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    February Preview: The 5 Must See Films

    While the biggest specialty releases of January were mostly December leftovers boosted by awards buzz, February has arrived to give 2011 its first significant batch of quality films. It includes some of the best bets from last year's Cannes and SXSW film festivals, a well-received comedy from this ...

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    Rotterdam Dispatch | Record Audiences Treated to "Wasted Youth" and Retro Commie Westerns

    Celebrating its fortieth anniversary, the Rotterdam International Film Festival opened last Wednesday to record crowds yet again. In recent years, the 11-day festival has become the Netherland’s largest cultural event, with attendance at last year’s event topping over 350,000. If th...

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    FUTURES | Five To Watch From The Sundance Film Festival

    In the eleven day whirlwind that was the 2011 Sundance Film Festival, quite a few new faces stood out to indieWIRE. Among the festival's big talents, iW caught up with five up-and-comers that may very well be seen more in front of the camera going forward...

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    Sneak Peek: Trey Parker, Matt Stone and Robert Lopez's "The Book of Mormon" on Broadway

    Roughly six years ago, Trey Parker and Matt Stone saw "Avenue Q" on Broadway and then met one of the men responsible for the "Avenue Q" concept, music and lyrics, Robert Lopez. The way Parker and Stone tell the story, Lopez just happened to be there. But for Lopez, it was a meeting with his heroes. ...

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    Sundance Wrap | A Good Year and a Commercial One

    This was considered a good year for the Sundance Film Festival, both artistically and commercially. Program aspects that received a positive response also found distribution, and hopefully will continue to make headlines when they hit theaters. If Sundance provides a window into the near future, thi...

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    The Santa Barbara Film Festival's Digital Cinderella Story

    The discovery of the 2011 Santa Barbara Film Festival may have taken place before the first screening. It's the Lego-animated musicvideo “Megaphone,” which SBFF director Roger Durling adopted as the event's trailer for the year and illustrates the frustration of standing in line and discovering you ...

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    Critics Notebook | At Slamdance, "Superheroes" and "Silver Tongues" Impress

    "The more the merrier," Robert Redford told a roomful of journalists at the beginning of the Sundance Film Festival this year. He was responding to a question about the Slamdance Film Festival, as he often must. Started in 1995 in response to Sundance's ultra-competitive submission pile, Slamdance i...

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    SUNDANCE FUTURES | "Terri" Actor Jacob Wysocki

    With Azazel Jacob's "Terri," newcomer Jacob Wysocki has made his entrance. In every single scene of the film, critics and audiences at the Sundance Film Festival were clearly won over by Wysocki's portrayal of the titular character, an overweight teenager who struggles at home...

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    SUNDANCE FUTURES | Sundance Triple Threat Brit Marling

    The 2011 Sundance Film Festival has played host to a slew of fresh faces with multiple films in the lineup. British up-and-comer Juno Temple appeared in "Kaboom" and "Little Birds." The other Olsen sister, Elizabeth Olsen, had lead roles in "Martha Marcy May Marlene&quo...

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    SUNDANCE FUTURES | "Marcy May" and "Silent House" Actress Elizabeth Olsen

    With the entire town of Park City deeming her this year's big breakout, Elizabeth Olsen has been one of the biggest talking points at the 2011 Sundance Film Festival. She's the lead in two well-received films - Chris Kentis and Laura Lau's haunted house thriller "Silent House" and Sean Durkin's "Mar...

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