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    Sundance Review: 'Whiplash' Evokes High Anxiety

    The first buzz title unveiled at Sundance, Damien Chazelle's "Whiplash," is an intense anxiety dream about a young college jazz musician ("The Spectacular Now"'s Miles Teller) who aspires to be a memorable drummer like Buddy Rich.

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    Sundance Women Directors: Lynn Shelton on the Question that Shapes Her Work and the Beauty of Sundance

    "I pride myself on taking premises that seem on paper to seem not particularly promising and then making a movie that, once you watch it, you feel, 'Oh yeah. That actually could have happened in real life.'"

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    Oscars and Sundance Collide, from Redford's Diss to 'Whiplash' Oscar Buzz (PRESS CONFERENCE VIDEO)

    The Eccles Theatre opening night was packed with press and distributors for the unveiling of hot buzz title "Whiplash." Roadside Attractions was not responding to Sundance founder and Oscar-snubbed Robert Redford's criticism of their "All is Lost" marketing efforts. They're moving on to the business...

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    Sundance Women Directors: Meet Gillian Robespierre

    "We were frustrated by the limited representations of young women's experience with pregnancy, let alone growing up. We were waiting to see a more honest film, or at least, a story that was closer to many of the stories we knew. We weren't sure how long that wait was going to be, so we decided to te...

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    Watch: Jason Schwartzman and Elisabeth Moss in the Trailer for Sundance Pick 'Listen Up Philip,' From Director Alex Ross Perry

    Ahead of its Sundance premiere, writer/director Alex Ross Perry's third film "Listen Up Philip" has released its first official teaser trailer. Perry's follow-up to his critically acclaimed "The Color Wheel" stars Jason Schwartzman as the title character, along with Krysten Ritter, Elisabeth Moss, J...

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    Sundance Watch: Teaser Trailer Arrives for Alex Ross Perry's NEXT Entry 'Listen Up Philip'

    A first teaser trailer has arrived for Alex Ross Perry's NEXT section entry "Listen Up Philip," set to premiere on January 20. The short spot rolls out the film's impressive cast, including Elisabeth Moss, Jonathan Pryce and Krysten Ritter, all of whom talk to the camera, telling Philip (played by J...

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    CNN Films and Lionsgate Acquire T-Rex Documentary 'Dinosaur 13' Out of Sundance

    Todd Douglas Miller's documentary "Dinosaur 13" premiered last night at Sundance, and today CNN Films and Lionsgate announced that they've acquired the North American rights to the film for a 2014 theatrical release and broadcast premiere later in the year on the news channel.

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    What Happened to the Women Directed Films from the Sundance Class of 2013?

    The 2013 Sundance Film Festival was notable for the number of women directors, particularly in the U.S. Dramatic and Documentary Competitions -- where half were female filmmakers. As Sundance 2014 gets underway, here's a look at what happened to the 16 features, 19 documentaries and one miniseries o...

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    Watch: Sundance Teaser For 'Listen Up Philip' Starring Jason Schwartzman & Elisabeth Moss

    “The character is so specific and such a curmudgeon and so angry. But when I heard that Jason [Schwartzman] wanted to do it, it really clarified things for me,” said Elisabeth Moss told EW about deciding to take a role in "Listen Up Philip." “Jason has this knack for playing characters who are maybe...

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    Sundance: Rose McGowan on Finally Finding Her Calling as a Filmmaker and How Celebrities Ruined Crowdfunding

    Nineteen years after effectively launching her acting career at Sundance with Gregg Araki's "The Doom Generation," Rose McGowan is back in Park City to launch her directing one with her accomplished directorial debut, the short film "Dawn."

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