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    Critics' Sundance Picks Caught On Video

    Critics' Sundance Picks Caught On Video

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    Rotterdam Announces Shorts Winners

    During a ceremony Monday at the Theatre Lantaren/Venster in Rotterdam, the winning short films of the 38th International Film Festival Rotterdam were announced. The three Tiger Awards for Short Film were granted to "A Necessary Music," by Beatrice Gibson (UK), "Despair" (Otchajanie), by Galina Myzni...

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    "Push," "Cove" Hailed as Best of Sundance '09 in iW Poll of Critics & Bloggers

    Lee Daniels' "Push: Based on a novel by Sapphire" and Louise Psihoyos' "The Cove" were selected as the best narrative and documentary films at the 2009 Sundance Film Festival in a poll of film critics and bloggers conducted over the weekend by indieWIRE. Oddly enough, the choices mirror the results ...

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    Stars vie with hard times at Berlin film fest

    Stars vie with hard times at Berlin film fest

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    Young Turks at Rotterdam Fest

    At Rotterdam, cinephilia trumps sponsorphilia. The stars here are directors, not actors: Hollywood is shut out. IFFR, aka the Rotterdam Film Festival, the 38th edition of which began January 21 and runs through February 2, is the largest international film fest focusing primarily on new and emerging talent. Before the latest "waves" and trends in cinema have been validated elsewhere, even canonized and labeled "hot," Rotterdam has often sniffed them out. This year is no exception. The pioneering revelation is "Young Turkish Cinema"--masterly first and second features by the post-Nuri Bilge Ceylan, post-Yesim Ustaoglu generation--that has been...

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    Portraying Chaos: Ondi Timoner's "We Live In Public" (Sundance '09)

    According to documentarian Ondi Timoner, Josh Harris -- the Internet pioneer at the center of "We Live in Public" -- didn't mind revealing the more twisted aspects of his web-fueled career. "I don't care how you portray me," he said, "as long as you make a great film."

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    A Quieter Sundance, But The Films Still Made Noise: Sundance '09 Wrap Up (Steve Ramos)

    Joseph Gordon-Levitt's goodbye to the 2009 Sundance Film Festival involved sprinting across the Eccles Theatre stage and filming the capacity crowd with his digital video camera. The veteran actor and novice filmmaker (His short film "Sparks" is in competition at the festival) had every reason to be...

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    Launching Diversity: Sundance '09 Wrap Up (Eric Kohn)

    There are too many good films here that have to be seen by audiences everywhere, and we have to make sure that happens. --Sundance Film Festival programmer Geoff Gilmore at the 2009 awards program

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    Movies Sell More Slowly at Sundance

    Movies Sell More Slowly at Sundance

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    24 Sundance '09 Snapshot Reviews

    EDITORS NOTE: Below are a series of snapshot reviews provided for indieWIRE by film critic Eric Kohn, offering first looks at the films being shown at the 2009 Sundance Film Festival.

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