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    Robert Redford Blames 'All Is Lost' Distributors for Oscar Snub

    At the opening press conference for this year's edition of The Sundance Film Festival, Robert Redford was still smarting over his Oscar snub for "All Is Lost," for which he was considered a frontrunner in the best actor race. When a moderator mentioned he didn't get an Oscar nod for the film by J.C...

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    Meet the 2014 Sundance Filmmakers #36: Justin Simien Reflects Deeply on Interracial Conflict in 'Dear White People'

    Even in modern times the issue of race nevertheless remains a volatile one, and that fact is rarely explored as passionately or profoundly as in Justin Simien's "Dear White People," a dramatic feature film that fearlessly brings increasingly heated racial tensions to the forefront.

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    Exclusive: Flex With The Trailer For Sundance Short 'Master Muscles'

    The high profile titles at the Sundance you likely already know or have read about in our 30 Most Anticipated Films list, but the festival is also a place where some of the fascinating work comes from unexpected places. And if this teaser trailer is anything to go by, "Master Muscles" could raise a ...

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    Meet the 2014 Sundance Filmmakers #35: Jennifer Kent Drags You to the Dark Side in 'The Babadook'

    Scary movies often vary on their level of quality, but Jennifer Kent's latest feature "The Babadook" certainly has what it takes to earn in its place at the top of the pyramid. Following the terrifying experiences of a single mother and her seven-year-old son, the film aims to bring out the more d...

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    Pre-Sundance, Magnolia and Paramount Scoop Up Joe Swanberg's 'Happy Christmas'

    Ahead of the film's Sundance premiere this weekend, Magnolia Pictures and Paramount Pictures have announced a collaboration to bring director Joe Swanberg's new comedy "Happy Christmas" to theaters in 2014.

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    Sundance 2013 at the Box Office: The Biggest Grossers of Last Year's Festival

    Last year's Sundance Film Festival -- like the year before it -- saw a remarkable amount of deals go down that continued to make clear the sales drought of the end of the last decade is no longer. Over 50 films were picked up for release, and most of them made their way to theaters in the past year...

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    Meet the 2014 Sundance Filmmakers #34: Small Town Carries Big Hopes in Tracy Tragos and Andrew Droz Palermo's 'Rich Hill'

    Directors Tracy Tragos and Andrew Droz Palermo guarantee you'll think twice about passing through the town of Rich Hill, Missouri without noticing what it holds. In their feature film drama "Rich Hill," the directing pair examines the American dream in even the most seemingly dreary community, whic...

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    The 10 Films That Should Sell Big At This Year's Sundance Film Festival

    10 films that should sell big at this tear's Sundance Film Festival.

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    Sundance: Magnolia and Paramount Partner to Distribute Joe Swanberg's 'Happy Christmas' Worldwide

    Ahead of its Sundance debut, Magnolia Pictures and Paramount Pictures have partnered up to bring Joe Swanberg's "Happy Christmas" to audiences worldwide.

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    Meet the 2014 Sundance Filmmakers #33: Domestic Abuse Will Never Look the Same After Cynthia Hill's 'Private Violence'

    Audiences will no longer be so quick to judge victims of domestic abuse when Cynthia Hill's documentary feature "Private Violence" reaches them. The film pulls us into the wrenching lives of women with abusive partners and fortunately sheds infinitely new light on the oft-misunderstood issue.

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