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    Meet the 2013 Sundance Filmmakers #36 : Christina Voros Peeks Behind the Curtain of a Fetish Empire in 'Kink'

    Cinematographer-director Christina Voros, whose alma matters are Harvard and NYU's Tisch Scool, debuted as a director with 2008's "The Ladies," which won 15 festival Grand Jury prizes. Her film "Kink" is the latest of many collaborations with James Franco; others include "As I Lay Dying," "Child of ...

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    Sundance Review: 'Escape From Tomorrow' Is a Surreal Indictment of Disneyfied Society That Disney Will Never Let You See

    Randy Moore's debut feature is already one of the most talked-about films in recent Sundance history. By filming without permission and portraying Disney World as the ultimate horror show, the question is whether anyone else will ever get to see it.

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    Meet the 2013 Sundance Filmmakers #35: Dylan Mohan Gray Exposes One of "the Greatest Crimes in Human History" in 'Fire in the Blood'

    After a career in various other capacities in the international film industry, Dylan Mohan Gray has arrived at Sundance 2013 with his filmmaking debut. Self-described as a "garden variety Punjabi-Irish hybrid, lover of contemporary history and politics," Gray studied film in college, but not necessa...

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    Meet the 2013 Sundance Filmmakers #36 : Jacob Kornbluth On Why 'Inequality for All' is 'An Inconvenient Truth' for the Economy

    Jacob Kornbluth's last foray into Sundance territory came back in 2004 with the Mary-Louise Parker-led "The Best Thief in the World." Nearly a decade after, the Berkeley-based director has his first documentary feature in "Inequality for All." A self-taught filmmaker, Kornbluth's background as a wor...

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    Sundance Review: Alicia Keys-Scored 'Inevitable Defeat of Mister and Pete' Loses Its Way

    Director George Tillman Jr.'s filmography includes star-studded studio projects like "Men of Honor" and "Notorious," but you wouldn't guess it from the ultra-sincere "The Inevitable Defeat of Mister and Pete," an earnest tale of two lower class kids spending the summer on their own in the Brooklyn p...

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    Sundance 2013: RADiUS-TWC Snags Opening-Night Doc 'Twenty Feet From Stardom'

    Not wasting any time Friday, RADiUS-TWC snatched up North American rights to opening-night documentary “Twenty Feel From Stardom."

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    A Beat Renaissance Sexes Up Sundance

    The work of the Beats has periodically bubbled up into the artistic consciousness over the decades. But why does it have renewed artistic currency now?

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    Sundance 2013: Killer Films' Christine Vachon and Pamela Koffler Dish on Their Sundance Slate and Discuss How the Festival Has Changed

    There's no arguing that Christine Vachon and Pamela Koffler's New York-based production company Killer Films is synonymous with the indie film movement. Since breaking out onto the indie scene in a huge way by taking the 1991 Sundance Film Festival by storm with their Grand Jury Prize-winning stunne...

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    Sundance 2013: The Sellers Are Stoked, the Cupboard Is Stocked, the Buyers Are Hungry

    Every year, the Sundance Film Festival holds a few surprises. But the market may be the one thing that’s suddenly become pretty predictable. And that’s a good sign.

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    Sundance Review: Jordan-Set 'May in the Summer' Smartens Up Chick Flick Conventions

    Cherien Dabis' 2009 directorial debut "Amreeka" followed a family of Palestinian immigrants trying to make do with life in suburban America. Her follow-up, the substantially more polished and enjoyable "May in the Summer," tackles the inverse premise: A high-minded New Yorker dealing with a vastly d...

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