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    From ARRI Alexa to Sony HVR: What the 2013 Sundance Filmmakers Shot On

    When Indiewire asked filmmakers to respond to a set of questions before their arrival at Park City earlier this month, included in that list of questions was one about what cameras were used to shoot each Sundance film. 

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    For Your Consideration: Sundance and Next Year's Oscars

    Now that it's all over, let's take an Oscar-specific look at this year's Sundance Film Festival, which could very well work as a partial crystal ball into what will be happening in the awards race a year from now. 

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    Critical Consensus: Peter Knegt and Eric Kohn On Oscar Momentum For 'Argo' and Awards Candidates From Sundance 2013

    In this edition of Critical Consensus, Indiewire’s chief film critic and resident Oscar prognosticator trade insights on what "Argo's" new momentum means for the Oscar race and which Sundance Film Festival movies might be part of the discussion next year.

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    Facebook Employees Launch Foundation to Fund Asian Artists at Sundance

    Last week at the Sundance Film Festival, Facebook engineer Phil Fung and former employees Julia Lam and Franklyn Chien announced a partnership with the Sundance Institute to support Asian American artists here at the Filmmaker’s Lodge on Monday, Jan. 21. The non-profit A3 Foundation will spons...

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    'Before Midnight,' 'Upstream Color,' and 'After Tiller' Top Indiewire's 2013 Sundance Critics Poll

    It's not often that the two most anticipated movies at a major film festival live up to the hype. But as the 2013 Sundance Film Festival wound down this past weekend, that's exactly what happened. In a return to 2004 of sorts, Richard LInklater's "Before Midnight" and Shane Carruth's "Upstream Color...

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    Here Are All of Indiewire's Interviews Out of the 2013 Sundance Film Festival

    As is the case every January, Park City played host to a crop of filmmakers and actors with work in the Sundance Film Festival. This year saw stars like Amanda Seyfried and literary icon David Sedaris drop down in Utah, as well as up-and-comers like "Cutie and the Boxer" director Zachary Heinzerling...

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    How Sundance Institute's Artist Services Program Is Growing Its Ability to Connect Indie Filmmakers With Their Fans

    Launched in 2011, the Sundance Institute’s Artist Services initiative was designed to help Sundance alumni filmmakers get their work in front of audiences in a shifting industry environment that was developing increasing options for self-distribution. The effort has been one of executive direc...

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    Meet the 2013 Sundance Filmmakers #58: Alexandre Moors Explores Violence in America in 'Blue Caprice'

    Inspired by the 2002 Beltway sniper attacks in which ten random victims were killed in Washington D.C., Alexandre Moors' "Blue Caprice" is a semi-road movie that looks at the killers' stories prior to the event. The filmmaker's feature debut that screened in the Next section ne...

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    Meet the 2013 Sundance Filmmakers #57: Louis Sutherland & Mark Albiston Take From Their Past in "Shopping"

    Directing team and friends since childhood, Louis Sutherland and Mark Albiston used their personal stories of growing up in New Zealand in the 80's as the inspiration for "Shopping," nominated for the World Cinema Grand Jury Prize: Dramatic award. The coming-of-age story meets crime dr...

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    Meet the 2013 Sundance Filmmakers #56: Jehane Noujaim Fights Alongside Egyptian Protestors in "The Square (Al Midan)"

    Egyptian-American filmmaker and director of the 2001 Grand Jury Prize: Documentary nominated "Startup.com" Jehane Noujaim documents the daily lives of the Egyptian activists during the protests of 2011 in "The Square (Al Midan)." Also nominated for the Grand Jury Prize in the Wor...

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