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    A Beat Renaissance Sexes Up Sundance

    The work of the Beats has periodically bubbled up into the artistic consciousness over the decades. But why does it have renewed artistic currency now?

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    Sundance: 'Charlie Countryman' Director Fredrik Bond Shares How 'Trainspotting' & 'The Graduate' Inspired His "Coming-Of-Age Spiritual Love Story"

    How can you be a first-time filmmaker and a veteran all at the same time? Well, if you're director Fredrik Bond, it's easy. For the last decade or so, he's been an acclaimed, award-winning commercials director, picking up honors from the British Television Advertising Awards and being nominated twic...

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    Sundance: Redford Talks 'Too Many Festivals,' LA Times on Commercialism and Competition, Plus Oversupply of Film Students

    The 2013 Sundance Film Festival kicked off January 18. Below, a roundup of coverage heading into the fest, and Robert Redford's opening remarks, during which he admitted that "there are probably too many festivals."

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    The 2013 Sundance Review Report: Day 1

    Rounding up the reviews and tweets from Sundance '13 opening night.

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    Sundance 2013: Killer Films' Christine Vachon and Pamela Koffler Dish on Their Sundance Slate and Discuss How the Festival Has Changed

    There's no arguing that Christine Vachon and Pamela Koffler's New York-based production company Killer Films is synonymous with the indie film movement. Since breaking out onto the indie scene in a huge way by taking the 1991 Sundance Film Festival by storm with their Grand Jury Prize-winning stunne...

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    Sundance Review Roundup: Sebastian Silva's Drug-Fueled and Off-Kilter Slacker Comedy 'Crystal Fairy,' Starring Michael Cera

    Critics are weighing in from Park City on Sebastián Silva's 'Crystal Fairy & the Magic Cactus and 2012,' starring Michael Cera, one of three Sundance Fest opening night offerings. The effectiveness of Cera's casting is up for debate -- some reviewers find it a refreshing shake-up from the young acto...

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    Sundance 2013: The Sellers Are Stoked, the Cupboard Is Stocked, the Buyers Are Hungry

    Every year, the Sundance Film Festival holds a few surprises. But the market may be the one thing that’s suddenly become pretty predictable. And that’s a good sign.

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    Sundance Review: Jordan-Set 'May in the Summer' Smartens Up Chick Flick Conventions

    Cherien Dabis' 2009 directorial debut "Amreeka" followed a family of Palestinian immigrants trying to make do with life in suburban America. Her follow-up, the substantially more polished and enjoyable "May in the Summer," tackles the inverse premise: A high-minded New Yorker dealing with a vastly d...

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    5 Films That Could Start Distributor Bidding Wars At Sundance 2013

    After kicking off last night with Sebastian Silva's "Crystal Fairy," the Sundance Film Festival is now underway. And movie goers and critics will, in a couple of hours, start lining up for the first full day of the fest, with "Kill Your Darlings," "The Spectacular Now" and "Sound City" among the hig...

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