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Sundance 2012 Interviews

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    Jarecki Talks Political Campaign for Sundance Doc Winner 'The House I Live In' - Coming to Digital and VOD Platforms January 15

    UPDATE: Eugene Jarecki's incisive and incendiary "The House I Live In" arrives on all digital and VOD platforms on January 15. FilmBuff is handling the release, following its theatrical run last October...

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    HBO Docs President Sheila Nevins Talks West Memphis Three, New Oscar Rules, Sundance, Abramovic

    HBO Documentary Films czar Sheila Nevins is a force to be reckoned with. After 30 years in the entertainment industry, she knows how to adapt. I sat down with her at the Sundance Film Festival to talk about HBO's Sundance docs as well as ongoing changes in Oscar doc rules.

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    FUTURES: 'Young & Wild' Filmmaker Marialy Rivas Talks Her Sexy, Sundance Award-Winning Debut

    Chilean director/writer Marialy Rivas turned heads at the just-wrapped Sundance Film Festival with her sexually provocative debut, “Young & Wild.” Rivas, an award-winning short filmmaker (her short "Blokes" screened at the festival last year), walked away from this year's edition with the World Cin...

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    The Best Films Of The 2012 Sundance Film Festival (Our Complete Coverage)

    The swag bags have been claimed, the drunken dealmaking is done, and Park City returns to being a sleepy ski resort as the Sundance Film Festival ended over the weekend. As always, it was a whirlwind, and for anyone who may have doubted the health of the film industry, the number of films getting bu...

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    Sundance 2012: Interview with Amy Ziering - Producer of Invisible War

    Amy Ziering is the producer of 'The Invisible War' directed by Kirby Dick and winner of the Sundance 2012 Documentary Audience Award.

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    Sundance: James Marsh & Andrea Riseborough Talk About The Collaborative Spirit In Making 'Shadow Dancer'

    It's impossible to see “Shadow Dancer,” James Marsh's adaptation of the thriller by Tim Bradby without being immediately drawn to Andrea Riseborough and her infamous red raincoat. As Colette McVeigh, she's engrossed within her family's own dealings with the IRA during the...

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    Sundance Interview: Argentina's Armando Bo Talks 'The Last Elvis'

    Argentine commercials director Armando Bo, who cowrote Alejandro Gonzales Inarritu's "Biutiful," had his moment in the spotlight at Sundance with his feature debut, the World Dramatic Competition entry, “The Last Elvis,” which Buena Vista is circling for Latin America and the world.

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    The 11 Fresh Faces of Sundance 2012

    For newcomers to the indie film scene, there's no better place in North America to make your big debut than the Sundance Film Festival. Among the artists that have the festival to thank for launching their careers: Quentin Tarantino, Elizabeth Olsen, Wes Anderson, Kevin Smith, Gabourey Sidibe, B...

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    Sundance 2012: Interview With Aurora Gurerrero Director of Mosquita Y Mari

    Aurora Guerrero debuted her feature film 'Mosquita Y Mari' at Sundance 2012 and I had a chance to talk to her near the end of a hectic but exciting festival. She shared the secret of her $80,000 Kickstarter campaign success, and the importance of telling stories from the queer, Chicana ...

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    James Marsh Working On An Adaptation Of 'The Silent Land' For Focus Features & Talks About Projects 'Valiero' & 'El Aura'

    James Marsh might have missed out on another Oscar nomination for his excellent film "Project Nim" last week, but he's not too upset.

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