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    6 Great Insights From George Lucas at the Sundance Film Festival

    What does the godfather of the modern blockbuster and independent film have in common? More than you think.

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    Sundance Review: 'Take Me to the River' Announces the Arrival of a Promising New Filmmaking Talent

    Writer-director Matt Sobel's first feature is an astonishingly effective story of a family reunion gone wrong.

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    Sundance Review: Joe Swanberg's Excellent 'Digging For Fire' Marks a New Stage of His Career

    Jake Johnson and Rosemarie DeWitt star in this unique tale that stands apart from Swanberg's other work.

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    7 Things Learned About James Franco's 'I Am Michael' at Indiewire's Sundance Panel

    Stars James Franco and Zachary Quinto, director Justin Kelly and subject Michael Glatze joined Indiewire's Editor-in-Chief Dana Harris for a lively discussion about their new film at the 2015 Sundance Film Festival.

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    How I Shot That: DP Eric Lin on Shooting the Sarah Silverman Drama 'I Smile Back'

    "All you can do is know who you are as an artist. What motivates you? What stories inspires you?"

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    Podcast: Eric Kohn and Anne Thompson Join Special Guests in Park City

    Bobcat Goldthwait and "The Wolfpack" director Crystal Moselle joined our hosts at the Airbnb Haus on Main Street for the latest episode of Screen Talk.

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    Sundance Review: White Supremacist Takes Over Small Town in Mesmerizing Doc 'Welcome to Leith'

    Craig Cobb, who proclaimed himself "the most famous racist in the world," attempted to take over a small town in North Dakota. Here's what happened next.

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    Meet the 2015 Sundance Filmmakers #59: Daniel Garcia and Rania Attieh Put A Modern, Almost Bizarre, Twist on an Old Tale In 'H.'

    Helen and Helen find themselves slipping into madness after a series of mysterious and bizarre events in their shared hometown of Troy.

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    Sundance Review: Ryan Reynolds and Ben Mendelsohn Anchor Uneven 'Mississippi Grind'

    Directors Ryan Fleck and Anna Boden deliver an intriguing premise, but the story isn't on the same level as its central performances.

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