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    Frame By Frame: Sundance Senior Programmer Shari Frilot Discusses the Transmedia Revolution, Cultural Activism for Filmmakers, & More

    Senior Programmer Shari Frilot takes S&A inside the selection process for the Sundance Film Festival and the innovations of the New Frontier program.

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    Director Tracy Droz Tragos Compares Sundance-Winning 'Rich Hill' with 'Boyhood'

    At first glance, Richard Linklater's "Boyhood," the narrative film which follows a boy (Ellar Coltrane) as he comes of age over a period of twelve years, and the new documentary "Rich Hill," about poverty in rural Missouri, have little in common, but director Tracy Droz Tragos can see the parallels.

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    Sundance Award-Winning Rich Hill Director Tracy Droz Tragos on the Injustice of Rural Poverty and How Motherhood Can Open Doors to Documentarians

    "We saw how many families were living on so very little and truly struggling, [and] we wanted to give them a voice.”

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    Sundance Film Festival Goes to Hong Kong

    Sundance Film Festival – Hong Kong Selects will offer Hong Kong premieres of eight new films from the 2014 Festival in Park City, Utah, U.S.A., with filmmakers on hand.

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    Watch: J.K. Simmons is Miles Teller's Worst Nightmare in Trailer for Sundance Hit 'Whiplash'

    Here's the trailer for the Damien Chazelle's debut film "Whiplash," which stars Miles Teller as a promising 19-year-old drummer who faces a difficult and threatening music teacher (J.K. Simmons).

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    Watch: Exclusive Trailer for Rory Kennedy's 'Last Days in Vietnam' Wonders Who Goes and Who Gets Left Behind

    "Last Days in Vietnam" is not only a tale of heroism, but on a much broader scale, it also examines U.S. foreign policy towards its ally, South Vietnam, from an ethical perspective.

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    Watch: Minimum Number of Black Friends Raised to Two in 'Dear White People' Trailer

    The satirical quality of the film is accentuated by the rather decadent classical soundtrack, including Beethoven's 5th Symphony.

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    WATCH EXCLUSIVE CLIP: Sundance Grand Jury Winning Doc 'Rich Hill'

    Watch a clip from Sundance Grand Jury-winning doc 'Rich Hill,' exclusive to TOH!

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    Interviews: Mike Cahill & Michael Pitt Reflect On Science Vs. Faith In 'I Origins'

    When “Another Earth” premiered at Sundance three years ago, the quiet, otherworldly drama made quite a splash with critics and audiences alike. First-time director Mike Cahill’s talents were obvious—even on a low budget—and lead actress (and co-writer) Brit Marling was a breakout star.

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    Watch: Emily Browning Starts a Pop Group in Teaser Trailer for Stuart Murdoch's Musical 'God Help the Girl'

    Written and directed by Belle and Sebastian lead singer Stuart Murdoch, "God Help the Girl" centers on three friends who decide to form a pop group over the course of a summer.

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