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    Meet the 2012 Sundance Filmmakers #8: Yung Chang, 'China Heavyweight'

    Unknown Object"China Heavyweight" (alternative title: 千錘百煉, screening in the World Documentary competition at Sundance) documents the industry of Chinese boxing coaches recruiting talent from remote rural areas of the country. Director Yung Chang ("Up the Yangtze") told Indiewire that the film was ...

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    Meet the 2012 Sundance Filmmakers #7: Craig Zobel, 'Compliance'

    "George Washington" producer Craig Zobel is back in Park City with his second directorial effort, "Compliance," after premiering his debut, "The Great World of Sound," to great acclaim at the 2007 edition of the event. That film netted Zobel the Breakthrough Director aw...

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    Meet the 2012 Sundance Filmmakers #6: Todd Louiso, 'Hello I Must Be Going'

    Actor Todd Louiso ("High Fidelity," "Jerry Maguire") made a splash at the 2002 edition of the festival where his first feature, "Love Liza," starring Philip Seymour Hoffman and Kathy Bates, nabbed the Waldo Salt Screenwriting Award.

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    Meet the 2012 Sundance Filmmakers #5: Matthew Akers, 'Marina Abramović The Artist is Present'

    "Marina Abramović The Artist is Present" (which will screen in the U.S. Documentary competition) documents the 2010 career retrospective of performance artist Marina Abramović, which featured the artist, still and seated, during the show's three month long run at the Museum of Modern Art in New York...

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    Meet the 2012 Sundance Filmmakers #4: Malik Bendjelloul, 'Searching for Sugar Man'

    "Searching for Sugar Man" (playing in the World Documentary competition) is a documentary about '70s rocker Rodriguez.  Despite critical praise, the single-name Rodriguez failed to catch on in America -- but his music became the soundtrack to anti-apartheid sentiment in South Afri...

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    Meet the 2012 Sundance Filmmakers #3: So Yong Kim, 'For Ellen'

    So Yong Kim returns to Sundance this year after winning the 2006 Special Jury Prize for her debut "In Between Days." "For Ellen" (U.S. Dramatic Competition) marks her third feature following her sophomore effort "Treeless Mountain," released in 2009 by Oscilloscope Labo...

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    Meet Over 50 of the 2012 Sundance Filmmakers on Indiewire

    Every year, Indiewire is the place to get to know the Sundance filmmakers ahead of the festival. And today we're launching the 2012 batch of filmmaker profiles -- about four each day, all the way up to the opening day on January 19. Indiewire invited directors with films in the U.S. Dramati...

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    Meet the 2012 Sundance Filmmakers #2: Karin Hayes and Victoria Bruce, 'We're Not Broke'

    "We're Not Broke" (competing in the U.S. Documentary Program) is a documentary from New York filmmakers Karin Hayes and Victoria Bruce, who initially wondered if anyone would ever want to watch a movie about corporate income tax. They've been filmmaking partners for almost a decade. Hayes says filmm...

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    Meet the 2012 Sundance Filmmakers #1: David Zellner, 'KID-THING'

    "KID-THING" (playing in the NEXT program) is the newest film from the Austin-based Zellner Bros., who last came to Sundance in 2008 with "Goliath." They raised funds on Kickstarter; among their incentives was the promise of "a SLOW-DANCE with a Zellner of your choice to FORE...

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    Watch: Trailer For Sundance Pic 'L' From The Writer Of 'Dogtooth' & 'Alps'

    Greek filmmaker Giorgos Lanthimos has won praise from prestigious film festivals and critics, as well as from some of our own Playlist staffers, for his Oscar-nominated “Dogtooth” and the recent “Alps.” However, a key component to the success of both films (and their outrageo...

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