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    'West of Memphis' Comes to Sundance Trailing Controversy, Advocacy -- and a Mysterious New Interview

    One of the most compelling pre-Sundance Film Festival storylines this year is Amy Berg’s West Memphis Three documentary, “West of Memphis.” Premiering Friday at The MARC, the Documentary Premiere comes on the heels of the third installment of Joe Berlinger and Bruce Sinofsky’...

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    SUNDANCE FUTURES: How Zachary Booth and Thure Lindhardt Got Really Personal in 'Keep the Lights On'

    Hands down one of the raciest titles to play in the U.S. Dramatic Competition at Sundance this year is Ira Sach's semi-autobiographical gay relationship drama "Keep the Lights On." In it, Danish actor Thure Lindhardt plays Erik, a hard-partying documentary filmmaker who has a highly charged hookup w...

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    Indiewire Comes to Sundance in Force, With Staff Promotions in Tow

    OK, a brief moment of bragging: In 2011, our 15th anniversary, we had a record-breaking year of traffic growth and revenue. And now, as we're heading into Sundance 2012 with our largest-ever team, we're announcing a bunch of well-deserved promotions on our advertising and editorial sides. &n...

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    Sundance's Distribution Contingency Plan Announces First Set of Films

    Thanks to a deal between New Video and Sundance Institute's Artist Services program, Sundance filmmakers may be able to rest easier this coming week.  It was announced that thirteen titles from the Sundance archive have signed deals with New Video to be available on digital distribution pla...

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    Meet the 2012 Sundance Filmmakers #54: Radio Silence, 'V/H/S'

    A collective called Radio Silence directed one segment of "V/H/S" - the others are Adam Wingard, Glenn McQuaid, David Bruckner, Joe Swanberg, and Ti West - which has a pretty incredible premise. A group of petty criminals is hired to retrieve a rare piece of footage from a house filled wit...

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    Sundance 2011 at the Box Office: Charting a (Mostly) Disappointing Crop

    The big story of the 2011 Sundance Film Festival was the remarkable amount of deals that went down. But one by one -- from "The Future" and "The Art of Getting By" to "Martha Marcy May Marlene" and "Like Crazy" to "Bellflower" and "Another Earth...

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    Meet the 2012 Sundance Filmmakers #53: Carrie Preston, 'That's What She Said'

    Actress Carrie Preston (HBO's "True Blood") makes her directorial debut with "a chick flick that's not for pussies" called "That's What She Said." The film will be part of Sundance's NEXT program.

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    Watch: Exclusive Trailer for Sundance Dramatic Contender 'The Comedy'

    Writer-director-musician Rick Alverson has worked with recording label Jagjaguwar on nine albums and since 2010 their partnership has evolved into making films. Alverson's debut, "The Builder," was an existential study of an immigrant vs. the American promise and was followed by "New Jerusalem," abo...

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    Meet the 2012 Sundance Filmmakers #52: Sam Pollard, 'Slavery By Another Name'

    Sam Pollard has been making films about the African-American experience for years, having had a hand in producing part of the legendary "Eyes On The Prize" documentary series as well as collaborating with Spike Lee as an editor. His career continues with his documentary "Slavery By Another Name."

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    15 Films Indiewire Wants To See at Sundance 2012

    By now everyone's received their 2012 Sundance Film Festival catalogs and, if they look anything like ours, they're already well-thumbed and dog-eared. It's a hell of a thing, trying to figure out which films you need to see; at this point, before the buzz machines kick into gear, it'...

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