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    Sundance: How 'Drunk Stoned Brilliant Dead' Director Pulled Off a Documentary About The National Lampoon

    "It's the job of a satirist to make people in power feel uncomfortable," Tony Hendra says in the Sundance documentary which chronicles the rock-and-roll moment of The National Lampoon, which was a precursor to "Saturday Night Live," Spy magazine and The Onion.

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    How They Shot That: Here are the Cameras Used by the 2015 Sundance Filmmakers

    We asked this year's crop of Sundance filmmakers and cinematographers what cameras they shot on and here are their responses.

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    Sundance: Insight into the Art of Film Editing

    "Our job is to speak the truth, whether people want to hear it or not." - Joe Bini at the Sundance Institute's "Art of Editing Brunch" at the 2015 Sundance Film Festival.

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    5 Films That Influence 'The Witch,' Sundance's Scariest Horror Movie

    For those who weren't at Sundance this year, hold on to your hats when 'The Witch' hits theaters from A24 this year.

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    Sundance Virgin Diary: 5 Days of Movies, Parties and Suddenly Missing Everything

    A Sundance first-timer, I spent five days at the festival this year. Here's what I learned, saw and felt.

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    Sundance Review: Jonathan Gold Gets an Admiring Profile in 'City of Gold'

    The L.A. food critic at the center of this documentary is a strong enough subject to overcome the movie's flaws.

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    How Virtual Reality Could Change the Way We Watch Movies

    A student from MIT's Open Documentary Lab reports on the prospects of virtual reality on display at this year's Sundance Film Festival.

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