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    Meet the Sundance Filmmaker #34: Babis Makridis, 'L'

    After generating buzz with an excerpt from his feature directorial debut "L" at the 2011 Karlovy Vary Film Festival, Greek filmmaker Babis Makridis is bringing the entire finished film to Sundance to screen it in the World Drama Competition. The film boasts a script penned by Efthymis Fili...

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    "The Queen of Versailles" Lawsuit: How Not To Salvage an Online Reputation

    By now, we're not surprised when a Sundance Film Festival documentary finds controversy. However, this year's plaintiff has distinguished himself.

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    Sundance and Slamdance 2012: Documentary Preview

    As I look back on my “Sundance Documentaries People Will Be Talking About” column from last January, I realize this is my equivalent to other bloggers’ annual “Most Anticipated Movies of [the Coming Year]” list. Partly because to preview the docs playing at Sundance is usually to preview the docs we...

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    Meet the 2012 Sundance Filmmakers #33: Musa Syeed, 'Valley of Saints'

    Meet the 2012 Sundance Filmmakers #33: Musa Syeed, 'Valley of Saints'

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    Meet the 2012 Sundance Filmmakers #32: Ira Sachs, 'Keep the Lights On'

    New York filmmaker Ira Sachs returns to Sundance with his new feature "Keep the Lights On," an autobiographical gay romance that spans several years.

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    Sundance '12: Trailer For 'That's What She Said' With Anne Heche & Alia Shawkat; Pics From 'Safety Not Guaranteed' & Poster For 'The Comedy'

    Well, we're just over a week away from things kicking off at the Sundance Film Festival, so expect to be seeing a lot more from the films that will be jostling for attention in Park City. With that in mind, we've rounded up the latest sneak peeks from a few films that hope to be earning some...

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    Meet the 2012 Sundance Filmmakers #31: Alison Klayman, 'Ai Weiwei: Never Sorry'

    "Ai Weiwei: Never Sorry" (playing in the U.S. Documentary competition) chronicles the career of Chinese artist Ai Weiwei, who was arrested in 2011 for being a dissident, this after he entered the international stage for designing the Bird's Nest Olympic stadium and later calling the Be...

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    Meet the 2012 Sundance Filmmakers #30: Erin Greenwell, 'My Best Day'

    Sundance programmer Jon Korn calls "My Best Day" "a charming, up-to-the-minute slice of Americana" and says "Greenwell's quirky script and great ensemble performances ensure that My Best Day is both subversive and sunny." In the film, Karen's (Rachel Style) day ...

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    Meet the 2012 Sundance Filmmakers #29: Sally El Hosaini, 'My Brother the Devil'

    "My Brother the Devil," screening in the World Dramatic category, takes a look at two brothers making a life for themselves on the streets of London.

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    Meet the 2012 Sundance Filmmakers #28: Youssef Delara & Michael D. Olmos, 'Filly Brown'

    Maria Jose 'Majo' Tonorio is "Filly Brown," the star within the film of the same name.  The film takes on the music industry and its mechanic image-molding practices through the story of the central powerful protagonist.

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