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    Sundance Review: Jason Schwartzman Does Well Under The Literary Influence in Alex Ross Perry’s 'Listen Up Philip'

    Marking a great leap forward in terms of style, structure, and star power from his previous feature, “The Color Wheel,” “Listen Up Phillip” will likely be trailed by positive word of mouth and land a healthy distribution deal.

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    Sundance Buy: IFC Films Acquires John Slattery's 'God's Pocket'

    IFC Films has acquired the U.S. rights to John Slattery's directorial debut "God's Pocket," the company announced at The Sundance Film Festival where the film made its world premiere in the U.S. Dramatic Competition section earlier this week.

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    How I Shot That: Going Hand-Held in Sundance Drama 'Low Down'

    Cinematographer Christopher Blauvelt's latest project is "Low Down," directed by Jeff Preiss and screening at Sundance 2014.

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    Sundance Review: 'The Raid 2' Is One Of the Great Action Films Of Recent Memory

    This is a feat that raises the bar for modern action filmmaking, and while claims of its stature as greatest action film of all time might sound premature, they aren't unwarranted.

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    Sundance Review: Joe Berlinger's 'Whitey' is a Captivating, Comprehensive Look at the Whitey Bulger Saga

    The latest true crime doc from Joe Berlinger chronicles the expansive list of individuals impacted by Boston boss Whitey Bulger and the frustrating search for the truth behind his alleged crimes.

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    Sundance Review: 'Under the Electric Sky' is a Glossy, Energetic Look at the Country's Largest Music Festival

    Through the experiences of six different groups of festivalgoers, "Under the Electric Sky" combines personal stories with thrilling 3D concert footage.

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    Sundance Review: In 'Calvary,' John Michael McDonagh Tries Sincerity On For Size

    “I think there’s too much talk about sins and not enough talk about virtues," Father James says in director John Michael McDonagh’s second film “Calvary,” an Irish mystery-comedy hybrid. Echoing Montgomery Clift's Father Logan in Alfred Hitchcock's 1953 thriller "I Confess," the vested protagonist e...

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    How I Shot That: Capturing the Tension with One Camera in Sundance Documentary 'Private Violence'

    Rex Miller is an experienced documentary cinematographer, with projects including 2014's "Althea," HBO's "The Loving Story," "Behind These Walls," and the 2013 series "A Chef's Life." Cynthia Hill's "Private Violence" delves into two women's true stories of surviving domestic violence.

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