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    Here's Why The 2015 Sundance Film Festival Ends in February

    While Sundance has generally run from January 15 - 25, the next one will take place January 22 - February 1.

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    Watch: Trailer for 'Dear White People' Explains Why 'Gremlins' is About White People Afraid of Black Culture

    "Dear White People," which was voted as Indiewire's first-ever Project of the Year in 2013, made its debut at Sundance this past January, garnering the Special Jury Award for Breakthrough Talent.

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    Gravitas Ventures Picks Up U.S. Rights To Teen Horror Thriller 'Jamie Marks Is Dead'

    Sundance entry and Outfest 2014 competitor "Jamie Marks Is Dead," a teen horror thriller written and directed by famed fashion photographer and filmmaker Carter Smith ("Bugcrush", "The Ruins"), has been picked up by Gravitas Ventures for U.S. distribution.

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    The Orchard Acquires Rights to 'No No: A Dockumentary'

    Independent music, film and video distributor 'The Orchard' have acquired the worldwide rights to acclaimed sports feature "No No: A Dockumentary."

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    Watch: Music as Memory in Touching Trailer for Sundance Audience Winner 'Alive Inside'

    This year's Sundance Audience Award winner, Michael Rossato-Bennett's debut feature "Alive Inside," now has a trailer. The film follows social worker Dan Cohen's effort to use music, rather than traditional medication, to combat the deteriorating effects of aging.

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    'Ping Pong Summer' Packs Feel-Good Retro Vibes

    “Ping Pong Summer” is a satisfyingly predictable feel-good bonanza realized with such careful and loving passion for the past that is hard not to fall for its charm.

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    Laughing At Your Own Pain is Brilliantly Hilarious in ‘Obvious Child'

    Charmingly obscene and hilarious, "Obvious Child" is the most intelligent, female empowering, comedy of the year.

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    Miles Teller Reteams with Damien Chazelle for 'La La Land'

    Miles Teller and director Damien Chazelle made quite the splash at Sundance this year with their well-received drama "Whiplash," and according to The Wrap, the duo are in talks to reprise their collaboration on Chazelle's upcoming musical "La La Land."

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    Review: 'Obvious Child' Succeeds Admirably as an Abortion Rom-Com

    Gillian Robespierre’s winning “Obvious Child,” which bowed at Sundance, sticks to the rom-com arc while throwing in a gutsy curveball: The film’s main woman and man fall in love while getting an abortion. It opens this Friday via A24 Films.

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