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Sundance Film Festival

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    Sundance Review: Documentary Grand Jury Prize Winner 'Rich Hill' Is a Beautiful Elegy For American Poverty We've Seen Before

    Beautiful, haunting elegies for American poverty have gradually developed into a subgenre of modern documentary filmmaking. "Rich Hill" is the latest example, and it's a strong one.

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    Sundance Review: Nick Offerman Uncovers the Real America In 'American Ham'

    Director Jordan Vogt-Roberts, whose “Kings of Summer” played at last year’s Sundance, filmed “Nick Offerman: American Ham” over two shows during the same night.

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    Sundance Review: 'Viktoria' Is A Humorous and Poetic Debut From Bulgarian Writer-Director Maya Vitkova

    The first Bulgarian film ever to screen at Sundance, Maya Vitkova’s “Viktoria” manages to say a lot in very few words.

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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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