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    Focus Features Takes On "Pariah" at Sundance

    Focus Features has picked up worldwide rights to writer-director Dee Rees' Sundance U.S. Dramatic Competition film, "Pariah." It's their first acquisition of the 2011 Sundance Film Festival; last year, their sole festival pickup was Lisa Cholodenko's "The Kids Are All Right."

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    Sundance Day 8: Minute by Minute

    Day 8 at Sundance is up and running as the film festival nears its end...

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    SUNDANCE FUTURES | Sundance Triple Threat Brit Marling

    The 2011 Sundance Film Festival has played host to a slew of fresh faces with multiple films in the lineup. British up-and-comer Juno Temple appeared in "Kaboom" and "Little Birds." The other Olsen sister, Elizabeth Olsen, had lead roles in "Martha Marcy May Marlene&quo...

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    Sundance 2011 | I Wasn't There: Sundance Doc "We Were Here" and the Importance of HIV/AIDS in Film

    For me, one of the standout films at the 2011 Sundance Film Festival was David Weissman's chronicle of the AIDS epidemic, "We Were Here." A very specific depiction of the onset of AIDS in America, the film focuses on the stories of five individuals who lived in San Francisco at the time - four gay m...

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    Sundance 2011 Links: Day 8

    Every day at Sundance, indieWIRE posts a rundown of news from our blog network as well as other outlets. Included today: Eugene Hernandez talks Sundance business, Spout likes what they see in Rutger Hauer, Cinema Blend interviews a very opinionated James Marsh, and Oscar coverage from Moviefone.

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    Sundance Review | A Cult and A Time Traveler in NEXT Entry "The Sound of My Voice"

    Notwithstanding a plot that might involve time travel and definitely involves quasi-religious indoctrination, Zal Batmanglij's directorial debut "Sound of My Voice" essentially revolves around the struggle to understand the inexplicable. Batmanglij defies conventional genre expectations with this ee...

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    More Rights Sold for Sundance's "Mountain"

    In the second deal of the day for Sundance U.S. doc competition title "The Last Mountain," New Video announced that it has acquired U.S. DVD and Digital Rights to the film, directed by Bill Haney. Earlier today, Dada Films said it had picked up U.S. theatrical rights to the film.

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    Sundance Review | A Familiar Sundance Romance in "Like Crazy"

    Drake Doremus is a filmmaker born to play the Sundance game. Last year, Doremus brought his sophomore feature "Douchebag" to the festival. The movie contained a devious tale of sibling rivalry, and was shot with a shaky-cam style and semi-improvised performances, two aspects of production familiar t...

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    Sundance | Dada Climbs "Mountain" for June 3 Roll Out

    U.S. theatrical rights to Bill Haney's Sundance 2011 doc, "The Last Mountain," has been acquired by Dada Films, the distributor's MJ Peckos said Thursday morning. The film had its world premiere in the U.S. Documentary Competition last Friday and Dada plans a June 3rd theatrical release in the "top...

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    Sundance Day 7: Minute by Minute

    Day 7 is up and running as the Sundance Film Festival nears its end...

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