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    Ry Russo-Young Discusses John Krasinski's First Sex Scene and Collaborating With Lena Dunham for 'Nobody Walks'

    Ry Russo-Young may have worked with her highest profile cast to date for her third directorial offering "Nobody Walks," but that doesn't mean she's softened up. Working off an incisive and surprising screenplay co-written by "Girls" sensation Lena Dunham, "Nobody Walks" explores rocky emotional terr...

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    Mary Elizabeth Winstead Discusses Why She Took on 'Smashed': "I wasn't feeling good about what I was doing."

    Over the course of her relatively short career (she's only 27), Mary Elizabeth Winstead has turned in a string of solid supporting turns in films that never really merited her talents ("Abraham Lincoln: Vampire Hunter," anyone?). That changes this Friday with the release of her Sundance hit, "Smashe...

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    Sundance Institute Teams with Todd Oldham for Exclusive Line of Products; John Waters, Susan Sarandon and Parker Posey to Contribute Designs

    Sundance Institute announced today that they will be teaming up with artist and designer Todd Oldham to produce a custom line of limited-edition recycled bags and wallets, as well as accessories and apparel, exclusively for the 2013 Sundance Film Festival.

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    Parker Posey Comedy 'Price Check' Picked Up by IFC Films

    Deals are still closing for Sundance 2012 films. IFC Films announced Tuesday that it has locked down all North American rights to writer-director Michael Walker’s comedy “Price Check.” The specialty distributor will release the film on VOD October 11 and in theaters November 16.

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    Sundance Institute Pushes Preservation at Independent Film Week in New York

    The Sundance Institute held its second annual New York get-together Tuesday night during Independent Film Week, with dozens of alumni crowding the covered pool deck at the Empire Hotel at Lincoln Center while the rain pounded outside. Executive director Keri Putnam and festival director John Cooper ...

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    'Hello I Must Be Going' Star Melanie Lynskey On Her Bout With Depression After 'Heavenly Creatures' and Proving Naysayers Wrong

    If you don't know Kiwi actress Melanie Lynskey by name, chances are you likely do by face. Since breaking out at 16 opposite Kate Winslet in Peter Jackson's brutal and sad "Heavenly Creatures," Lynskey has worked with some of the best directors in the business (including Steven Soderbergh, Jason Rei...

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    'Detropia' Filmmakers Explain DIY Distribution and How the Sundance Institute Artist Services Program Works

    Documentary filmmakers Rachel Grady and Heidi Ewing ("The Boys of Baraka," "Jesus Camp") took their latest film, "Detropia," to the Sundance Film Festival in January. When no suitable distribution deal materialized during the fest and the months afterward, the duo decid...

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    Annenberg Foundation Bestows $1 Million Three-Year Grant on Sundance Institute

    On Monday, Sundance Institute announced that the Annenberg Foundation has bestowed a $1 million three-year grant on the independent film and theater non-profit organization. The funds will go toward supporting the Institute’s many initiatives, including its Artist Services Program and the Sund...

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    Sundance Institute Adds 11 Films to Hulu, Netflix and SnagFilms Through Its Artist Services Program

    The Sundance Institute announced Thursday that 11 independent films supported by its Artist Services Program are now available on Hulu, Netflix and SnagFilms (Indiewire's parent company).  The Artist Services Program gives Sundance alumni exclusive opportunities to self-distribute, mar...

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    Sundance Biopic Winner 'Violeta Went to Heaven' Acquired by Kino Lorber

    Kino Lorber has acquired North American rights to Andres Wood's "Violeta Went to Heaven." The film, which this year won the Sundance World Cinema Dramatic Jury Prize, is about musician, folksinger and poet, Violet Parra of the Latin American music world.

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