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    Legends of the Fall: How "The Way" and "Margin Call" Bucked the Indie Box Office Blues

    As was the case for its Hollywood counterpart, it was not a great fall at the indie box office.

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    Sundance Film Festival Releases 2012 U.S. and International Short Films Roster

    In the final major 2012 Sundance Film Festival lineup announcement, the Sundance Institute unveiled the January festival's roster of U.S. and international short films. 64 shorts were selected from a record 7,675 submissions, up 16% over submissions for the 2011 festival, organizers said Tuesday...

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    Jeremy Piven on Going to Hell in Sundance Shocker "I Melt With You"

    Love it or hate it, Mark Pellington's tale of men doing very bad things, "I Melt With You," made an impact at the 2011 Sundance Film Festival. Those who hated it, really hated it (there were reportedly 46 walkouts at the film's first press screening), but the film landed the enviable feat of snaggin...

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    Sundance Film Festival Unveils Premieres & Documentary Premieres Lineups

    Sundance Film Festival unveiled its Premieres and Documentary Premieres lineup Monday afternoon, completing its major announcements for feature films both in and out of competition. All world debuts, films screening in Sundance's Premiere's section will showcase a cross-section of new work f...

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    "Kinyarwanda" Shows the Good and Bad of Cinematic Therapy

    The Rwandan genocide is more than a backdrop for the ensemble drama "Kinyarwanda." It puts a face on the victims and their oppressors with an earnest desire to work though the country's demons -- if not attempting to expel them, then at least coming to terms with the human component on...

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    The 2012 Sundance Park City at Midnight, NEXT and New Frontier Film Selections

    Below are the lineups for the 2012 Sundance Film Festival's Park City at Midnight, NEXT <=> and New Frontier film selections. For the festival's Spotlight section, go here.

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    Sundance Film Festival Announces Out of Competition Lineups

    The Sundance Film Festival has announced its 2012 Out of Competition titles, which will screen in the event's Spotlight, Park City at Midnight, NEXT <=> (yep, that symbol is part of the name) and New Frontier sections. Today's announcement comes on the heels of yesterday's U.S. an...

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    Indiewire's Must-Read Cheat Sheet for the 2012 Sundance Film Festival

    Where do Sundance films come from? If you're an Indiewire reader, they've been hiding in plain sight. We took a look at this year's dramatic competition titles and realized that Indiewire and/or our blog network has written about virtually all of this year's films and/or their m...

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    Sundance 2012: World Cinema Dramatic Competition

    Fourteen films from emerging filmmaking talents offer fresh perspectives and inventive styles. 4 Suns / Czech Republic (Director and screenwriter: Bohdan Sláma) — Immature Fogi attempts to straighten up and accept his responsibilities as a new husband and father, as well as role mo...

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    Sundance 2012: World Cinema Documentary Competition

    Twelve documentaries by some of the most courageous and extraordinary filmmakers working today. ½ REVOLUTION / Denmark (Directors: Omar Shargawi, Karim El Hakim) — In January 2011, two filmmakers captured the reality of the Egyptian revolution as it occurred out of view from the wo...

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