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    Meet the Slamdance Film Festival Programmers

    We all know how Slamdance began when its founders' projects were rejected from the 1995 edition of the Sundance Film Festival. Some 18 years later, it's received the offhand blessing from Sundance founder Robert Redford (who has said he "wishes them well") and become an significant...

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    Kino Lorber Smooches IDFA/Sundance Selection 'Putin's Kiss' for North America

    In a prelude to the Sundance titles that will find Stateside distribution, Kino Lorber has picked up all North American rights to "Putin's Kiss" by Danish director Lise Birk Pedersen. The film had its world premiere at the recent International Documentary Film Festival Amsterdam, ...

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    Legends of the Fall: How "The Way" and "Margin Call" Bucked the Indie Box Office Blues

    As was the case for its Hollywood counterpart, it was not a great fall at the indie box office.

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    Sundance Film Festival Releases 2012 U.S. and International Short Films Roster

    In the final major 2012 Sundance Film Festival lineup announcement, the Sundance Institute unveiled the January festival's roster of U.S. and international short films. 64 shorts were selected from a record 7,675 submissions, up 16% over submissions for the 2011 festival, organizers said Tuesday...

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    Jeremy Piven on Going to Hell in Sundance Shocker "I Melt With You"

    Love it or hate it, Mark Pellington's tale of men doing very bad things, "I Melt With You," made an impact at the 2011 Sundance Film Festival. Those who hated it, really hated it (there were reportedly 46 walkouts at the film's first press screening), but the film landed the enviable feat of snaggin...

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    Good News: Women Directed and Women Written Films Fill Sundance Premiere Section

    While there weren't enough films directed and written by women in the competition as I would have hoped, the list of premieres looks at bit different.  Check out the description for Bachelorette- could it be any more like Bridesmaids?  It better be good cause if this starts a trend of ...

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    Sundance Trailer Watch: The Invisible War

    Here is your holy crap moment of the day.  This makes by blood boil and makes me cry at the same time.  I cannot wait to see this film.

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    Spike Lee's 'Red Hook Summer,' Stephen Frears' 'Lay The Favorite,' 'Red Lights,' 'Bachelorette' & More Head To Sundance

    The Sundance Film Festival unveiled their next batch of titles this afternoon centered around their out-of-competition and docmentary premieres and if you weren't previously excited for the fest in January, this should seal the deal. With an impressive array of titles from seasoned vets to the n...

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    Sundance Film Festival Unveils Premieres & Documentary Premieres Lineups

    Sundance Film Festival unveiled its Premieres and Documentary Premieres lineup Monday afternoon, completing its major announcements for feature films both in and out of competition. All world debuts, films screening in Sundance's Premiere's section will showcase a cross-section of new work f...

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    "Kinyarwanda" Shows the Good and Bad of Cinematic Therapy

    The Rwandan genocide is more than a backdrop for the ensemble drama "Kinyarwanda." It puts a face on the victims and their oppressors with an earnest desire to work though the country's demons -- if not attempting to expel them, then at least coming to terms with the human component on...

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