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Sundance Film Festival

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    How 'The Occupy Wall Street Collaborative Film' Demonstrates Crowdsourcing in Action

    This year, Indiewire is teaming up with the MIT Open Documentary Lab in the department of Comparative Media Studies and the Sundance Institute for a series on articles about the festival's New Frontiers section written by two graduate students attending the festival.

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    Sundance Day 5: Missed Films but Great Parties

    The problem with the top festivals is that no matter what you are doing, you feel you should be doing something else. Whether to stay home and write or be out seeing films or partying/ networking, sometimes you feel like you're missing out of the really important things.

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    Sundance Deals: Women Directed and Women Centric Round Up

    Here are some of the deals coming out of Sundance in the past couple days that are women directed or women focused films.

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    Sundance Her Infinite Variety Panel: Women Writer-Directors Talk Turkey

    “I couldn’t find the things going on in my life up on the screen, so I wrote this to fill that void,” said Oscar-nominated screenwriter Naomi Foner ("Running on Empty"), who made her directing debut 20 years after writing "Very Good Girls," which premiered at Sundance Wednesday night.

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    Sundance Entry 'Escape from Tomorrow' Builds Buzz on Disney Controversy

    First-time director Randy Moore's "Escape From Tomorrow" is a weird piece of work. Moore went undercover at Disneyworld to turn the idea of "the happiest place on earth" upside down, as a troubled father (Roy Abramsohn) freaks out all over the iconic Orlando landmark while on vacation with his wife...

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    Sundance Review: Doremus' 'Breathe In' Disappoints

    Drake Doremus's relatable 2010 Sundance Dramatic Competition Winner "Like Crazy" showed us the wondrous yet ephemeral nature of young love. This year's "Breathe In" also tackles this view of love, but without the same ease.

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    Sundance Review: Garcia Bernal Mystery Doc 'Who Is Dayani Cristal?'

    An unidentified body is found in the Sonoran desert in Pima County, Arizona under the heat of an August sun—the body of a migrant, traveling north along a treacherous and uncertain path to the United States.

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    Sundance 2013: Entertainment One Invites 'We Are What We Are' Into the Family

    Canada-based distributor Entertainment One has closed a deal to take U.S. rights to “We Are What We Are,” a creepy Park City at Midnight selection of the Sundance Film Festival. One source puts the sale in the low-seven-figures range. EOne plans a theatrical release later this year.

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    Sundance Review: 'Fruitvale' is a Tearjerker

    Ryan Coogler's true story "Fruitvale," which was backed by Sundance workshops and San Francisco Film Society filmmaker grants, couldn't be more timely, post-Newtown. Weinstein Co. acquired U.S. rights for $2.5 million soon after its Sundance debut.

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    Sundance 2013: Exclusive Releasing Acquires Naomi Watts-Robin Wright Drama 'Two Mothers'

    New Exclusive Media distribution division Exclusive Releasing has jumped into the Sundance fray by picking up U.S. rights to the drama “Two Mothers,” starring Naomi Watts and Robin Wright. The film had its world premiere Friday, Jan. 18, in the Premieres section of the Sundance Film Fest...

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