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    Sundance 2013: Brit Marling and Ellen Page Deconstruct 'The East' and Explain Why Robert Redford is an "Anarchist Thinker"

    Two years after "Another Earth" and "Sound of My Voice" catapulted her to indie-icon status at Sundance, Brit Marling is back with "The East," and she explains to IW her personal ties to the politically charged screenplay and what makes Sundance's venerable founder a revolutionary.

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    Sundance 2013: David Lowery's 'Ain't Them Bodies Saints' to IFC Films

    David Lowery’s “Ain’t Them Bodies Saints,” one of the most anticipated films of the 2013 Sundance Film Festival, has landed with IFC Films. The U.S. dramatic competition film had its world premiere at the Eccles Theatre Sunday, Jan. 20.

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    Sundance Deal: IFC Picks Up 'Ain't Them Bodies Saints'

    IFC has sealed a deal for U.S. rights to David Lowery's Sundance favorite "Ain't Them Bodies Saints." The acquisition reportedly came after a battle involving the company and three other distributors that lasted through the night of January 24 and into the morning of the 25th.

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    Sundance Futures: Lana Wilson, Martha Shane Challenge Assumptions About Third-Trimester Abortions in 'After Tiller'

    Sundance Futures: Lana Wilson, Martha Shane Challenge Assumptions About Third-Trimester Abortions in 'After Tiller'

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    Sundance Review: Sebastian Silva-Michael Cera Thriller 'Magic Magic' A Misfire For Both of Them

    Sundance Review: Sebastian Silva-Michael Cera Thriller 'Magic Magic' A Misfire For Both of Them

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    Sundance Review Roundup: 'Blue Caprice' an Eerie Thriller Exploring the 2002 Beltway Snipers

    Critics are raving about Sundance NEXT section entry "Blue Caprice," directed by Alexandre Moors and based on the 2002 sniper attacks in Washington D.C., Maryland and Virginia. The film is an "eerie, disquieting, veritie-style exploration" of the killers' psychologies, while refusing any easy thrill...

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    Sundance: Sony Pictures Classics Acquires Richard Linklater's 'Before Midnight'

    With the big question around "Before Midnight" – will it stand alongside the beloved "Before Sunrise" and "Before Sunset"? – finally answered (it definitely does, read our review), the next question was where the movie was going to end up. It's a tricky one. The first two movies weren't exactly big ...

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    Sundance Review: 'In A World...' A Low-Key Charmer & Promising Directorial Debut For Lake Bell

    One of the worst things you could say about a comedy is usually that it has a wide appeal. The most interesting comedies are the ones that tend to be hyper-specific, focused on an insular world of some kind (think '70s newsrooms in “Anchorman” or '80s summer camp in “Wet Hot American Summer”), while...

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    Award Winning Producer Paul Mezey Joins Cinereach Team

    Cinereach is an innovative new force for good works in the independent film community.

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