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    Meet the 2013 Sundance Filmmakers #52: Tinatin Gurchiani Gives Youth a Voice in "The Machine Which Makes Everything Disappear"

    Tinatin Gurchiani's "The Machine Which Makes Everything Disappear" begins as an experiement as various youths of the country of Georgia arrive at a casting call only to spill their personal stories to the camera. The myriad of lives shared in the film, which screened as a part of the W...

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    Meet the 2013 Sundance Filmmakers #51: Kalyanee Mam Reveals the Courage of Survival in "A River Changes Course"

    In her feature directorial debut, "A River Changes Course," Cambodian filmmaker Kalyanee Mam goes on a journey following the environmental and economical struggles threatening the futures by three individals in her native country. The cinematographer of 2010's Academy Award-winning doc...

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    Meet the 2013 Sundance Filmmakers #50: Zhao Qi Documents the Rise of a 'Fallen City'

    Chinese filmmaker Zhao Qi and produer of the 2010 Grandy Jury Prize: Documentary-nominated "Last Train Home," made his directorial debut with "Fallen City" in the World Cinema Documentary Competition. The film documents the recovery of three survivors of the devestating 2008 eart...

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    'Jobs' Sundance Review Round-Up: Ashton Kutcher Nearly Pulls Off Steve Jobs Impersonation (VIDEO)

    "jOBs", directed by Joshua Michael Stern, is a straight-forward biopic, following the visionary's journey from hippie college dropout to ruthless technology czar. The movie, which closed the Sundance Festival on Friday, features Ashton Kutcher as the Apple genius - a role he acknowledged was a big ...

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    Monterey Media Grabs Matthew Porterfield's Sundance Drama 'I Used To Be Darker'

    Monterey Media has acquired North American rights to Matthew Porterfield’s “I Used To Be Darker,” which had its world premiere in the NEXT <=> section of the Sundance Film Festival on Jan. 19. The company plans a summer theatrical release.

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    Phase 4 Films and Kevin Smith Acquire Sundance Comedy 'Milkshake'

    In its second acquisition of the Sundance Film Festival, Phase 4 Films has picked up rights to David Andalman and Mariko Munro’s “Milkshake,” which had its world premiere in the NEXT <=> section on Jan. 20. The company acquired North American rights to Shaka King’s feat...

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    Sundance 2013 Review: 'God Loves Uganda'

    Sundance 2013 Review: 'God Loves Uganda'

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    Sundance Wrap: The 5 Best Films Of The Festival, Plus Our Complete Coverage

    First festival of the year? Done and dusted. Every year, the movie industry heads en masse to Utah for the Sundance Film Festival, Robert Redford's celebration of independent cinema, which has become increasingly important over the years, in the hope of uncovering the next big thing. Last year's fes...

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    Jill Soloway and Lake Bell Take Home Major Awards at 2013 Sundance Feature Film Awards

    Sundance wrapped up over the weekend and announced their 2013 Film Awards. Women filmmakers took away some of the bigger prizes of the festival including Jill Soloway winning the directing award for Afternoon Delight and Lake Bell winning The Waldo Salt screenwriting award for In a World…. Ov...

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    Paladin and 108 Media Take the World on Sundance 2012 Drama 'Valley of Saints'

    108 Media and Paladin have jointly acquired worldwide rights to Musa Syeed's “Valley of Saints,” which screened in the world cinema dramatic competition at the 2012 Sundance Film Festival. The companies plan a North American release this summer, with foreign rights being sold at the ...

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