    Yet another hotly anticipated Sundance title, Hesher, grabbed mixed reaction today from audiences and media. Joseph Gordon-Levitt, who is on a roll, gives a bravura performance as a violently anarchic homeless drifter who connects with a father and son (Rainn Wilson and Devin Brochu) stricken with ...

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    Messy "Hesher" Disappoints in Sundance Debut

    "What do you think the rating's gonna be," "Hesher" director Spencer Susser joked as he took the stage after the film's world premiere at the Eccles Center in Park City tonight in Utah. The joke, quite clearly, was in reference to the film's intensely dirty humor - most dominately displayed by its ...

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    Bass Ackwards and the YouTube/Sundance Experiment

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    34 Sundance Competition and NEXT Filmmakers in Their Own Words

    The following is a series of interviews with directors whose films are screening at the 2010 Sundance Film Festival in the U.S. Dramatic, U.S. Competition, and NEXT sections of the festival. The festival runs from Jan 21-31, 2010.

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