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    The Social Issue Docs Talk About Life After Sundance

    Sundance has a reputation for showing docs that hope to change the world, but while many of this year's social issue docs were audience favorites, most of have not hammered out distribution plans. Here's the look of where the films stand post-Sundance:

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    Here's the Four Sundance Films That Were Bought Today

    Sundance 2012 buying continued apace today, with four films announcing that they'd found North American homes.

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    Sundance Midnight Pic 'Excision' Goes to Anchor Bay Entertainment

    "Excision," the gory shock-horror film that sent Sundance audiences home with a fake bloody tampon, has been acquired for North American release by Anchor Bay Entertainment. "Excision" played in Sundance's Park City at Midnight section and stars AnnaLynne McCord, Tracy Lords ...

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    Wolfe Releasing Acquires Sundance Film Festival's NEXT Selection "Mosquita y Mari"

    Wolfe Releasing has acquired Aurora Guerrero's debut feature "Mosquita y Mari," which was well-received last month in the NEXT sectionat the Sundance Film Festival. The film is a sensitive coming-of-age story about the relationship between two young Latina women in Los Angeles.

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    From Museum to Sundance: How to See Sundance's Art-on-Film Hits

    Three Sundance documentaries presenting visual and performance art -- performance artist Marina Abramovic, Chinese political multimedia artist Ai Weiwei and environmental photographer and activist James Balog -- all made their debut to wide acclaim. Below, you'll find a complete guide to all ...

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    The Best Music of the 2012 Sundance Film Festival

    As anyone who attended the 2012 Sundance Film Festival can attest, this year's lineup boasted some great music. For those of you who didn't make it down to Park City (and for those of you that did and want to relive the memories), listen to some of the musical highlights that made up Indiewi...

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    FUTURES: 'Young & Wild' Filmmaker Marialy Rivas Talks Her Sexy, Sundance Award-Winning Debut

    Chilean director/writer Marialy Rivas turned heads at the just-wrapped Sundance Film Festival with her sexually provocative debut, “Young & Wild.” Rivas, an award-winning short filmmaker (her short "Blokes" screened at the festival last year), walked away from this year's edition with the World Cin...

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    VOD Review: Why Eugene Jarecki's War-On-Drugs Doc 'The House I Live In' Won the Grand Jury Prize

    VOD Review: Why Eugene Jarecki's War-On-Drugs Doc 'The House I Live In' Won the Grand Jury Prize

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    Everything You Ever Wanted to Know About the 2012 Sundance Film Festival

    Approximately 120 articles, reviews, features and profiles later, here's everything Indiewire knows about Sundance Film Festival 2012.

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