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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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    Sundance 2013: RADiUS-TWC Picks Up Economic Doc 'Inequality For All'

    RADiUS-TWC snagged its fourth film at the Sundance Film Festival today, picking up all English speaking rights for economic documentary "Inequality For All." The company is planning a summer 2013 release for the film, which had its premiere on Saturday.

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    Sundance Review: Sundance Porn Star Biopic 'Lovelace' a Limp Melodramatic Affair

    Linda Boreman, née Linda Lovelace, took the porn world by the storm with her breakthrough performance in 1972's seminal blue movie "Deep Throat," but few audience members cared about her life offscreen. That's technically the focus of "Lovelace," a tame look at the actress' rise and the abuse she fa...

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    Columbia Law Professor Says Sundance Disney World Film 'Escape from Tomorrow' is a Cut-and-Dry Fair Use Case

    After seeing Sundance entry "Escape from Tomorrow," many were confused about how the film, which centers on a man who loses his job at Disney World and was shot covertly on the theme park's premises, could get away with using all of the images and media covered by Disney copyrights (e....

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    Sundance 2013: Magnolia Pictures Acquires David Gordon Green's 'Prince Avalanche'

    Magnolia Pictures has acquired North American rights to David Gordon Green’s latest, “Prince Avalanche.” Paul Rudd and Emile Hirsch star in the film, which had its premiere Sunday at the Sundance Film Festival. Magnolia has tentatively planned a summer theatrical release.

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    Sundance: 'Toy's House' Lovebirds Megan Mullally and Nick Offerman On Multi-Cam Vs. Single-Cam Sitcoms and How They Met

    Comedic power couple, Megan Mullally and Nick Offerman, are back in Park City for a second year in a row following their work together on last year's "Smashed," for the deadpan family comedy "Toy's House" (acquired yesterday by CBS Films). Fans of Mullally's deranged guest appearance on Offerman's b...

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    Sundance 2013: Amanda Seyfried's 'Lovelace' Acquired by RADiUS-TWC

    Rob Epstein and Jeffrey Friedman’s “Lovelace” has found a home with expected speed, as RADiUS-TWC purchased U.S. rights to the fact-based drama late Tuesday night. The company, which also acquired “Twenty Feet From Stardom” and “Concussion” out of the Sundan...

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    Sundance Review: 'Cutie and the Boxer' Illustrates the Struggles of An Artistic Genius

    "Art is a demon that drags you along," says 80-year-old visionary painter Ushio Shinohara in first-time director Zachary Heinzerling's delicate portrait "Cutie and the Boxer," but neither Shinohara nor his supportive wife and fellow artist Noriko are looking for a cure. Heinzerling's beautifully sho...

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