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    Sundance Exclusive: Three Clips from Eskil Vogt's Subtly Gripping 'Blind'

    Even small snippets from "Blind," a Norwegian drama with English subtitles premiering at Sundance next week, are stand-alone emotional journeys.

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    Exclusive: Provocative Teaser Trailer For Sundance Documentary 'Concerning Violence' Narrated By Lauryn Hill

    In 2011, Swedish filmmaker Göran Hugo Olsson brought a forgotten piece of American history vividly to life with "The Black Power Mixtape 1967-1975." The compelling documentary unearthed largely unseen footage shot by Swedish journalists of the era, and shined a new light on the potent Black Power mo...

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    Sundance Curiosities: Why This Year's Sundance Is All About Arrested Development

    Our annual Sundance Curiosities column takes a look at various movies and filmmakers from the upcoming Park City festival worthy of anticipation.

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    Sundance Production Diary: Ira Sachs on Sound Mixing 'Love is Strange' at Skywalker Sound

    Ira Sachs ("Keep the Lights On") returns to Sundance this year with his latest, "Love is Strange," starring Alfred Molina and John Lithgow as a gay married couple in New York, forced to live apart. Prior to its world premiere in Park City, Sachs provided Indiewire with an exclusive excerpt from his ...

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    Why Manohla Dargis's Sundance Proposal Is Behind the Times

    NY Times critic Manohla Dargis can be forgiven for feeling overwhelmed by the number of world premieres at the Sundance Film Festival, the toughest festival to cover, because so many new movies demand to be reviewed. But is she really rooting for fewer of them to get picked up? She complains that th...

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    Sundance Jurors Include Directors Singer and Scherfig, Critics Maltin and Stevens

    The Sundance Film Festival jurors include critics Leonard Maltin and Dana Stevens and directors Lone Scherfig and Bryan Singer.

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    Sundance Reveals 2014 Jury Members; Bryan Singer, Leonard Maltin and Tracy Chapman Make Cut

    The Sundance Institute today revealed the members making up this year's jury of the Sundance Film Festival. The awards for the 2014 edition of the event will be handed out on Jan. 25 in Park City at an awards ceremony hosted by husband-and-wife duo Nick Offerman and Megan Mullally. Full jury list be...

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    The 50 Indie Films Indiewire Wants to See in 2014

    Indiewire looks to the upcoming year with anticipated new movies from Wes Anderson, Joe Swanberg, Richard Linklater, Woody Allen and more.

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    Sundance Curiosities: Will ‘Fed Up' Be the Last Straw for America's Food Industry?

    Virtually every year, the Sundance Film Festival premieres at least one documentary that serves as a hugely compelling call to action. Rallying for the distinction this year is director Stephanie Soechtig’s “Fed Up.”

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    Exclusive: New Pics From Sundance Comedy 'Land Ho!'; Directors Martha Stephens & Aaron Katz Talk Influences & Iceland

    Last fall, word emerged that David Gordon Green was putting his executive producer stamp on "Land Ho!," the new feature film from directors Martha Stephens and Aaron Katz. The pair have been making waves on the indie film scene over the past few years, with their most recent efforts "Pilgrim Song" a...

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