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    Sundance Review: 'What Happened, Miss Simone?' Puts Nina Simone's Legacy in the Spotlight

    Liz Garbus' portrait of the legendary singer and songwriter doesn't gloss over the darker aspects of her life and work.

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    Sundance Review: 'How to Change the World' is a Rousing History of Greenpeace

    Jerry Rothwell's look at the organization goes beyond its cause to look at the people responsible for it.

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    Sundance: Netflix Inks Four-Picture Deal with Duplass Brothers

    Netflix has closed one of the biggest deals of the year so far in Park City.

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    3 SundanceNow Doc Club Panels to Catch in Park City

    Streaming service SundanceNow Doc Club is coming to the 2015 Sundance Film Festival.

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    Watch: Amy Berg Explores Polygamy in Exclusive Sundance 'Prophet's Prey' Clip

    The Oscar-nominated filmmaker will premiere her latest documentary Monday at the 2015 Sundance Film Festival.

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    What Makes a Film Pop at Sundance? Cinetic Media Talks 2015 Breakouts, Raising 'Boyhood'

    We sit down with Cinetic Media to reflect on 'Boyhood''s year-long journey from Sundance, and the buzzy titles on offer at this year's edition of the festival.

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    Sundance Review: 'The Witch' is a Uniquely Spooky Discovery

    Robert Eggers' first feature is a scary period drama with an impressive amount of authenticity.

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    Sundance Review: In 'The Bronze' a Self-Obsessed Small Town Hero Turns Would-be Coach

    Glory is a crucial currency in our competitive society, a fact that is evident in Oscar-nominated filmmaker Bryan Buckley’s outrageously comedic debut feature “ The Bronze.”

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