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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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    Magnolia and Participant Continue 'Food, Inc.' Collaboration with Hunger Crisis Doc 'A Place a the Table'

    Magnolia Pictures has picked up Kristi Jacobson and Lori Silverbush's "A Place at the Table" for US distribution. The Participant Media documentary, which premiered at Sundance (while titled "Finding North"; Indiewire's Meet the Filmmakers interivew is here), looks into t...

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    Shut Up And Keep Playing The Hits: LCD Soundsystem Doc Extends Run

    Yesterday we posted a piece on where to see LCD Soundsytem's Sundance Film Festival doc, "Shut Up and Play the Hits!' for an exclusive "one-night only" event screening across 163 theaters in North America. Today, Oscilloscope announced that the IFC Center (NYC) has just added ...

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    Sundance and Cinereach Reveal 15 Grant Winning Projects

    The Sundance Institute and Cinereach today announced the 15 projects set to receive a combined $200,000 in grants as part of the Cinereach Project at Sundance Institute. Recipients include three films that premiered at this year's Sundance Film Festival (all receiving post-production grants): Ir...

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    Roadside Attractions Buys Sundance Health Care Doc 'Escape Fire;' Will Release During the Fall Presidential Campaigns

    Roadside Attractions has acquired all U.S. rights to Matthew Heineman and Susan Froemke’s Sundance documentary “Escape Fire: The Fight to Rescue American Healthcare.” The indie distributor will release the film theatrically October 5, just as the presidential election hits its fina...

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    Watch: Trailer for Sundance Shocker 'Excision' Is NSFW And Then Some

    Ah, coming of age movies. The hormones, the acne, the sexual awakening, and... the necrophilia?

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    "Teddy Bear" Acquired By Film Movement

    "Teddy Bear," Danish director Mads Matthiesen's debut feature, has been acquired for North American release by Film Movement. Matthiesen won the Directing Award at Sundance, and the film will next be seen at New Directors/New Films this weekend.

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    Elizabeth Olsen on 'Silent House' and How Life Has Changed Post-'Martha'

    Just over a year ago, Elizabeth Olsen came to the Sundance Film Festival as buzzed-about newcomer, mainly thanks to her famous famous older siblings, Mary Kate and Ashley. Now with several awards to her name, a Spirit Award nomination for her acclaimed performance in "Martha Marcy May Marlene" and a...

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    Sundance London Sets Inaugural Film Program

    Sundance Institute and The O2 announced today the programme of 14 narrative and documentary feature films that will make their UK premieres at the inaugural Sundance London festival, taking place at The O2 Arena from 26-29 April. The films all premiered in January at the 2012 Sundance Film Festival....

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    10 Sundance Films Now Available to Watch At Home

    You don't have to work for the Sundance Institute to view some of the projects participating in the Institute's Artist Services program. Starting today in the U.S., you can check out 10 of the films (including the acclaimed "Lord Byron," the crazy horror film "The Oregonian," and Aldred P. Sloan Pri...

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