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    New Video Acquires Sundance Doc "The Flaw"

    New Video has acquired rights to Sundance doc "The Flaw," directed by British filmmaker David Sington ("In The Shadow of the Moon"). It will be released under New Video's Docurama Films brand later this year.

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    Cherien Dabis Wins Sundance/NHK Filmmaker Award

    Director of "May in the Summer," Cherien Dabis, has been announced as the winner of the 2011 Sundance/NHK (Japan Broadcasting Corporation) International Filmmaker Award.

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    EXCLUSIVE: Kenner, Weiss Talk HBO Doc "When Strangers Click"

    HBO doc When Strangers Click premieres Valentine's Day. Below, director Oscar nominee Robert Kenner (Food, Inc.) and producer Marc Weiss answer some questions about why they made this film about finding love and human connection online, as well as their process: What was the most surprising thing y...

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    The Women's Media Center Video From Sundance

    Sundance might be a more welcoming place for women, but this video reminds us how much work there still is to be done.

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    Sundance Video: Miranda July Talks Roadside Acquisition The Future

    The best film that I saw at Sundance was triple threat Miranda July's The Future, an accessibly entertaining wild ride of a sci-fi relationship movie, in which she casts herself as the bad guy and you know that she is likely to leave her lunky boyfriend, played by Hamish Linklater--one of the talen...

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    Details On 'Fat Man' The Film 'Cedar Rapids' Director Miguel Arteta Wants To Make With Adam Sandler

    Bear in mind, this is not anywhere close to happening -- and is pretty much a wishlist sort of thing -- but its a pretty good reminder that optioned projects can continue to be talked about, even if it takes a while to get off the ground.

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    Mia Wasikowska In Talks To Star In 'Stoker,' Park Chan-Wook Confirmed To Helm

    Jodie Foster Also Officially Off The ProjectHaving had to choose between two clashing projects she had hoped she could appear in both -- John Hillcoat's adaptation of "The Wettest County in the World" and the fantastical family drama "Stoker," penned by Wentworth Miller under his Ted Foulke pseudony...

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    "Stranger Things" & "Bhopali" Among Top Winners at 17th Slamdance Film Festival

    The 2011 Slamdance Film Festival concluded Thursday night with Eleanor Burke and Ron Eyal's "Stranger Things" winning the event's Best Narrative Film prize, while Van Maximillian Carlson's "Bhopali" took Slamdance's Best Documentary Film award in both the jury and audience categories. "Simon Arthur'...

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    Oscar Watch: True Grit vs. Social Network, Bening vs. Portman

    How quickly momentum shifts in the Oscar race after nominations reveal the lay of the land. Every single one of the Gurus 'O Gold who was voting for The Social Network to win best picture switched to The King's Speech. Wow.

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    Sundance Review | A Wacky Roadtrip in Calvin Lee Reeder's "The Oregonian"

    Calvin Lee Reeder has been churning out intensely psychedelic short films for several years, borrowing liberally from vintage grindhouse movies while turning the genre on its head. In concise wonders like "The Farm" and "The Rambler," Reeder places his elaborate, unsettling audio-visual design on pa...

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