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    2009 Sundance Director Interviews

    EDITORS NOTE: Below are the links to a series of interviews, conducted via email, profiling dramatic and documentary competition and American Spectrum directors who have films screening at the 2009 Sundance Film Festival.

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    Sundance Live V: "Phillip Morris," "Drown" Premieres, Reviews: "Adventureland," "Hideous Men"

    EDITOR’S NOTE: Throughout the festival indieWIRE is posting continuous updates. Check back here throughout the day to get the latest.

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    Move Aside Michael Moore, Charlyne Yi Breaks Out in Comic Doc "Paper Heart’" (Sundance '09)

    If the great comedian Bob Newhart had an Asian American love child it would be Charlyne Yi. She's the drollest comic working today and her deadpan style makes the comic documentary "Paper Heart," premiering in dramatic competition at the Sundance Film Festival, a fresh, irreverent road comedy.

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    IFC Teams With SXSW To Release Swanberg's Latest, Four Others

    Among a slew of announcements today in Park City, UT, IFC Films unveiled a plan to simultaneously release Joe Swanberg's new film, "Alexander The Last," on VOD simultaneous with its world premiere at the upcoming South by Southwest Film Festival. Four other SXSW '09 titles will also screen on-demand...

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    Multiple Sellers a Trend at Sundance

    Multiple Sellers a Trend at Sundance

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    Is Sundance Relevant?

    Is Sundance Relevant?

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    The Peculiarities of Soullessness: Sophie Barthes' "Cold Souls" (Sundance '09)

    Sophie Barthes's "Cold Souls" belongs to a genre of self-reflexive movie actors playing themselves — and it's one of the few that has nothing to do with Charlie Kaufman. It doesn't take much effort to explain why Kaufman's name must come up here: Paul Giamatti plays himself in an amusingly surreal story that finds him selling his soul to refine his performance in a New York stage production of "Uncle Vanya." Later, eager to be whole again, he journeys to a risky soul-exporting operation in Russia, and eventually into his own tortured mind, to set things right. Cynics might consider it "Being John Malkovich" with slightly modified symbolism, b...

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    Sundance Live IV: Panel on Prop 8, Strand, "Kimjongilia," "Burma VJ," "Reporter," More

    EDITOR’S NOTE: Throughout the festival indieWIRE is posting continuous updates. Check back here throughout the day to get the latest.

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    Sundance Short Honors Cazale

    Sundance Short Honors Cazale

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    CNET: Bringing Sundance Into the Digital Age

    CNET: Bringing Sundance Into the Digital Age

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