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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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    Sundance Review: Dock Ellis Baseball Doc 'No No' A Delightful Trip Around The Bases

    On June 12th, 1970, a pitcher for the Pittsburgh Pirates named Dock Ellis, known for his oversized personality on and off the diamond, threw a no-hitter against the San Diego Padres. A no-hitter is defined by a team not being able to earn a single hit and it’s a pretty phenomenal feat, with only 282...

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    Sundance Review: David Wain's 'They Came Together,' With Amy Poehler and Paul Rudd, Is a Hilarious Knock On Romantic Comedies

    David Wain more or less returns to form with "We Came Together," a takedown of romantic comedy traditions of chaotic, irreverent proportions.

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    Sundance Review: 'No No: A Dockumentary' is Far More Than Simply a Look at the Day When Baseball and LSD Mixed

    Those expecting a feature-length breakdown of a single athletic achievement will be pleasantly surprised to instead find a much deeper, fulfilling examination of the life that surrounded it.

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    Sundance Review: 'The One I Love' Starring Elizabeth Moss & Mark Duplass

    At first blush, "The One I Love" appears to be just the latest standard operating relationship dramedy to pass through Sundance. But while the relationship at the center of the film is the engine that drives the narrative, there are much more mysterious things going on under the hood. The film cente...

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    Sundance Review: ‘Imperial Dreams’ Features A Knockout Performance From 'Attack the Block' Star John Boyega

    There’s always at least one hidden treasure at Sundance that seems to go unnoticed by audiences and critics alike—with no real good answer as to why the buzz wasn’t loud enough to get more people talking about it—but it happens. This year, that gem is Malik Vitthal’s first shot at a feature film, th...

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    'Difret,' 'Imperial Dreams,' 'Dear White People,' Fishing Without Nets' All Collect Sundance Trophies

    'Difret,' 'Imperial Dreams,' 'Dear White People,' Fishing Without Nets' All Collect Sundance Trophies

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