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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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    SUNDANCE FUTURES | "Little Birds" & "Kaboom" Actress Juno Temple

    At 21, British actress Juno Temple is no newcomer; she first appeared alongside Cate Blanchett and Judi Dench in "Notes on a Scandal" in her early teens. But 2011 is primed to be her year. With "Little Birds" and "Kaboom" at the Sundance Film Festival and three mor...

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    Back & Forth: Kohn and Knegt Discuss This Morning's Oscar Nominations

    indieWIRE lead critic Eric Kohn and awards prognosticator Peter Knegt discussed the nominations for the 83rd Academy Awards. Surprises, predictions, and more from the iW duo.

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    SUNDANCE FUTURES | "Pariah" Actress Adepero Oduye

    Dee Rees' feature directorial debut "Pariah," starring relative newcomer Adepero Oduye, earned a standing ovation in its opening-night premiere. A coming-of-age drama that centers on Alike (Oduye), a 17-year-old girl coming to terms with her sexuality, "Pariah" is the ty...

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    Sundance 2011 | Ten Things You Forgot (Or Never Knew) About Ronald Reagan

    Returning to the festival with "Reagan," Eugene Jarecki presents a complex and evenhanded profile. While the film reveals little that's new, Reagan's top advisers and confidantes provide frank commentary on the White House in the 1980's matched with footage of Reagan apologizing in a series of PR ma...

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    VIDEO: Morgan Spurlock on Why 500 Brands Didn't Want To Sponsor His Movie

    At a dinner for Morgan Spurlock's "The Greatest Movie Ever Sold," the director demonstrated his sartorial sponsorship, talked about the advantages of sporting a festival 'stache and predicted that more brands will find their way into indie movies. The full video's below, which also captures the film...

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    Sundance 2011 | 10 Choice Kevin Smith Quotes From His "Red State" Rant

    First, there was the Westboro Baptist Church's protest prior to the screening, where about a half dozen members of the ultra fundamentalist organization faced off against Smith himself and close to 100 counterprotesters. Then, there was the movie itself. A satirical horror film, it takes on a Westbo...

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