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    How Virtual Reality Technology is Changing Documentary Filmmaking

    Several virtual reality installations at this year's Sundance Film Festival speak to the rising appeal of the technology among today's innovative storytellers.

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    Sundance: 'Take Me to the River' Is a Tantalizing Southern Gothic

    Matt Sobel's debut never fully reveals the nature of its central, coming-of-age mystery, which is exactly what makes it a bold Sundance viewing experience.

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    Critic's Notebook: Why This Year's Sundance Revealed an Exciting Stage for American Movies

    It wasn't just about the big deals in Park City this year.

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    Sundance Review: Nick Hornby-Scripted 'Brooklyn' is Beautiful But Unfulfilling

    John Crowley adapts Colm Toibin's novel about an Irish immigrant making her way through 1950's-era New York.

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    Sundance Review: Jemaine Clement, Jessica Williams and More Shine in 'People, Places and Things'

    Jim Strouse's first feature following "The Winning Season" and "Grace is Gone" is his best yet.

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    Sundance Review: Bobcat Goldthwait's 'Call Me Lucky' Puts Barry Crimmins in the Spotlight

    Standup comedian-turned-filmmaker Goldthwait shines a light on an outspoken hero of the comedy scene with a dark past.

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    Sundance Review: '3 ½ Minutes' is a Timely Statement on an Age-Old Issue

    The latest documentary from the director of the Sundance hit "Who is Dayani Cristal?" has a painfully timely hook.

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    Sundance Review: Sebastian Silva's Tense 'Nasty Baby' is a Subversive Delight

    Kristen Wiig co-stars in this Brooklyn-set comedy-drama, which is full of surprises.

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