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    Review: "The Overnight" is a Contained Comedy About Expanding a Marriage's Horizons

    Patrick Brice’s “The Overnight” places two couples in a sleepover date that evolves into a transformative occasion with its fair share of enjoyable ridiculousness and unexpected thoughtfulness.

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    How I Shot That: Director and DP Matthew Heineman on Shooting 'Cartel Land' in a Virtual War Zone

    "Cartel Land," a documentary about the unofficial war on Mexican drug cartels on the U.S.- Mexican border, will have its world premiere at the 2015 Sundance Film Festival. Indiewire asked the film's director and DP Matthew Heineman about some of the challenges he faced shooting in this volatile sett...

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    Sundance Review: 'Tangerine' is a Charming Buddy Comedy About Transgender Prostitutes in L.A.

    Sean Baker's followup to "Starlet" is another shrewd character study involving a pair of unlikely protagonists.

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    Indiewire's Guide to Distributors at Sundance 2015

    Last year, we created our first Sundance distributors guide for filmmakers, especially ones who are new to the festival circuit and could use some help figuring out who is who. Here's the latest edition.

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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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