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    Sundance Q&A: Program Director Trevor Groth Explores the Surprises of the Festival

    Virtually everyone in the bubble of film industry aficionados descending on Park City this year asked some version of the same question at the very beginning: What's this year's "Beasts of the Southern Wild"? By Sunday, however, the answer was clear: Nothing. And thank god for that. Program director...

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    Sundance Awards: Both Ryan Coogler Drama 'Fruitvale,' Doc 'Blood Brother' Nab Grand Jury and Audience Awards UPDATED

    At the Sundance Film Festival Awards ceremony on Saturday, director John Cooper broke down in tears. Why? Because it was such a damned fine festival, where so many filmmakers were discovered and lauded. We are in a sweet zone for indie cinema, and Sundance helped to make that so.

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    Sundance 2013: Lake Bell Wants to Vanquish "Sexy Baby Talk" Via Her Directorial Debut 'In a World...'

    Lake Bell, the tall and lanky comedienne best known for work on Adult Swim's "Children's Hospital" and HBO's now defunct show "How To Make It In America," proved herself to be a quadruple threat to reckon with last week when "In a World...," her feature directorial-screenwriting debut (which she als...

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    Sundance Review: 'Emanuel And The Truth About Fishes' Is A Frustrating Sea Of Clichés

    There is a widely held stereotype that the Sundance Film Festival is just dour, depressing films – dramas about addiction and family dysfunction and infidelity and incest and on and on – and outside of the occasional “Little Miss Sunshine”-type breakout, the festival wouldn’t really hold much intere...

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    Sundance Review: Does Kyle Patrick Alvarez's David Sedaris Adaptation 'C.O.G' Work If You Don't Know the Source Material?

    Touted as the first feature-length adaptation of comic writer David Sedaris' work, Kyle Patrick Alvarez's "C.O.G" arrived at the Sundance Film Festival with plenty of hype generated by fans of the original. A short story from the author's anthology "Naked," it's the kind of low key, reflective story...

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    Sundance 2013: Candid Party Shots of Daniel Radcliffe, Jane Lynch, Michael C. Hall and More in Park City

    With Utah bidding adieu to the 2013 Sundance Film Festival today, take a look back at some candid shots of celebrities who made Park City their home over the past week. The photos were all taken over the four nights of the Next Generation Filmmaker Dinner Series', a slate of nightly events hosted in...

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    Sundance 2013: RADiUS-TWC Falls for Competition Doc 'Cutie and the Boxer'

    In its fifth acquisition of the Sundance Film Festival, RADiUS-TWC has acquired North American and French rights to Zachary Heinzerling’s “Cutie and the Boxer.” The competition film won the U.S. documentary directing award Saturday night at the festival’s awards ceremony.

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    Sundance 2013: Oscilloscope Adopts Andrew Dosunmu's 'Mother of George'

    Oscilloscope Laboratories picked up its first film of the 2013 Sundance Film Festival Saturday by grabbing North American rights to Andrew Dosunmu’s “Mother of George.” The drama premiered in the U.S. dramatic competition of the festival.

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    Sundance Review: David Sedaris Adaptation 'C.O.G.' Features Fine Performances But Might Work Better As An HBO Series

    Based on an essay in “Naked,” David Sedaris' hugely popular collection of autobiographical short stories, “C.O.G.” is notable for being the very first film adaptation of the author's work. Though he’d previously turned down all other offers to adapt his stories, the essayist was impressed by writer/...

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