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    Meet the 2011 Sundance Filmmakers | "An African Election" Director Jarreth Merz

    In a world plagued by stolen elections, secret government agendas, and a renewed interest in the exploitation of African natural resources, what value does democracy offer, particularly in the tumultuous region of West Africa? For Ghana, a nation that has been Africa’s barometer of political stabili...

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    Meet the 2011 Sundance Filmmakers | "Take Shelter" Director Jeff Nichols

    Following his acclaimed debut, "Shotgun Stories," writer/director Jeff Nichols reteams with actor Michael Shannon to create a haunting tale that will creep under your skin and expose your darkest fears.

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    For Your Consideration: If I Had An Oscar Ballot...

    As this very moment, the over 6,000 members of the Academy of Motion Pictures Arts and Sciences are in the midst of filling out their nomination ballots, which are due to be sent in by January 14th. For this Oscar prognosticator, it brings forth the annual daydream of having his own ballot. After a ...

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    Meet the 2011 Sundance Filmmakers | New Batch of 4 Interviews

    Continuing with indieWIRE's "Meet the 2011 Sundance Filmmakers" series, four additional films and filmmakers are being spotlighted from the festival's U.S. Dramatic Competition, NEXT series, World Cinema Dramatic Competition and World Cinema Documentary Competition.

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    Meet the 2011 Sundance Filmmakers | "Gun Hill Road" Director Rashaad Ernesto Green

    After three years in prison, macho Enrique (Esai Morales) returns home to the Bronx and finds things changed. His wife, Angela (Judy Reyes), is distant, and his teenage son, Michael, has a newfound independence and identity that is beyond Enrique's comprehension. Unable to accept his child for who h...

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    Meet the 2011 Sundance Filmmakers | "Prairie Love" Director Dusty Bias

    From the frozen plains of North Dakota comes this wonderfully bizarre story about three people searching for love in the oddest ways.

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    Meet the 2011 Sundance Filmmakers | "A Few Days of Respite" Director Amor Hakkar

    After escaping Iran, where their relationship means a death sentence, Hassan and Mohsen make it all the way to France. While stopped over in a small town to await their train to Paris, Mohsen befriends the lonely, but warm, Yolande, who offers him employment, kindness, and the possibility of a peace...

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    Meet the 2011 Sundance Filmmakers | "Hell and Back Again" Director Danfung Dennis

    In 2009, U.S. Marines launched a major helicopter assault on a Taliban stronghold in southern Afghanistan. Immediately upon landing, the marines were surrounded by insurgents and attacked from all sides. Embedded in Echo Company, filmmaker Danfung Dennis captures the action with visceral immediacy. ...

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    Meet the 2011 Sundance Filmmakers | 4 New Interviews from the Competition Lineup

    Continuing with indieWIRE's "Meet the 2011 Sundance Filmmakers" series, four additional films and filmmakers are being spotlighted from the festival's U.S. Dramatic Competition, U.S. Documentary Competition, World Cinema Dramatic Competition and World Cinema Documentary Compet...

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    Meet the 2011 Sundance Filmmakers | "BEING ELMO: A Puppeteer's Journey" Director Constance Marks

    Each and every day, millions of kids tune in to "Sesame Street" to see one of the world’s most adored and recognizable children’s characters, a furry red monster named Elmo. Yet, with all of Elmo’s fame, the man behind the Muppet is able to walk down the street without being recognized.

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