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    Guest Post: Why We Shot on Film in Rural West Texas

    “What’s the movie about?” a very solemn man in a cowboy hat asks us.

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    Indiewire's Picks For the Five Breakouts of Slamdance 2013

    The 19th annual Slamdance Film Festival, which runs in Park City January 18-24, boasts expanded narrative and documentary lineups and counts Christopher Nolan, Benh Zeitlin and Oren Peli as alums. So who might this year’s Slamdance heroes be? Below, five diverse titles to seek out at Slamdance...

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    Exclusive: Eerie & Surreal Trailer For Slamdance Entry 'Jug Face' Starring Sean Young

    Recent cinema has seen a small handful of movies about cults or communities -- "Martha Marcy May Marlene," "Sound Of My Voice," "The Master" among them -- but perhaps the eeriest or strangest of them all is the upcoming "Jug Face." Set to premiere at the Slamd...

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    Exclusive: Trailer For Apocalyptic Slamdance Entry 'Best Friends Forever'

    For some, continuing to call the Sundance Film Festival "indie" given the huge stars, swag bags, parties and more that mark each year in Park City, is a bit of joke. But for those looking for some truly independent cinema, films that feature actors, actresses, writers and directors who are...

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    Sundance 2013: Exclusive First Look at NEXT Comedy 'Newlyweeds' as Circus Road Films Grabs Sales Rights

    One of the funkier selections in the Sundance Film Festival’s NEXT <=> program is “Newlyweeds,” the filmmaking debut of writer-director Shaka King. In its look at the life of a couple in love with smoking up as much as with each other, the dark romance-comedy has the pungent ...

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    Watch: 'No Limits, No Fear' In Animated Trailer for the 19th Slamdance Film Festival (Exclusive VIDEO)

    Slamdance has made available to Indiewire exclusively a new animated trailer for its upcoming 19th edition, emphasizing thrills to enhance this edition's tagline of "No Limits, No Fear."

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    Slamdance Award-Winner 'Punching the Clown' Being Developed as a Showtime Series

    Director Gregori Viens' indie comedy/future cult film "Punching the Clown" won the audience award for best narrative feature at Slamdance in 2009 before a small self-distributed theatrical release in 2010. The film, which Viens co-wrote with star Henry Phillips, is loosely based on Phi...

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    Michael K. Williams Talks 'Snow on tha Bluff' and His Upcoming Turn as Ol' Dirty Bastard in 'Dirty White Boy'

    Michael K. Williams, the actor best known for playing Omar Little on HBO's "The Wire," dons a new hat as executive producer for the first time with the microbudget indie "Snow on tha Bluff," which world premiered at the 2011 Slamdance Film Festival and hits DVD and VOD tomorr...

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    On the Scene at Slamdance 2012

    Park City's slightly kookier festival Slamdance celebrated with their annual sled-off, a horror happy hour, and a visit from Stan Lee. Check out the pics below!

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    'Welcome To Pine Hill' Leads Slamdance Award Winners

    The 18th Annual Slamdance Film Festival tonight announced the feature film and short film recipients of this year’s awards in the Audience, Grand Jury, and Sponsored Award categories.

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