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    IFC Takes Sundance's 'Liberal Arts'

    IFC Films has taken North American rights to Josh Radnor's "Liberal Arts," which debuted in the Premieres section of the Sundance Film Festival this past weekend.

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    Sony and Samuel Goldwyn Will Partner on Sundance Crowdpleaser 'Robot & Frank'

    Jake Schreier's "Robot & Frank," which stars Frank Langella as an old man with a declining memory who befriends a robot, has been picked up by Sony Pictures Worldwide and Samuel Goldwyn Films.

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    Sundance Announces Jury Prizes in Short Filmmaking

    The Sundance Institute has revealed this year's jury prizes and honorable mentions in short filmmaking at the festival. Winners include "Waste Land" director Lucy Walker, for her non-fiction short "The Tsunami and the Cherry Blossom"; "Fishing Without Nets," helmed by Cutter Hodierne; and "The Black...

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    Sundance 2012: A Complete Guide to All the Films

    This is Indiewire's frequently updated guide to all the films playing in this year's edition of the Sundance Film Festival. Keep checking back to the guide for links to reviews, interviews and Criticwire grades. More: Latest Reviews | Latest Interviews | Complete Coverage

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    SUNDANCE REVIEW: 'The Imposter' Is a Con Man Doc That Messes With Your Head

    "From the producers of 'The Tillman Story' and 'Man on Wire,'" reads a description for "The Imposter" provided by the Sundance Film Festival, which might have added "No kidding." Documentarian Bart Layton's engaging investigation into a bizarre 1997 ...

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    SUNDANCE REVIEW: 'Back to the Future' Meets 'Juno' In Capricious 'Safety Not Guaranteed'

    It's probably unfair to describe "Safety Not Guaranteed" as "Back to the Future" by way of "Juno," as it certainly sets the bar too high. But in terms of entertainment value and tone, the shoe fits. Colin Trevorrow's good-natured romantic comedy takes a handful of characters facing familiar conundru...

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    Roadside Attractions and Lionsgate Team Up to Buy 'Arbitrage'

    Roadside Attractions and Lionsgate have bought Nicholas Jarecki’s “Arbitrage.” This thriller set in the high finance world stars Gere as billionaire hedge fund tycoon Robert Miller who on the eve of his sixtieth birthday finds himself desperately trying to sell his trading emp...

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    GLAAD Holds Sundance Panel to Commemorate New Queer Cinema, Discuss 'Keep the Lights On'

    Monday afternoon at Sundance's Filmmakers Lounge, GLAAD held a panel to discuss "Keep the Lights On," the latest drama from Ira Sachs playing in the U.S. Dramatic Competition. The event, dubbed "What Modern Queer Cinema Looks Like" (moderated by New York Magazine's K...

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    Millennium Entertainment Acquires 'Red Lights'

    Millennium Entertainment has acquired the Sundance thriller “Red Lights.” Directed by Rodrigo Cortes ("Buried") and starring Robert De Niro, Cillian Murphy, Sigourney Weaver and Elizabeth Olsen, the film looks at two investigators (Murphy and Weaver) of paranormal hoaxes w...

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    New Frontiers Presenter Paul Abacus Doesn't Exist. Here's Why.

    This year's New Frontiers program at the Sundance Film Festival was bigger than ever, but one of the most startling presentations came from a man who wasn't there.

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