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    Sundance Film Festival Announces Out of Competition Lineups

    The Sundance Film Festival has announced its 2012 Out of Competition titles, which will screen in the event's Spotlight, Park City at Midnight, NEXT <=> (yep, that symbol is part of the name) and New Frontier sections. Today's announcement comes on the heels of yesterday's U.S. an...

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    The Sundance 2012 Competition Lineup: The Women

    Sundance unveiled the competition lineups.  Here is the first look at the US Dramatic and Documentary competition.  There are 16 films in each category.  In the dramatic category,  3 are directed by women.  2 are written by women and 3 are about women.  That's under...

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    Indiewire's Must-Read Cheat Sheet for the 2012 Sundance Film Festival

    Where do Sundance films come from? If you're an Indiewire reader, they've been hiding in plain sight. We took a look at this year's dramatic competition titles and realized that Indiewire and/or our blog network has written about virtually all of this year's films and/or their m...

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    Headlines Matter

    The Sundance competition lineup is out. Analysis on the gender breakdown to come.

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    'For Ellen,' 'The Surrogate,' 'Safety Not Guaranteed,' 'Wish You Here' Highlights Of Sundance Film Festival 2012 Lineup

    Geez, just when you think you have a handle on this year's awards race, the Sundance Film Festival has dropped their first wave of titles headed to Park City in January, and this is the start of the Oscar journey for many movies. This year alone saw Brit Marling break out with "Another Eart...

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    Sundance 2012: World Cinema Dramatic Competition

    Fourteen films from emerging filmmaking talents offer fresh perspectives and inventive styles. 4 Suns / Czech Republic (Director and screenwriter: Bohdan Sláma) — Immature Fogi attempts to straighten up and accept his responsibilities as a new husband and father, as well as role mo...

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    Sundance 2012: World Cinema Documentary Competition

    Twelve documentaries by some of the most courageous and extraordinary filmmakers working today. ½ REVOLUTION / Denmark (Directors: Omar Shargawi, Karim El Hakim) — In January 2011, two filmmakers captured the reality of the Egyptian revolution as it occurred out of view from the wo...

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    Sundance 2012: U.S. Documentary Competition

    The world premieres of 16 American documentary films. Ai Weiwei: Never Sorry / U.S.A., China (Director: Alison Klayman) — Renowned Chinese artist and activist Ai Weiwei has garnered international attention as much for his ambitious artwork as his political provocations and increasingly pu...

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    Sundance 2012: U.S. Dramatic Competition

    The world premieres of 16 American narrative feature films. Beasts of the Southern Wild / U.S.A. (Director: Benh Zeitlin, Screenwriters: Benh Zeitlin, Lucy Alibar) — Waters gonna rise up, wild animals gonna rerun from the grave, and everything south of the levee is goin’ under, in t...

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    Doug Liman, Josh Fox, Yoav Potash and More Awarded Doc Film Grants From Sundance

    The Sundance Institute announced the 29 lucky feature-length documentaries set to receive $582,000 in grants from the Documentary Film Program, covering everything from development and production to audience engagement. Among the big-name filmmakers being awarded grants are Josh Fox ("...

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