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    YouTube at Sundance

    YouTube’s importance at Sundance grows every year. This year, they held free workshops on how to maximize your use of YouTube. Here is the latest schedule of YouTube on Main Street events and press assets, please visit google site ytsundance2014 or Twitter at #YouTubeSundance.

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    2014 Oscar Nominated Short Films Hit Theaters January 31 (WATCH TRAILER)

    The 2014 Oscar nominated short films (in live-action, documentary and animation) are making their way to theaters January 31 (and debuting on iTunes February 25). Check out the full list of 15 short films playing in the program, plus watch the compilation's trailer, below.

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    Sundance Up Close: Lucy Walker's Powerful Short Doc 'The Lion's Mouth Opens'

    Something remarkable about Lucy Walker’s short documentary film “The Lion’s Mouth Opens,” which premiered at Sundance, is that in its mere fifteen minute running time a stage is set for a story that will unfold over years -- a lifetime.

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    Sundance Institute Announces 2014 Short Film Award Winners

    Jury prizes and and honorable mentions were given out in short filming at the 2014 Sundance Film Festival. Of 8,161 submissions, 66 were chosen to part of this year's Short Film program, presented by YouTube.

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    Sundance: Rose McGowan on Finally Finding Her Calling as a Filmmaker and How Celebrities Ruined Crowdfunding

    Nineteen years after effectively launching her acting career at Sundance with Gregg Araki's "The Doom Generation," Rose McGowan is back in Park City to launch her directing one with her accomplished directorial debut, the short film "Dawn."

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    Trailer: Social Worker Meets African Child Soldier in Oscar Nominated Short 'That Wasn't Me'

    Competing at this year's Oscars in the best Short Film Live Action category is Aquel no era yo (That Wasn't Me), written and directed by Esteban Crespo and set in Sierra Leon.

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    Watch: Side-by-Side Footage of London in 1927 and London Today

    When cinematographer Claude Friese-Greene navigated through 1920s London with his new color film camera he probably didn't expect that someone would do the exact same thing in the exact same places in 2013.

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    Fandor to Debut Sundance Short 'Rat Pack Rat' and Is Looking to Acquire at Sundance

    Fandor plans to debut "Rat Pack Rat," a short film by Todd Rohal screening at this year's Sundance, today at noon, ahead of its Sundance screening on Friday.

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    Short Shouts: Young Boy Hustles & Roams NYC Transit System in Startling 'Open City: B.L.B'

    Helmed by up-and-coming filmmaking talent A.V. Rockwell (Alina Victoria) - whom we last profiled on this blog when Rockwell was raising funds for her Open City Mixtape shorts series - the young filmmaker's newest short project Open City: B.L.B has been released tonight.

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    Sundance Festival Shorts Tour

    A 93-minute collection of eight short films from the 2013 edition of the festival, the Sundance Film Festival Short Films program showcases a variety of both young and established filmmakers. Already playing now at the IFC Center in New York until January 2, the series is coming to a city near you.

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