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    Meet the 2014 Sundance Filmmakers #27: Mark Grieco Tells the Stories of Colombian Men in the Mines of 'Marmato'

    Debuting his first feature-length film, Mark Grieco is an independent filmmaker and photojournalist interested in human rights and justice in the global economy.

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    Meet the 2014 Sundance Filmmakers #26: Stephanie Soechtig is Sick of the System and Serves Up 'Fed Up'

    Stephanie Soechtig directed and produced the documentary "Tapped" (2009) as her directorial debut, bringing it to film festivals across the country and picking up six awards for Best Documentary Feature. She began her career in television, producing documentaries for "20/20," "Primetime Live," "The ...

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    5 Must See Shorts at Sundance 2014

    Here, in alphabetical order, are five shorts that epitomize the best of what’s trending at Sundance this year.

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    Meet the 2014 Sundance Filmmakers #24: Malik Vitthal Tells a Gangster's Story of Redemption in 'Imperial Dreams'

    "My mother raised me on ashrams, so as a boy I traveled the world exploring other cultures."Malik Vitthal was born and raised in LA and graduated from USC's School of Cinematic Arts. His passion for storytelling through film, he told Indiewire, "allows me to explore my curiosity for the human experi...

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    Sundance Exclusive: Follow a Bodily Fluid-Obsessed Teenager in the First 3 Minutes of 'Wetlands'

    "Wetlands" is a German film about Helen, a gleeful rule-breaker who ends up hospitalized after a shaving accident. The film will premiere at Sundance in the World Dramatic section on January 18th. Indiewire is pleased to exclusively premiere the first three minutes of the film prior to its unveiling...

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    How Steven Soderbergh’s ’sex, lies and videotape’ Still Influences Sundance After 25 Years

    Did the Sundance Film Festival make "sex, lies and videotape" or did "sex, lies and videotape" put Sundance on the festival map?

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    Meet the 2014 Sundance Filmmakers #23: Jeffrey Radice Makes an Elegy to Dock Ellis with 'No No: A Dockumentary'

    Jeffrey Radice graduated from Duke University with a degree in cultural anthropology and started out as a film producer. He came to Sundance with short documentaries in 2003 and 2004 ("The King and Dick" and "LSD A Go Go"). He told Indiewire, "'No No' is my first film, an elegy to Dock Ellis."

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    Meet the 2014 Sundance Filmmakers #22: Adam Wingard Introduces a Sinister Stranger in 'The Guest'

    Most recently known for "You're Next," a home-invasion thriller widely released in 2013, Adam Wingard is an Alabama filmmaker known for his genre work. "I've been categorized as a mumblecore/mumblegore filmmaker, whatever that means," he told Indiewire, "and lately I am happy to not be directing hor...

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    The Sundance Springboard: 10 Actors to Watch Out For at the 2014 Sundance Film Festival

    Brit Marling, Elizabeth Olsen, Edward Burns, Terrence Howard and Gabourey Sidibe all came to Park City as relative unknowns and emerged as highly sought-after talents. With the 2014 edition of the Sundance Film Festival launching tomorrow, the springboard is loaded. Here's Indiewire's picks for the ...

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