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    Sundance 2012: Reviews of "The Other Dream Team," "The Law in These Parts" and "Love Free or Die"

    As a documentary fan and critic who discovered so many great nonfiction films at Sundance last year, including some of 2011’s very best, it’s been extremely painful not being in Park City this week. To make things easier I could have tried to ignore the festival, stayed off Twitter, not ...

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    Parker Posey on 'Price Check,' Sundance and the State of Independent Film

    Parker Posey is clearly no stranger to the Sundance Film Festival. Over the years, films like "Party Girl," "The House of Yes" and "Broken English" all made their debuts in Park City, helping Posey gain her unofficial title as the "queen of indie."

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    SUNDANCE REVIEW | "1/2 Revolution" Puts a Dramatic Personal Spin on Tahrir Square

    The Western world viewed the Tahrir Square uprising through selective media filters and left the personal dimension largely ignored, which makes the handheld footage on display in Sundance World Competition documentary "1/2 Revolution" both stunning and vital. Shot by a group of progressiv...

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    IFC Takes On 'Simon Killer'

    IFC is in final negotiations to acquire Antonio Campos’ “Simon Killer,” according to a source close to the deal. "Simon Killer" stars Brady Corbet as a heartbroken American college grad who visits Paris after breaking up with his girlfriend of five years. He quickly ...

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    SUNDANCE 2012: Naomi Wolf Causes a Stir at Activist Media Panel

    At the Sundance Film Festival's Moving the Masses panel, which considered how the media can best be utilized for progressive change, Naomi Wolf had a message for her fellow activists: Ur Doing It Wrong.

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    Director Nicholas Jarecki Reveals How Being Kicked Off 'The Informers' Helped Fund Sundance Hit 'Arbitrage' & Casting Brit Marling Over Skype

    Last year at Sundance, “Margin Call” premiered to an unprepared audience who were greeted by a fantastic ensemble in a gripping drama that gave an insight to the 2008 financial crisis and resulting recession. That film went on to become something of a sleeper hit, and last week, picked u...

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    "It's Going To Be Boring": Zoe Saldana Tells Lies About 'Star Trek 2' & Talks Drama 'The Words' At Sundance

    Two hours after Zoe Saldana wrapped for the day on the set of J.J. Abrams' upcoming “Star Trek” sequel, she arrived in Park City, where her film “The Words” premieres at the Sundance Film Festival. It's a neat little microcosm for her career, which has seen in seemingly constant employment in the la...

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    The New Paradigm for the Sundance Breakout? When Audiences Walk Out.

    The term "crowdpleaser" usually applies to movies with commercial potential; at this year's Sundance Film Festival, some of the most appealing films seem to be ones that only pleased those bold enough to stick around. When the walkouts began at during Thursday's screening of Rick A...

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    SUNDANCE INTERVIEW | 'Shadow Dancer' Star Andrea Riseborough on the Power of Silence

    Andrea Riseborough is a British actress is in demand. After impressing as a supporting player in "Happy-Go-Lucky," "Never Let Me Go," "Made in Dagenham" and "Brighton Rock," the 30-year-old Royal Academy of Dramatic Art graduate made the swift transition to leading lady. She stars as Wallace Simpson...

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    Sundance Selects Buys "How To Survive A Plague"

    Sundance Selects has acquired the North American rights to David France’s documentary "How To Survive A Plague." The film follows a group of mostly HIV-positive young men and women who took on Washington through two coalitions – ACT UP and TAG (Treatment Action Group) &nda...

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