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    Meet the 2012 Sundance Filmmakers #51: Rasit Celikezer, 'Can'

    "After I write down a story I have been dreaming of, in time, that story finds it way into one of the mediums that it will shine itself through. To be more specific, I move on with whichever would make a better effect."

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    Meet the 2012 Sundance Filmmakers #50: Ben Lewin, 'The Surrogate'

    Polish born and Australian raised, Ben Lewin has always had a passion for photography and creative writing. After a briefly diverting career as a criminal lawyer, and through "sheer accident" he would up at the British National Film School and began working in entertainment, "nev...

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    Meet the 2012 Sundance Filmmakers #49: Keiichi Kobayashi, 'About the Pink Sky'

    Keiichi Kobayashi has directed television programs, music videos, commercials, and Web‐based dramas in his native Japan. "About the Pink Sky (Momoiro sora o)" is his debut feature film, and it won best picture at the Tokyo International Film Festival in 2011. What's it about: This...

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    Sundance Trailer Watch: West of Memphis - Directed by Amy Berg

    I have now become obsessed with this case. I watched the HBO film this weekend and am going to catch up on the older HBO docs soon. This is the Peter Jackson and Fran Walsh produced film. This film will premiere at Sundance.

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    Meet the 2012 Sundance Filmmakers #48: Lise Birk Pedersen, "Putin's Kiss'

    Danish director Lise Birk Pedersen became interested in in documentary filmmaking when she traveled to China as a lone 16-year-old girl. Smelling change in the air and witnessing the "many great stories, contrasts and characters illustrating that" inspired her sketchbook drawings, but that...

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    Meet the 2012 Sundance Filmmakers #47: Katie Aselton, "Black Rock"

    "Black Rock," a Maine-set thriller, is Katie Aselton's second feature. Her first, "The Freebie," premiered at Sundance in 2010. She also appeared in Mark and Jay Duplass' "The Puffy Chair," which played the fest in 2005. She stars in "Black Rock" (whic...

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    Spike Lee Talks to Indiewire: "I'm not going to let other people dictate the stories I tell."

    First things first: "Red Hook Summer," Spike Lee's Brooklyn-set drama premiering at the Sundance Film Festival, is not a sequel to 1989's "Do the Right Thing." Yes, it takes place in the same neighborhood melting pot as that earlier film and Lee allegedly reprises th...

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    Meet the 2012 Sundance Filmmakers #46: Lawrence Thrush, 'Pursuit of Loneliness'

    "Pursuit of Loneliness" is writer-director Lawrence Thrush's second feature. His first, Japanese language "Left Handed" (2008) screened several festivals and won Best Feature awards at Milan, Japan, Rhode Island and L'Aquila. Thrush was born and raised in London and got h...

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    Meet the 2012 Sundance Filmmakers #45: Dylan Southern and Will Lovelace, 'Shut Up and Play the Hits'

    Check out the guys who did the LCD Soundsystem doc, along with an exclusive look at the poster.

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    Meet the 2012 Sundance Filmmakers #44: Marius Markevicius, 'The Other Dream Team'

    "Like Crazy" co-producer Marius Markevicius is back this year with his directorial debut "The Other Dream Team," a documentary about Lithuania, his family’s homeland, and basketball, one of his life’s passions. What's it about? The story of the 1992 Lith...

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