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    Future Tense: Sifting Through the Patterns of VR Storytelling at Sundance

    Now in its 10th year, Sundance's New Frontier has long been laying the groundwork for advances in storytelling.

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    The 12 Major Breakouts of the 2016 Sundance Film Festival

    Meet your new favorite talents, trends and films.

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    Memo to Distributors: Buy These 2016 Sundance Titles

    The festival is over, but several highlights are without U.S. release dates. Here's our usual plea to change that.

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    The Women of Sundance 2016 [PHOTOS]

    In roles both behind and in front of the camera, these are some of the women who contributed to this year's notable Sundance films.

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    All of the Winners of the 2016 Sundance Film Festival

    The big winners included documentaries "Sonita" and "Between Land and Sea" and dramatic features "The Birth of a Nation" and "Morris From America."

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    Sundance Review: 'Dr. Strangelove' Meets Christopher Guest in Moon Conspiracy Tale 'Operation Avalanche'

    Matt Johnson's followup to "The Dirties" is another original take on the found footage genre.

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    Sundance: Amazon Studios Sundance Institute Producers Awards Honor 'Morris From America' Duo

    This year's awards go to Sara Murphy and Adele Romanski, along with "Weiner" and "Life, Animated" producer Julie Goldman.

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    Sundance Review: 'Morris From America' Puts a Fresh Spin on Familiar Ingredients

    Chad Hartigan's tale of an African American teen living in Germany isn't your average coming-of-age story.

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    Sundance: Why Newly-Minted Director Clea DuVall Finally Went Behind the Camera for 'The Intervention'

    "I wrote a part that was very close to myself, because I don’t really get to do that very often, which I feel like is the opposite for everyone else. So many actors are playing themselves all the time and I never get to play myself."

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