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    Oscilloscope Takes On "Bellflower"

    With the Sundance Film Festival Awards in full swing, Oscilloscope Laboratories has acquired all English-language territory rights to Evan Glodell's directorial debut "Bellflower," which played in this year's Sundance NEXT category. The company plans to release the film in the...

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    Tom Hooper Wins At DGA Awards, 'The King's Speech' One Step Closer To Oscar Glory

    For Oscar fortune tellers who have been banging the drum that "The Social Network" was going to be the clear and obvious winner at this year's Oscars, the past week has been a bracing wake-up call. On Tuesday morning, "The King's Speech" walked away with the lion's share of nominations, notching twe...

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    Sundance Review | Voluntary Death Takes the Spotlight in "How to Die in Oregon"

    Movies about terminal illnesses are ready-made for emotional manipulation, a fact that director Peter Richardson exploits to the fullest extent in "How to Die in Oregon," his devastating portrait of Oregonians taking advantage of the state's Death with Dignity Act. Despite assuming a one-sided persp...

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    Sundance 2011 | The Glamour Of Sundance? Waiting!

    Sundance 2011 | The Glamour Of Sundance? Waiting!

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    Sundance 2011: Coming of Age Dramedies "Terri" and "Submarine" are Familiar Yet Still Brilliant

    Coming of age films thrive at Sundance, yet while there are many different kinds of films within that genre, there are maybe only a few typically represented at this fest. Most of them seem to involve girls discovering or experimenting “with their burgeoning sexuality.” Others have to do with minor...

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    Michael Angarano To Play A Russian Hockey Player In Kevin Smith's 'Hit Somebody'

    Production Aiming To Get Underway In JulyYeah, so you might have heard that Kevin Smith debuted his latest film "Red State" at Sundance recently. Anyway, chuffed by the experience of going out on his own and making a film, the director is eager to recreate that experience by bringing back the princi...

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    Sundance Review | Joshua Leonard's "The Lie" Suffers From Uneven Tone

    Editor's note: This review was originally published at the 2011 Sundance Film Festival. "The Lie" opens Friday.

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    "Earth" Scores $20K Alfred P. Sloan Prize at Sundance

    Mike Cahill's "Another Earth" is the recipient of the 2011 Alfred P. Sloan Feature Film prize at this year's Sundance Film Festival. The award includes $20,000 cash from Sloan, and is presented to an "outstanding feature film focusing on science or technology as a theme, or depicting a scientist, en...

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    New Pics From Max Winkler's 'Ceremony' Starring Michael Angarano & Uma Thurman

    While we didn't fall head over heels for "Ceremony," there is much promise to be found in Max Winkler's debut feature.

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    Sundance 2011 | Who Is Going To Win The Fest's Top Prizes?

    The Sundance Film Festival is heading into its final hours and there's much talk around Park City about what films could factor into tomorrow night's awards ceremony. The U.S. Dramatic prize in particular has recently given a trio of films - Courtney Hunt's "Frozen River," Lee Daniels' "Precious" an...

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