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    Watch: Kutcher as Steve 'jOBS' Argues Against Belief that 'Nobody Wants to Buy a Computer' in First Clip

    A first clip for Sundance closer "jOBS" has landed. The film, which stars Ashton Kutcher as the eponymous Apple innovator, screens in Park City on January 27 and opens April 19 via Open Road.

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    David Gordon Green Says He's Going To Remake His Remake Of 'Prince Avalanche' 3 More Times; 'Suspiria' Stuck In Legal Woes

    Filmmaker David Gordon Green's latest effort, "Prince Avalanche," is getting some of the best reviews of his career. A hit at Sundance, that just got picked up by Magnolia Pictures, the unusual, poetically observational pas de deux comedy is funny, but also unexpectedly moving and human (you can rea...

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    Five Minutes with Jane Campion

    This week at Sundance I got to sit down for a brief couple of minutes to check in with Jane Campion who was in town promoting her six hour mini series Top of the Lake which will premiere on the Sundance channel on March 18th.

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    Sundance: 'Lovelace' Star Amanda Seyfried on Nudity and Why She Still Considers 'Mean Girls' Her Best Work

    Fresh from cooing her way into our hearts in the holiday hit "Les Miserables," Amanda Seyfried arrived in Park City Tuesday night with "Lovelace," a project that couldn't be more different from Tom Hooper's earnest, Oscar-nominated musical.

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    Criticwire at Sundance: What Films Have the Highest Ratings?

    Just like that, Sundance 2013 is already 50% over. We take a look at some of the Criticwire response for a dozen of the most notable films of the first five days of Park City.

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    Sundance Review: Was 'The Way, Way Back' Worth the $10 Million Fox Searchlight Paid For It?

    Fox Searchlight's generous offer calls to mind a similar movie the distributor famously purchased for the same hefty price tag at the festival seven years ago -- "Little Miss Sunshine." But where "Sunshine" generated unique chemistry, "The Way, Way Back" exclusively relies on familiar tropes.

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    Meet the 2013 Sundance Filmmakers #48: Gael Garcia Bernal and Marc Silver Tackle Migration in the Hybrid Doc, 'Who is Dayani Cristal?'

    Marc Silver's acclaimed opening night documentary, "Who is Dayani Cristal?," tells the true story of one migrant worker who found himself in that deadly stretch of desert known as the "corridor of death," to provide a tragic testimony to the results of the U.S. war on immigration. Silver does so by ...

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    Watch: 2 Clips From Sundance Film 'Austenland' Starring Keri Russell

    Naturally, as the Sundance Film Festival continues to unfold in Park City, Utah, more clips and trailers from films featured in the festival are being released this week. This time around, we’ve got two clips from “Austenland,” which debuted last week, showcasing the film&rsqu...

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    Sundance Review Roundup: Documentary 'After Tiller' a Sensitive Look at Third-Trimester Abortion

    Critics generally agree that Martha Shane and Lana Wilson's documentary "After Tiller" is an intelligent, nuanced and sensitive portrait of the last four remaining doctors in the U.S. who perform third-trimester abortions. Roundup below.

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    Sundance Review Roundup: Tame 'Lovelace' Goes Down Too Smooth

    "Lovelace," Rob Epstein and Jeffrey Friedman's portrait of the personal life of "Deep Throat" porn star Linda Lovelace (Amanda Seyfried), isn't impressing the critics. While the occasional review finds Seyfried and co-star Peter Sarsgaard's performances to be engaging, most deem the actors' talents ...

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