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    Sundance Review: Ryan Coogler's 'Fruitvale' Renders a Tragic Police Shooting in Personal Terms

    Moments after New Years Day 2009, 22-year-old Bay Area resident Oscar Grant was shot by a police officer at the Fruitvale BART station in altercation that didn't call for it. The officer, whose actions were captured on numerous cell phone videos, claimed he mistook his gun for his taser and eventual...

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    Watch: James Franco Explains Why He Explored Gay Sexuality in 'Interior. Leather Bar.'

    This Saturday night, James Franco and filmmaker Travis Mathews ("I Want Your Love," "In Their Room") debuted their doc/narrative hybrid "Interior. Leather Bar." to a captive audience that was either slightly confused or completely excited.

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    Sundance 2013: A24 Acquires Competition Drama 'The Spectacular Now'

    One of the most active new distribution companies on the independent film scene, A24 nailed down a deal to take North American rights to “The Spectacular Now” in the early morning hours Monday. The company plans a summer release for the film, which had its premiere Friday in the U.S. dra...

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    Masterful 'Before Midnight' Reunites Ethan Hawke and Julie Delpy For the Best Installment of Richard Linklater's Trilogy

    With "Before Midnight," Richard Linklater has completed one of the finest movie trilogies of all time, consolidating the full power of the earlier movies into a masterful treatise on the evolution of romance.

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    Park Chan-wook's First American Movie, 'Stoker,' Features a Creepy Mia Wasikowska and Familiar Violent Streak

    South Korean auteur Park Chan-wook's filmmaking always dances a fine line between sublime and absurd genre ingredients. "Stoker," his first American-set, English language picture, is no exception. It's tempting to resist describing the movie in terms of the cinematic traditions it calls to mind: Alf...

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    Sundance 2013: IFC Films Falls for Michael Winterbottom's 'The Look of Love'

    IFC Films has taken North American rights to Michael Winterbottom’s “The Look of Love,” which amounts to the first acquisition of a dramatic film at the 2013 Sundance Film Festival. The Premieres section drama first screened Saturday night at the Eccles Theatre.

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    Sundance 2013: 'Pussy Riot' Doc to Air on HBO

    Another documentary out of the Sundance Film Festival’s strong nonfiction programming has found a home: HBO Documentary Films has acquired U.S. TV rights to “Pussy Riot — A Punk Prayer.” The political doc had its world premiere Friday night in the world cinema documentary com...

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    Sundance Review: Outlaw Romance 'Ain't Them Bodies Saints' a Triumph of Visual Poetry and Genre Revision

    As beautifully shot as it is performed by its two leads, "Ain't Them Bodies Saints" channels genre expectations into sheer poetry.

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    Sunday at Sundance: A Quickening Pace, Deals Imminent, Docs Strong

    By mid-afternoon Sunday, day four of the Sundance Film Festival, the acquisitions landscape remained fairly quiet. On the outside.

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    Objectification in Porn and Rom Coms: Joseph Gordon-Levitt Explains 'Don Jon's Addiction' at Sundance Q&A

    The film could have been a crass portrayal of misogynistic, self-involved behavior, but instead it impressed the audience with a thoughtful examination that shows compassion for most of its hilarious characters.

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