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    Not Going to Sundance This Year? Stream These 13 Festival Events at Home

    Enjoy the Sundance experience from the comforts of your living room.

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    5 Must-See Shorts at the 2015 Sundance Film Festival

    Here are the real discoveries of this year's festival.

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    Sundance Curiosities: Domestic Warfare Will Generate Controversy at This Year's Festival

    Several non-fiction projects at this year's festival engage with domestic warfare.

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    Sundance Curiosities: Joe Swanberg and Noah Baumbach Could Take American Indie Film Mainstream

    Two major names in the American indie scene arrive at Sundance this year with a fresh set of expectations.

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    Sundance Curiosities: LGBT Life in America Gets Its Due At This Year's Festival

    It's looking like a landmark year for queer narratives in Park City.

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    Sundance Curiosities: American Dreams Will Loom Large at Sundance 2015

    The American dream isn't exactly a new concept, but these Sundance films will hopefully find fresh ways of exploring it.

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    A Year of 'Little Accidents': How a Sundance Debut Reached Theaters

    One year ago, Sara Colangelo's "Little Accidents" premiered at the Sundance Film Festival. Today it hits theaters and VOD. Indiewire spoke to Colangelo about making the film, getting into Sundance and finding distribution. Colangelo shares her advice for the new crop of Sundance filmmakers.

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    Meet the 2015 Sundance Filmmakers #14: Michael Larnell's 'Cronies' Explores the End of a Friendship

    In the vein of Spike Lee's "Do the Right Thing," Michael Larnell's "Cronies" opens on a hot summer day. Except this time, we're in St. Louis, not New York.

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