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    How I Shot That: Capturing the Tension with One Camera in Sundance Documentary 'Private Violence'

    Rex Miller is an experienced documentary cinematographer, with projects including 2014's "Althea," HBO's "The Loving Story," "Behind These Walls," and the 2013 series "A Chef's Life." Cynthia Hill's "Private Violence" delves into two women's true stories of surviving domestic violence.

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    Sundance Review: 'Battered Bastards Of Baseball' Tells The Story Of Kurt Russell's Father's Raucous Adventures On The Field

    One of the fine traditions in American film is the great sports story, and the doc “The Battered Bastards of Baseball” is located right at the place where Hollywood slides into home plate, combining the two worlds in a real-life tale that is almost too good to be true. ‘Battered Bastards’ tells the ...

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    Sundance Darling Elle Fanning on How She Stays Grounded and Working With Angelina Jolie on 'Maleficent'

    She may just be months away from turning sweet 16, but make no mistake about it, Elle Fanning is an actress to contend with. At the 2014 Sundance Film Festival with two very different works, the futuristic western "Young Ones" and Jeff Preiss' devastating character study "Low Down," Fanning proves h...

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    Fox Searchlight Picks Up 'Calvary' In Second Buy of Sundance

    In its second big buy of the Sundance Film Festival, Fox Searchlight Pictures has acquired U.S. rights and some international territories to the Irish comedy-drama "Calvary," from writer-director John Michael McDonagh ("The Guard").

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    Sundance: 'Love Is' John Lithgow and Alfred Molina Giving An Interview Together

    John Lithgow and Alfred Molina -- who offer career-high performances in Ira Sachs' "Love is Strange" -- made clear their affection for one another carries on offscreen in a delightful paired interview.

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    Sundance: Fox Searchlight Acquires John Michael McDonagh's 'Calvary'

    Days following its world premiere at the 2014 Sundance Film Festival, Fox Searchlight has acquired U.S. and select international rights to John Michael McDonagh's well-received follow-up to "The Guard," "Calvary." The drama stars Brendan Gleeson, Chris O'Dowd and Kelly Reilly.

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    Sundance Review: Despite a Hilarious Setup, Madeleine Olnek's 'The Foxy Merkins' Is a Disappointing Sophomore Effort

    Olnek turns the male hustler genre on its head to imagine what a lesbian prostitution ring in might look like.

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    How I Shot That: Capturing the Private Moments in Sundance Entry 'Cesar's Last Fast'

    James Chressanthis has worked on numerous projects over the last several years as a cinematographer. His latest, "Cesar's Last Fast" screening at The Sundance Film Festival, is a documentary chronicling Cesar Chavez's 36-day water-only fast in 1988. Here's how he shot it.

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    Sundance Review: You've Never Seen a Vampire Movie Like the Beautiful, Touching 'A Girl Walks Home Alone at Night,' Produced By Elijah Wood

    For centuries, vampires have provided handy metaphors for social and physical dilemma, but in the stylishly muted deadpan romance "A Girl Walks Home Alone at Night," the threat is personal.

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