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    Vote for Project of the Week: "Up Country," "Wild Blue," "Legal Stranger," or "Shamed"

    Vote for Project of the Week: "Up Country," "Wild Blue," "Legal Stranger," or "Shamed"

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    Director Anthony Hemingway Gives Details On What To Expect For Season 3 Of "Treme"

    He's been out on the media circuit promoting his directorial debut RedTails but, in a recent interview with Moviefone, Anthony Hemingway also hinted at what to expect for the new season of another production he directs...Treme.

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    Sundance, Indiewire and Facebook Friends Remember Bingham Ray

    The news has been spreading fast through Park City, as the snow starts to fall again. Bingham Ray had such a warm spirit and greatly encouraged people to follow their dreams.

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    10 Possible Surprises From Tomorrow Morning's Oscar Nominations

    Believe it or not, the Oscar nominations are tomorrow morning. And what a strange lead-up it has been, with countless shifts in buzz and many underdogs-turned-contenders and vice versa. While yes, there's a significant frontrunner in the best picture race ("The Artist," yawn), and mos...

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    Miles Teller To Star While Anna Kendrick, Bryan Cranston, Jesse Eisenberg, Christopher Mintz-Plasse & More Sought To 'Get A Job'

    Besides the total omnipresence of Jessica Chastain, among the many things the cinematic year of 2011 will be remembered for, is the return of some long absent film directors. After years in the wilderness, cinephiles were finally treated to new feature films from Alexander Payne, Lynne Ramsay and Wh...

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    "Reality Bites" Hits Sundance

    Yesterday evening at the Egyptian Theater in Park City, I saw the best film I've seen at Sundance 2012 so far: "Reality Bites." Screening as a "from the vaults" presentation -- with director Ben Stiller and writer Helen Childress in tow for a 40 minute Q&A afterwards -- t...

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    SUNDANCE REVIEW: "Kid-Thing" Is An Eccentric Curiosity, Courtesy the Zellner Bros.

    Austin-based sibling filmmakers Nathan and David Zellner make movies in a loony vacuum in which the only constant is a fixation on the bizarre. While technically geared toward comedy, neither their feature-length "Goliath" (which also premiered in the NEXT section, at Sundance 2009) nor in...

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    Bingham Ray is Remembered By the Friends and Industry Family Who Loved Him

    We're devastated by the death of Bingham Ray. And it's unbelievable that his passing happened during the Sundance Film Festival: This was his stomping ground, a place he held court and, at an event that can overwhelm even the most passionate film lover, Ray was a reliable source of joy.

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    Producer Scott Rudin Picks Up Doc 'Indie Game: The Movie' For HBO Comedy Series

    After making "The Social Network," the story of a bunch of nerds creating Facebook, into an unlikely box office and awards season hit, producer Scott Rudin seems to hope he can take that same formula to the small screen.

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    Obit: Indie Veteran Bingham Ray Was a Champion of Indie Cinema UPDATED

    The news that indie veteran Bingham Ray, recently appointed executive director of the San Francisco Film Society and Festival, had suffered a stroke hit the Sundance Film Festival Saturday morning. Sadly, Ray died from complications of the massive stroke on Monday.

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