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    Exclusive: Grasshopper Film Picks Up Robert Greene's Sundance Winner 'Kate Plays Christine'

    The newbie indie outfit is planning a summer release for the festival hit.

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    Watch: Documentary Short 'Concerned Student 1950' Chronicles the Protests That Brought Down a University President

    How Laura Poitras, AJ Schnack and Charlotte Cook's Field of Vision helped three undergrads make the film.

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    Sundance: How Robert Greene and Kate Lyn Sheil Made the Festival's Most Fascinating Documentary

    "One of the things it’s about is how I’m grappling with my own desire to see things, my understanding of my own voyeurism, and what that all means for me."

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    Sundance Review: 'Kate Plays Christine' is Like 'Network' With a Nonfiction Twist

    Robert Greene's unorthodox documentary follows the story of a news anchor who committed suicide — but it's a lot more than that.

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    Watch: Kate Lyn Sheil is the Anchor Who Committed Suicide on Live TV in Exclusive Sundance Clip

    Director Robert Greene looks to blur the lines between documentary and performance in "Kate Plays Christine."

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    Sleeper of the Week: 'Christmas, Again'

    An empathetic, insightful portrayal of holiday loneliness.

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    Elisabeth Moss Goes Next-Level Insane in Alex Ross Perry's 'Queen of Earth' (Review)

    'Queen of Earth' is a chillingly funny, instantly iconic departure into 'Repulsion' and 'Persona' territory for writer/director Alex Ross Perry.

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    Daily Reads: Putting the "-ism" in Film Criticism, Why Documentaries Need More Artistry, and More

    Plus: Why "Fury Road's" long production made it a masterpiece, and a tribute to "Buffy," an outsider show for outsiders.

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