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    Why the Slamdance Film Festival Remains Vital After 21 Years

    That other, smaller Park City gathering has steadily found its place on the festival circuit.

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    Review: 'High Maintenance' is a 'Pot' of Gold for Independent Television

    The digital series, now distributed on VOD by Vimeo, remains the gold standard of its genre. (It's not a very competitive genre, but it is really, really great.)

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    Review: 'The Americans' Season 3 Episode 2 'Baggage' Deepens the Divide Between Parents

    "Baggage" was anything but weighed down, as Elizabeth and Philip upped the intensity in their battle over Paige's future.

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    Sundance Review: 'Bob and the Trees' Documents a Rap-Loving Logger and Little Else

    The naturalistic tale of an eccentric Massachusetts man fails to offer much of interest about his life.

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    Sundance Review: Tig Notaro Tells Her Unlikely Survival Story in Moving Doc 'Tig'

    She struggled with cancer and lost her mother in one year. Then she did a show about it. "Tig" captures the comedian's journey every step of the way.

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    Exclusive Cahiers Du Cinema Reviews in English: A Welcome Alternative to American Teen Comedies

    In this latest translation from the seminal French film magazine, a close look at the adolescence comedy "French Kissers."

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    Sundance Review: Jonathan Gold Gets an Admiring Profile in 'City of Gold'

    The L.A. food critic at the center of this documentary is a strong enough subject to overcome the movie's flaws.

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    How Virtual Reality Could Change the Way We Watch Movies

    A student from MIT's Open Documentary Lab reports on the prospects of virtual reality on display at this year's Sundance Film Festival.

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