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    Sony Classics Takes Sundance's 'Sugar Man'

    Sony Pictures Classics has acquired Sundance's opening night world doc "Searching For Sugar Man."

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    'West of Memphis' Reveals New Witnesses in WM3 Murder Case

    The West Memphis 3 murder case, examined in the "Paradise Lost" series, just got more complicated. "West of Memphis," the new doc screening here at Sundance, features new information from three witnesses about Terry Hobbs, who has been under suspicion since the 1993 murders ...

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    Notes From Opening Night: Four Films Kick Off Sundance 2012

    The 2012 Sundance Film Festival kicked off last night with four films from each of the four competition programs: Todd Louiso's "Hello I Must Be Going" (U.S. Narrative), Lauren Greenfield's "Queen of Versailles" (U.S. Documentary), Kieran Darcy-Smith's "Wish You ...

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    'The Pact' Filmmakers and Financiers Reach a Deal for Six More Scary Movies

    The producers and funders behind Sundance's Park City at Midnight film "The Pact," which premieres tonight, have announced an agreement to make six more genre movies together.

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    SUNDANCE REVIEW: 'Queen of Versailles' Portrays the Deadly Combo of Ego, Wealth and Ego

    The allure of boundless wealth provides fertile ground for documentarian Lauren Greenfield in "The Queen of Versailles," a glossy portrait of a billionaire too confident to face the reality of his impending financial woes.

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    SUNDANCE FUTURES: How Newcomer Gina Rodriguez Learned to Rap for 'Filly Brown'

    Why She's On Our Radar: In the Sundance U.S. Dramatic contender "Filly Brown" from directors Youssef Delara and Michael D. Olmos, Gina Rodriguez gives a commanding turn as the titular young hip-hop artist. The drama centers on Brown, a Los Angeles based struggling rapper with a mother in prison and ...

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    SUNDANCE REVIEW: 'Searching for Sugar Man' Tracks the U.S. Rock Legend You've Never Heard Of

    When 1970s Mexican-American singer-songwriter Sixto Rodriguez faded from view, he'd never had much visibility in the first place. Typically known only as "Rodriguez," the musician's gentle pop tunes and activist spirit came through in a handful of albums that were barely noticed in...

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    Sundance Opening Press Conference: It's All About New Initiatives, and the Films

    The start of the 2012 Sundance Film Festival began Thursday, as it always does, with a press conference with founder Robert Redford. Redford opened the discussion at the Egyptian Theatre in Park City, sitting alongside Sundance Institute head Keri Putnam and festival director John Cooper, by ...

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    Sundance is the Only 'Purely Independent' Festival? Robert Redford Thinks So.

    Robert Redford was asking for trouble at the opening press conference for the Sundance Film Festival this year. The event, which found the festival founder sitting before a roomful of journalists alongside festival director John Cooper and Sundance Institute executive director Keri Putnam, followed ...

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    Meet the Sundance Filmmakers: The Complete Collection

    For your perusing pleasure: Here's all 55 of our Meet the Filmmaker interviews for Sundance 2012, now accessible through one handy location. 

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