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Sundance Film Festival

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    Sundance Watch This: Gideon's Army - Directed by Dawn Porter

    Sundance Watch This: Gideon's Army - Directed by Dawn Porter

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    Sundance Review: 'The Way, Way Back' A Familiar But Crowd Pleasing Coming-Of-Age Tale From Co-Writers Of 'The Descendants'

    Back in 2012, “The Descendants” took home the Oscar for Best Adapted Screenplay, and most people were probably surprised to see Alexander Payne (a previous winner for “Sideways” and nominee for “Election”) flanked by Dean Pelton from “Community” and that dude from “Club Dredd.” For the first time in...

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    The 2013 Sundance Review Report: 'Upstream Color'

    The director of "Primer" is back with a new movie -- here's what critics think of it.

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    IDA at Sundance 2013

    The International Documentary Association (IDA) attended the Sundance Film Festival this year and are proud supporters of the following three projects in this year's Sundance Film Festival...

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    Sundance Review: 'The Necessary Death of Charlie Countryman' Plays Like An Overwrought & Dated Music Video

    "The Necessary Death of Charlie Countryman" opens up with an arresting image, the titular character (played by Shia LaBeouf) dangling upside down in woozy slow-motion, his face brutally beaten and bloody. As the narrator (John Hurt) explains, Charlie Countryman is languishing in the wind ...

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    Sundance Review: ‘Narco Cultura’ Is A Disturbing Look At The Mexican War On Drugs & The Idolatry Within

    Since 2006, when the War on Drugs was officially declared in Mexico -- a joint operation by Federal Police and the Mexican military known as Operation Michoacan -- approximately 60,000 known murders have been recorded. At the epicenter of the major narcotics trafficking and drug cartels that ravage ...

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    Sundance 2013: RADiUS-TWC Acquires Sexy Lesbian Drama 'Concussion'

    RADiUS-TWC has picked up its second film of the Sundance Film Festival, grabbing North American rights to Stacie Passon’s dramatic competition film “Concussion” in a seven-figure deal. The company plans an early fall release.

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    Sundance 2013: Stephenie Meyer-Produced 'Austenland' Booked by SPWA and SPC

    One of the earliest dramatic competition films to screen at Sundance this year, Jerusha’s Hess’ “Austenland” has finally landed with Sony Pictures Worldwide Acquisitions, with Sony Pictures Classics set to distribute Stateside. The target of multiple bids since its world prem...

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    Meet the 2013 Sundance Filmmakers #47: Kyle Patrick Alvarez Adapts David Sedaris for the First Time with 'C.O.G.'

    Kyle Patrick Alvarez won the "Someone To Watch" Indie Spirit Award for his 2009 directorial debut "Easier Than Practice," and now he's the first person to direct an adaptation of a David Sedaris piece. The film, "C.O.G." has debuted in Sundance's U.S. Dramatic ...

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    Meet the 2013 Sundance Filmmakers #46: Marta Cunningham Explores a Complicated Killing in 'Valentine Road'

    Autodidact filmmaker Marta Cunningham has made a stunning multi-faceted film about a very high-profile and gruesome killing: the point-blank range school shooting of Larry King, a young student exploring his gender identity in a California mega-suburb, by his classmate. The film, a part of Sundanc...

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