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    Exclusive: Frat Life is Aiming For You in Bold Poster for Sundance Breakout 'Goat'

    Ben Schnetzer and Nick Jonas are front and center in Andrew Neel's unnerving new drama.

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    Sundance Review: Nick Jonas Gets Sick of Frat Life in 'Goat'

    Andrew Neel's depraved look at hazing rituals has a serious message.

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    Sundance: Why 'Goat' Star Nick Jonas and Director Andrew Neel Want to Change Modern Masculinity

    The frat hazing drama is already one of the most talked-about titles in Park City, but can it push forward change?

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    Review: 'King Kelly' Is A Scabrous Look At A Generation's Narcissism

    The early moments of “King Kelly,” a new found-footage movie shot entirely on the iPhone, announces it’s intentions and attitudes right off the bat. The first images are of a crowded, low-rent internet chat-room, where we’re confronted with the sight of a half-nude nubile blonde who vacuously pleads...

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    In His Own Words: Andrew Neel Shares a Scene From His Found-Footage Satire 'King Kelly'

    Shot exclusively on iPhones, the SXSW discovery "King Kelly" delivers a "ferocious indictment of Generation Me by boiling it down to a single ditzy teen," according to Indiewire's Eric Kohn who gave Andrew Neel's satire a glowing A- at this year's festival. The film centers on Kelly (Louisa Krause),...

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    Critic's Notebook: Why 2012 Is A Banner Year For Found Footage Films

    In 2012, found footage took a few promising steps out of the horror genre.

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    SXSW REVIEW: 'King Kelly' Is an Intense Found-Footage Indictment of Generation Me

    The found-footage approach to cinematic narrative is no longer epitomized by "The Blair Witch Project." Amateur-quality camerawork has become a part of the vernacular, with the first-person perspective providing an intimate window into human behavior, particularly among the youth culture m...

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    Meet the 2012 SXSW Filmmakers #22: Andrew Neel, 'King Kelly'

    "King Kelly" director Andrew Neel wrote, directed and shot four documentaries, including "Darkon," before venturing into fiction (though "King Kelly" was written "with several central cultural discussions in mind," says Neel; and shot with iPhones). Beginning with "Darkon," he believes his films are...

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