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    Sundance Diary: Ira Sachs on Premiering 'Love is Strange' and Meeting With Buyers

    Veteran filmmaker Ira Sachs ("Keep the Lights On") came to the 2014 edition of the Sundance Film Festival with his new drama "Love is Strange," and walked away with some of the best reviews of his career and a pickup from Sony Pictures Classics. In this diary entry, exclusive to Indiewire, Sachs ope...

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    Sundance Review: 'God's Pocket' Starring Philip Seymour Hoffman, John Turturro & Christina Hendricks

    In God’s Pocket, a small town in Pennsylvania where everybody knows everybody’s business, it wouldn’t be uncommon to look out your window and see a man with one leg digging through the trash. Unfortunately, the same is also true of “God’s Pocket,” a morbid, 1970’s-set bummer of a film that strands i...

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    How Sundance's New Frontier Section Confronts Age-Old Ideas and New Questions

    Now in its eighth year, New Frontier is the Sundance Film Festival's series highlighting innovation and experimentation in modern storytelling.

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    Sundance Review: Documentary Grand Jury Prize Winner 'Rich Hill' Is a Beautiful Elegy For American Poverty We've Seen Before

    Beautiful, haunting elegies for American poverty have gradually developed into a subgenre of modern documentary filmmaking. "Rich Hill" is the latest example, and it's a strong one.

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    Sundance Review: Nick Offerman Uncovers the Real America In 'American Ham'

    Director Jordan Vogt-Roberts, whose “Kings of Summer” played at last year’s Sundance, filmed “Nick Offerman: American Ham” over two shows during the same night.

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    Sundance Review: 'Viktoria' Is A Humorous and Poetic Debut From Bulgarian Writer-Director Maya Vitkova

    The first Bulgarian film ever to screen at Sundance, Maya Vitkova’s “Viktoria” manages to say a lot in very few words.

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    Sundance Review: 'Lock Charmer' Wonderfully Explores the Magic of Being Honest

    Natalia Smirnoff’s sophomore directing effort "Lock Charmer” is a subdued character study about a locksmith’s newfound gift to see hidden aspects of people around him.

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    Sundance Review: Powerful Imagery Reconstructs Black History in Thomas Allen Harris' 'Through a Lens Darkly'

    Thomas Allen Harris' “Through a Lens Darkly: Black Photographers and the Emergence of a People” contains a collage of images that tell the story of African Americans’ photographic representation within the context of the country's broader history.

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    Sundance Review: 'The Signal,' From the Director of 'Love,' Suffers From Convoluted Sci-Fi Trickery

    It's hard to pinpoint exactly where does William Eubank’s "The Signal" goes from being an alluring and contained science fiction thriller into a full blown parade of slow-motion-driven visual effects.

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    Sundance Review: 'Watchers of the Sky' Explores the Challenge of Chronicling Genocide

    By bringing in perspectives from the media, activists, historians and the refugees themselves, Edet Belzberg's "Watchers of the Sky" presents a view of modern challenges in combating genocide that, while not entirely thorough, is a sobering reminder of the difficulty of those efforts.

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