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    iPOP | Sundance Fest: A Picture is Worth 1000 Words!

    I counted about 45 invitations to Sundance parties, dinners and receptions for the 2010 event, which came to its final conclusion Sunday. For some of the parties, however, merely receiving an invitation and RSVPing does not guarantee admission. IFC Films, for instance, had a party at one of the stil...

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    For Your Consideration: Final Oscar Predictions

    In just four days, Oscar prognosticators around the internet will see their months and months of buzz-tracking and guesswork culminate in the announcement of the nominations for the 82nd Annual Academy Awards. Though there's a lot of obvious choices suspected - from the dominance of "A...

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    cinemadaily | Rotterdam Roundup

    With Sundance 2010 officially a wrap, let's turn out attention to the International Film Festival Rotterdam, underway as of last Wednesday.

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    indieWIRE@Sundance: Rounding Up the Fest

    The 2010 Sundance and Slamdance Film Festivals have come to a close here in Park City, Utah, and indieWIRE has rounded up all our coverage over the course of the fest (and will continue to add articles until the fest ends). Features, reviews, news and interviews are all listed below for your conven...

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    SUNDANCEdaily | Controversial Doc "Catfish" Divides Sundance

    This week's biggest noise came not from a film in competition. The festival's Spotlight section premiered the new documentary "Catfish." Over the week since its premiere, though, many critics and audience members doubted the film's truth claims. Few can deny that the film was entertaining, engagi...

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    SUNDANCEdaily | Our Critics’ Favorite US Competition Docs

    As the Sundance Film Festival is wrapping up, it's time to reflect on the highlights of this year's fest. Manohla Dargis's report from the fest was in today's New York Times. In it, she notes the face of the festival in the persisting recession and new leadership under director John Cooper. Here at indieWIRE, after collecting a number of reviews from our team of highly esteemed and respected critics here in Park City, many docs are rising up as critics' favs in the fest’s U.S. Documentary Competition. We've already covered our #3 ("Joan Rivers: A Piece of Work") and #4 ("Restrepo") highest rated docs in SUNDANCEdaily. Early responses fr...

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    DISPATCH FROM SLAMDANCE | Against Contrived Road Movies and Meet-Cute Romanticism

    The opening scene of "The Scenesters," a narrative feature playing at the Slamdance Film Festival, plays as a mock trailer for the embodiment of American indie cliches. Comprised of pull quotes from fake sites like "mumblecore.com" and glimpses of a meandering plot in which nothing happens, this mil...

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    SUNDANCEdaily | Our Critics' Favorite US Competition Dramas

    After collecting a number of reviews from our team of highly esteemed and respected critics here in Park City, there are three clear favorites in the fest's U.S. Dramatic Competition. Today's SUNDANCEdaily culls the Internet to find out what the critics are saying about these three films: Debra Gr...

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    10 Things You Want To Know About Joan Rivers

    Ricki Stern and Annie Sundberg's documentary "Joan Rivers: A Piece of Work" has been very well received here at Sundance. The film presents a sharp, funny and often quite touching portrait of Rivers, who at age 75, still struggles with both her insecurities and her ability to find steady work. Though as enthusiastic as the audience was for the film at a screening yesterday, Rivers upstaged herself at the Q&A afterwards. Following a standing ovation, she spent nearly 20 minutes responding to a slew of compliments and questions, putting the audience in hysterics a good two dozen times. The entire Q&A is available here, but indieWIRE has also...

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