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    Sundance Review: You've Never Seen a Vampire Movie Like the Beautiful, Touching 'A Girl Walks Home Alone at Night,' Produced By Elijah Wood

    For centuries, vampires have provided handy metaphors for social and physical dilemma, but in the stylishly muted deadpan romance "A Girl Walks Home Alone at Night," the threat is personal.

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    Female Directors at Sundance Have a Long Way to Go, New Study Finds

    There has been no overall change in the number of female directors and producers at Sundance over the past decade, a new study commissioned by the Sundance Institute and Women in Film Los Angeles found.

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    Exclusive: Humanity And The Law Come Together In Clip From Sundance Documentary 'Watchers Of The Sky'

    The horror of genocide simply can't be put into words. An unspeakable act, it leaves its mark across generations, reverberating through history as a stamp of supreme evil. But can justice be found for those marked by such brutal acts of violence? One lawyer thought so and forever laid the groundwork...

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    Sundance Women Directors: Meet Rose McGowan

    "I'm fascinated by girl culture in this time period [the 1960s]. I wanted to explore what happens when societal expectations brainwash someone into ignoring their intuition. "

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    If You Love Action, You Need to Watch the Kick-Ass Trailer for 'The Raid 2: Berandal'

    Ahead its worldwide debut tonight at the 2014 Sundance Film Festival, Sony Pictures Classics has released a new trailer for the sequel to Gareth Evans' beloved Indonesian martial arts film "The Raid," "The Raid 2" Berandal."

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    How I Shot That: Photographing Sundance Entry 'Camp X-Ray' Through a 6-Inch Window

    James Laxton brings his film "Camp X-Ray" to Sundance this year. His previous projects include "The Myth of the American Sleepover," "For a Good Time Call," "Medicine for Melancholy," "California Solo," and "Adult World."

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    Alix Madigan Thinks Ted Hope is Wrong: Here's Her Keynote From the Sundance 2014 Producers Lunch

    Alix Madigan, who has both “Laggies” and “White Bird in a Blizzard” at Sundance 2014, has a different point of view — one that she presented as the keynote speaker at the Sundance Producers Lunch on January 19. Sundance has kindly provided us with the opportunity to republish her remarks in full.

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    Online Film Financing Startup Passion First Funding Portal Announced at Sundance

    Passion First Funding Portal, an online film financing company, was announced yesterday at Sundance. It is one of the first portals to be formed under the Jumpstart Our Business Startups Act (JOBS), which was passed in September in an attempt to promote small business ventures.

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    Sundance Review: Maya Forbes Makes a Forceful and Heartfelt Debut With 'Infinitely Polar Bear'

    Plowing through the boy-meets-girl-makes-family exposition before the opening credits are through, the super-8 home movie that opens Maya Forbes' directorial debut, "Infinitely Polar Bear," sets the tone for her highly personal if slightly romanticized portrait of familial love and mental illness. A...

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    Sundance Review: Absorbing & Memorable Noir ‘Cold In July’ Starring Michael C. Hall, Sam Shepard & Don Johnson

    Give filmmaker Jim Mickle credit; just when you think you’ve got a handle on his ever-evolving pulpy noir thriller “Cold In July,” the movie snakes sinisterly in abruptly twisting directions. The director behind the celebrated (but uneven) cannibal movie “We Are What We Are,” and the vampire indie “...

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