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    IFC Midnight Nabs Haunted House Thriller 'The Pact'

    Hours after IFC Films acquired Josh Radnor’s “Liberal Arts,” IFC Midnight has purchased North American rights to Midnight section fave “The Pact.” Based on director Nicholas McCarthy’s 2011 Sundance short of the same title, McCarthy’s debut feature is a...

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    'Donnie Darko' is the #2 Film of the Last 10 Years, Says IMDbPro

    In celebration of their 10th anniversary of IMDbPro, IMDb has unveiled the redesigned new look of their popular subscription arm along with top 10 lists that document the movies, celebrities, TV shows and in-production titles that generated the most Pro traffic in the last decade. Launched...

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    Magnolia Gets 'V/H/S'

    Magnolia Pictures has bought the North American rights to Sundance Midnight entry “V/H/S.” A “found footage” anthology of twisted tales all recorded on VHS tapes a group of robbers watch during a robbery, the shorts were directed by Adam Wingard, Glenn McQuiad, Radio Sil...

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    The Top 5 Wacky Theories About 'The Shining' in New Frontiers Doc 'Room 237'

    Stanley Kubrick's 1980 Stephen King adaptation "The Shining" endures for many reasons -- from its supremely horrific mood to the technical feats used to create it. However, the lively voices in "Room 237" take that admiration to an entirely new plane of awareness. A search fo...

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    SUNDANCE INTERVIEW | Why the 'Declaration of War' Duo Are the Jack and Meg White of France

    Sometimes the story behind the making of a film isn't as good as the film itself. That's not the case with "Declaration of War," France's official submission for this year's foreign-language Oscar, currently playing in the Spotlight section at the Sundance Film Festival and opening in limited releas...

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    SUNDANCE REVIEW: 'The Surrogate' Turns Sex Therapy Into a Bittersweet Showcase for Helen Hunt and John Hawkes

    "I'm always in somebody's way," says Mark O'Brien (John Hawkes), the Berkeley writer stuck in an iron lung and desperate to find love in "The Surrogate." His desire to improve his experience by seeking a sexual encounter forms the bulk of this undeniably sweet, affect...

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    SUNDANCE INTERVIEW |The 'Indie Game' Directors Tell Us What Indie Filmmakers Can Learn From Gamers

    Directors Lisanne Pajot and James Swirsky call "Indie Game: The Movie" an "inspiring, cautionary tale." It explores the world of independent game development through developers of three games: Super Meat Boy, FEZ and Braid.

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    SUNDANCE REVIEW: "V/H/S" Breathes New Life (And Death) Into Found-Footage Horror

    SUNDANCE REVIEW: "V/H/S" Breathes New Life (And Death) Into Found-Footage Horror

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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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