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    Sundance Review: 'Cameraperson' is a Transcendent Documentary Experience

    Kirsten Johnson's collection of scenes from other films creates a truly original new one.

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    Sundance: John Carney Explains How the Crowd-Pleasing 'Sing Street' is Part of a Greater Trilogy

    Back at the festival with another musical straight from the heart, the filmmaker explains where his lively new feature fits into his unique career.

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    Sundance: Why Nate Parker Put His Acting Career on Hold to Make Breakout Hit 'The Birth of a Nation'

    "The desire to make this film could have come as a detriment to my career. I think that is why this is such a huge victory for independent film and independent filmmakers."

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    Sundance: How Robert Greene and Kate Lyn Sheil Made the Festival's Most Fascinating Documentary

    "One of the things it’s about is how I’m grappling with my own desire to see things, my understanding of my own voyeurism, and what that all means for me."

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    10 Huge Sundance Film Festival Deals (and How They Paid Off)

    Most buzzy titles at the Sundance Film Festival these days sell to distributors between $1 million and $3 million, but these 10 movies bucked the average entirely, igniting fierce bidding wars to become the biggest purchases in Sundance history.

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    How I Shot That: DP Larkin Seiple Explains How to Shoot an Action Film on an Indie Scale

    Shooting with water, bears and other practical challenges, "Swiss Army Man" wasn't your average low budget production. But Seiple was ready for it.

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    Sundance Review: The Brilliance of 'Birth of a Nation' Is Bigger Than the Movie

    Nate Parker's period drama is a major event at Sundance, but the reasons for its success aren't just related to the filmmaking.

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    Sundance: Amy Seimetz Explains the Most Feminist Decision She Made When Crafting 'The Girlfriend Experience'

    "We didn’t want a character who was constantly telling you why she was doing things and expressing all these feelings, because we’ve seen enough of that for women."

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    Sundance: Why 'The Hollars' Director and Star John Krasinski Doesn't Mind If You Call His Film 'Sundance-y'

    "When did that become a bad thing? I feel that’s why we’re here. All these movies wouldn’t be here if 'Sundance-y' was a bad thing."

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    How I Shot That: DP Elliot Davis on the Rigor and Speed it Took to Create 'The Birth of a Nation'

    The veteran shooter breaks down how he shot the record-breaking Sundance film at a breakneck pace.

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