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    Sundance Review: 'Audrie & Daisy' Has a Powerful Hook, But It's Missing Something

    The sexual assault documentary has plenty of engaging material, which is why its shortcomings are a letdown.

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    Sundance Review: Steve Gleason Goes From NFL Star to ALS Survivor in Tearjerker Documentary

    The touching story of a famous father documenting his experience with Lou Gehrig's Disease is based around a series of candid video diaries.

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    Sundance Review: Barack and Michelle Obama Make a Cute Couple in 'Southside With You'

    This chatty account of the future President and First Lady's courtship has plenty of charm.

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    Sundance: 6 Tips on Surviving as a Producer, from Killer Films' Christine Vachon and Pam Koffler

    Killer Films' Christine Vachon and Pamela Koffler's keynote speech at the annual Sundance producers brunch is crammed with useful wisdom from their experience as indie film producers. They had four films at Sundance: 'Goat,' 'Wiener Dog,' 'White Girl,' and 'Frank and Lola.'

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    Reality Checks: This Year's Sundance Showed How the Documentary Film World is Changing

    The more that nonfiction flourishes in the marketplace, the harder it may be for truly independent documentary filmmakers to thrive.

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    Sundance: Todd Solondz Isn't as Cynical As You Think

    "I'm not as self-analytical as you think I am."

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    Sundance: Christopher Nolan, Colin Trevorrow and More Discuss the Necessity of Film

    Some of the industry's top professionals (and celluloid advocates) had an in-depth discussion on the power of film at the festival.

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    Sundance Springboard: How Babak Anvari Made the Festival’s Most Terrifying Feature

    The BAFTA-nominated director jumped into feature filmmaking with a horror outing that scared up an audience before the festival even opened.

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