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    Sundance Women Directors: Meet Madeleine Olnek

    "The biggest misconception -- not just for me, but for other comedic filmmakers as well -- is that comedy can't be a profoundly meaningful experience. People tend to think of only dramas as meaningful, but just because something is presented with weight doesn't mean it has weight."

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    'Codependent Lesbian Space Alien' and 'Delta Boys' Debut on VOD Through Sundance Artists Services Program

    Making their digital premieres today, through the Sundance Institute's Artist Services Program, are "Codependent Lesbian Space Alien Seeks Same" and "Delta Boys."

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    FUTURES | 'Codependent Lesbian Space Alien' Director Madeleine Olnek on Sticking to Comedies

    Why She's On Our Radar: Her debut feature, the hilarious black-and-white sci-fi romantic comedy "Codependent Lesbian Space Alien Seeks Same," charmed the pants off critics and audiences at the Sundance Film Festival earlier this year where it world premiered. It opens this Friday,...

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    The Kickstarting Never Stops: Three Sundance Films Are Looking for Distribution Dough

    Filmmaking may be democratized by more-affordable technologies, but it still costs a hell of a lot of money to get your film seen. From making prints to booking theaters to sales agents to publicists, the expenses stack up. From the 2011 crop of Sundance films, three are currently searching for fun...

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    FUTURES | "Codependent Lesbian Space Alien" Director Madeleine Olnek on Sticking to Comedies

    Why She's On Our Radar: Her debut feature, the hilarious black-and-white sci-fi romantic comedy "Codependent Lesbian Space Alien Seeks Same," charmed the pants off critics and audiences at the Sundance Film Festival earlier this year where it world premiered. The film's since ...

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    "Gun Hill Road" & "Christopher and His Kind" to Bookend 35th Frameline Among Other Highlights

    Over 200 films from more than 30 countries make up the slate for the 35th anniversary edition of Frameline35, the San Francisco international LGBT film festival. The event kicks off of June 16th with Rashaad Ernesto Green's drama "Gun Hill Road." Geoffrey Sax's BBC-produced dramatization of Christop...

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