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    Jemaine Clement's 'What We Do In the Shadows' Acquired By The Orchard

    Based on a short film of the same name that Jemaine Clement wrote and directed back in 2006, "What We Do In The Shadows" marks Clement's feature directorial debut.

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    Watch: Sundance Doc 'The Overnighters' Trailer Examines How Unemployment Unravels US Communities

    The film does more than just raise awareness; it is an explicit call to action, with a bold declaration at the end of the trailer stating that 10 percent of all ticket sales will be donated to permanent supportive housing.

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    What Will the Future Look Like for Indie Filmmakers?

    As cinema moves forward, what will be the challenges or obstacles for independent filmmakers? Sundance NEXT filmmakers weigh in.

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    Should Filmmakers Think About Distribution Before They Start Shooting?

    How early should filmmakers think about the audiences of their film -- and whether they can get a distributor? Sundance NEXT filmmakers weigh in.

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    What's Next for Sundance NEXT Fest? The Sundance Film Festival Programmers Talk Zombies, Vampires and the Future of Filmmaking

    Los Angeles gets a little taste of The Sundance Film Festival with the NEXT FEST.

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    Watch: Trailer for 'The Green Prince' Examines the True Story of a Hamas Member Turned Israeli Spy

    The new trailer for "The Green Prince" offers an insider's look at the Middle East crisis.

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    Director Tracy Droz Tragos Compares Sundance-Winning 'Rich Hill' with 'Boyhood'

    At first glance, Richard Linklater's "Boyhood," the narrative film which follows a boy (Ellar Coltrane) as he comes of age over a period of twelve years, and the new documentary "Rich Hill," about poverty in rural Missouri, have little in common, but director Tracy Droz Tragos can see the parallels.

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    Watch: J.K. Simmons is Miles Teller's Worst Nightmare in Trailer for Sundance Hit 'Whiplash'

    Here's the trailer for the Damien Chazelle's debut film "Whiplash," which stars Miles Teller as a promising 19-year-old drummer who faces a difficult and threatening music teacher (J.K. Simmons).

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