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    Sundance Review: Moving Beyond 'Putty Hill,' Matthew Porterfield Turns to Music With Melancholic Drama 'I Used to Be Darker'

    Matthew Porterfield's sleeper hit "Putty Hill" was heralded for its keen melding of documentary and narrative traditions into a poetic exploration of a small Baltimore community impacted by a young man's sudden death. The movie drifted effortlessly from one environment to another, ...

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    CNN Films Acquires Roger Ebert Documentary Exec Produced by Martin Scorsese

    CNN Films has decided to use the Sundance Film Festival to announce its intentions to further muscle into the documentary film game with three new big projects. And they’ve got some heavy-hitting names involved.

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    Sundance 2013: How They Did It -- Shorts Directors on Landing Competition Slots

    The five dramatic shorts comprising “Shorts Program I” screened in Park City to a full house on opening night of the 2013 Sundance Film Festival Thursday, Jan. 17. Indiewire came in from the cold to the Egyptian Theatre's attic, which doubles as a green room, to hit up these filmmake...

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    Sundance 2013: Watch Pussy Riot's Katya Skype Into the Premiere of 'Pussy Riot: A Punk Prayer' (Video)

    Mike Lerner and Maxim Pozdorovkin's documentary "Pussy Riot: A Punk Prayer," which portrays the horrifyingly unjust and unbelievably epic narrative that evolved as three women in activist Russian punk rock group Pussy Riot were arrested for hooliganism last March, had its world premiere at the Sunda...

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    Sundance 2013: Icarus Films Grabs World Competition Doc 'The Machine Which Makes Everything Disappear'

    Icarus Films has acquired all North American distribution rights to the world documentary competition entry “The Machine Which Makes Everything Disappear” at the Sundance Film Festival. The film had its premiere Friday, Jan. 18.

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    Watch Daniel Radcliffe Talk Ginsberg (and Hair Perms) at the Q&A For 'Kill Your Darlings' (Video)

    One of the most anticipated films in competition at Sundance this year, John Krokidas' feature directorial debut "Kill Your Darlings," premiered at the Eccles Theatre in Park City Friday night.

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    Meet the 2013 Sundance Filmmakers #39 : Srdan Golubovic On His World Dramatic Competition Contender 'Circles'

    It's been a dozen years since Srdan Golubovic's debut feature, "Absolute Hundred" opened at Toronto. Over time, the focus of the born-and-raised Belgrade native has shifted from downtrodden Olympians to parents faced with impossible decisions, the main subject of his Oscar-shortlisted "The Trap" bac...

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    Sundance 2013: Harrowing Climbing Doc 'The Summit' Picked Up by Sundance Selects

    Sundance Selects has acquired North American rights to Nick Ryan’s documentary “The Summit,” which had its world premiere Friday, Jan. 18, at the Sundance Film Festival.

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    Meet the 2013 Sundance Filmmakers #38 : Randy Moore Depicts an Epic Battle in 'Escape from Tomorrow'

    "Escape from Tomorrow" is Randy Moore's debut feature. The Illinois-born filmmaker credits his father for passing on his passion for telling stories. He recalls making short films with a Betamax camera as far back as he can remember. But it was "Dead Poets Society" that chang...

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    Sundance Review: Jim Mickle's Slow-Burn 'We Are What We Are' Remake Is Quiet, Gross and Better Than the Original

    Writer-director Jim Mickle has steadily established himself as a horror filmmaker with interests that treat the art of shock value with rare maturity. In his feature-length debut "Mulberry Street," he funneled the mold for a cheesy monster movie into a metaphor for gentrification and urban decay; hi...

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