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    Visit Films Takes Global Rights to Sundance's "Kimjongilia" and "Little Dizzle"

    Worldwide rights to Sundance world doc competition film "Kimjongilia" and Spectrum title, "The Immaculate Conception of Little Dizzle" have been a picked up by Visit Films, the company announced Saturday. "Kimjongilia" will have its world premiere Sunday, January 18, while "Dizzle" will debut the fo...

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    Slamdance Celebrates Its 15th Anniversary

    Slamdance Celebrates Its 15th Anniversary

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    NYP: Wintour a No Show at "September Issue" Premiere

    NYP: Wintour a No Show at "September Issue" Premiere

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    Sundance Live III: Anna Wintour Hits Park City, "Amreeka," "Rudo y Cursi," "Push," 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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    People: The Wilder Side of Sundance

    People: The Wilder Side of Sundance

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    How Green Is Sundance?

    How Green Is Sundance?

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    Race Drama "Toe to Toe" Ushers in the New Obama Cinema (Sundance '09)

    To call filmmaker Emily Abt's compelling coming-of-age tale "Toe to Toe" the debut film of the New Obama Cinema, qualifies her debut feature drama as an American movie that treats race and class with insight and enthusiasm equal to the excitement over President elect Barack Obama and his impact on r...

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    Beyond Gay: Lynn Shelton's "Humpday" (Sundance '09)

    Lynn Shelton's "Humpday" is a comedic "Revolutionary Road" for twenty-first century audiences. Shelton's third feature evokes many of the underlying themes present in Richard Yates' novel of suburban discontent. You wouldn't guess that from the premise: Set in Seattle's hip urban youth scene, the movie focuses on two straight buddies intent on fulfilling the unlikely goal of filming themselves having sex -- with each other -- for the town's local porn festival. To these hilariously mixed up journeymen, violating their sexual dispositions offers an absurd, idyllic escape from their mundane existence. Thanks to crisp, believable performances fr...

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    John Krasinski, "Brief Interviews with Hideous Men": Adapting a Literary Masterwork for the Screen

    EDITORS NOTE: This is part of 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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    Kevin Willmott, "The Only Good Indian": Westerns, Representation and Revisionism

    EDITORS NOTE: This is part of 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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