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    PODCAST: Why This Year's Sundance Signals a Shift in the Industry

    Recording live from Park City, Eric Kohn and Anne Thompson discuss the highlights of this year's festival and how the marketplace for independent film has changed.

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    Sundance Review: 'The Eyes of My Mother' is the Discovery of This Year's Festival

    Nicolas Pesce's debut is a nightmarish tale that fuses classic horror ingredients with a fresh vision.

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    Sundance: How 'SNL' Writer Chris Kelly Turned His Personal Pain Into a Festival Opener

    With "Other People," Kelly turned his own family tragedy into a sweet, funny and touching opening night film.

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    Sundance Springboard: Meet the 'Little Men' at the Heart of Ira Sachs' Acclaimed Drama

    Theo Taplitz and Michael Barbieri are the heart of Ira Sachs' Sundance crowdpleaser, thanks to complex roles that give the newbies room to shine.

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    Sundance Review: Nick Jonas Gets Sick of Frat Life in 'Goat'

    Andrew Neel's depraved look at hazing rituals has a serious message.

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    Is Sundance Too Big for its Own Good? Founder Robert Redford Proposes Big Changes

    "As [Sundance] grew, so did the crowds, so did the development in Park City. At some point, they're going to begin to choke each other."

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    How I Shot That: DP Eric Edwards Explains Why The Right Tools Are More Important Than Ever

    The industry vet tells us about how his background helped inform John Krasinski's latest film, "The Hollars."

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    Sundance 2016: Group Portraits from the Festival's Top Titles and More [PHOTOS]

    Some of the best group shots from our weekend at the Chase Sapphire Lounge in Park City.

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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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