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    Sundance 2013: Why the Aggressive Indie-Film Market Reflects Real Promise for the Future

    The mood pre-Sundance was one of optimism. People heading to Park City expected to see a strong slate and to see those movies find comfortable homes among an ever-widening array of distributors. But the fervor with which buyers snatched up titles — and their attendant financial commitments &md...

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    Watch: Dave Grohl and Stevie Nicks Perform 'Landslide' at Sundance

    For your Friday entertainment: In recognition of today's release of Dave Grohl's 'Sound City,' here's a clip of the January 18 Sound City Players show at the Sundance Film Festival, this one featuring a stripped-down arrangement of Stevie Nicks and Grohl performing "Landslid...

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    Watch Sundance's Female Filmmakers Share Stories (and Laughs) at the Her Infinite Variety Panel

    The 2013 Sundance Film Festival is most definitely shaping up to be an extraordinary one for female filmmakers, and the "Her Infinite Variety" panel on Main Street in Park City Wednesday celebrated that by bringing together six of the dozens of women with films here.

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    Sundance: 'Lovelace' Star Amanda Seyfried on Nudity and Why She Still Considers 'Mean Girls' Her Best Work

    Fresh from cooing her way into our hearts in the holiday hit "Les Miserables," Amanda Seyfried arrived in Park City Tuesday night with "Lovelace," a project that couldn't be more different from Tom Hooper's earnest, Oscar-nominated musical.

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    Sundance Review: Was 'The Way, Way Back' Worth the $10 Million Fox Searchlight Paid For It?

    Fox Searchlight's generous offer calls to mind a similar movie the distributor famously purchased for the same hefty price tag at the festival seven years ago -- "Little Miss Sunshine." But where "Sunshine" generated unique chemistry, "The Way, Way Back" exclusively relies on familiar tropes.

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    Meet the 2013 Sundance Filmmakers #48: Gael Garcia Bernal and Marc Silver Tackle Migration in the Hybrid Doc, 'Who is Dayani Cristal?'

    Marc Silver's acclaimed opening night documentary, "Who is Dayani Cristal?," tells the true story of one migrant worker who found himself in that deadly stretch of desert known as the "corridor of death," to provide a tragic testimony to the results of the U.S. war on immigration. Silver does so by ...

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    Sundance 2013: Entertainment One Invites 'We Are What We Are' Into the Family

    Canada-based distributor Entertainment One has closed a deal to take U.S. rights to “We Are What We Are,” a creepy Park City at Midnight selection of the Sundance Film Festival. One source puts the sale in the low-seven-figures range. EOne plans a theatrical release later this year.

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    Sundance 2013: Exclusive Releasing Acquires Naomi Watts-Robin Wright Drama 'Two Mothers'

    New Exclusive Media distribution division Exclusive Releasing has jumped into the Sundance fray by picking up U.S. rights to the drama “Two Mothers,” starring Naomi Watts and Robin Wright. The film had its world premiere Friday, Jan. 18, in the Premieres section of the Sundance Film Fest...

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    Sundance Closer 'jOBS,' with Ashton Kutcher as Steve Jobs, Sets Release Date

    While Park City audiences will have to wait just a bit more to see the World Premiere of the Steve Jobs biopic as the closing film for the 2013 Sundance Film Festival, Open Road Films have announced that they will release the film on April 19, 2013. 

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    Sundance Futures: Paul Eenhoorn, the Unexpected 'Martin Bonner' Breakout, On Keeping the Passion Alive

    Why He’s On Our Radar: Seattle-based Australian actor Paul Eenhoorn has been making a name for himself in Seattle’s filmmaking industry for the better part of the a decade, after trying to make a break for it in his native country. He's likely best known for playing the villain, Mr. ...

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