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Sundance 2012 Interviews

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    Sundance: Mary Elizabeth Winstead On Playing An Alcoholic In 'Smashed' And Working With Roman Coppola & Charlie Sheen

    Every year, Sundance provides a massive career boost to a handful of people. Sometimes it's a total newcomer -- think of Carey Mulligan, or Elizabeth Olsen in recent years -- who suddenly find themselves on every casting wishlist around.

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    Sundance Video: Interview with Kristi Jacobson and Lori Silverbush - Directors of Finding North

    I caught up with 'Finding North' directors Kristi Jacobson and Lori Silverbush at Sundance 2012. The two shared some great advice for being female in filmland, and reveal why an all-woman crew can sometimes get stuff that others can't. Their strong advocacy documentary "Finding N...

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    Sundance: Spike Lee Talks Returning To Brooklyn For 'Red Hook Summer' & Making Films Inside & Outside Hollywood

    More than 25 years after releasing his debut film, “She’s Gotta Have It,” Spike Lee remains one of the most important and influential directors in Hollywood. His portraits of black life in his early works, including “Mo’ Better Blues,” “Jungle Fever” a...

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    SUNDANCE INTERVIEW: Ice-T Talks About Making 'Something from Nothing: The Art of Rap'

    Hip-hop legend Ice-T hasn't released an album since 2006, but he's established himself as an actor, appearing in NBC's highest-rated drama, "Law & Order: Special Victims Unit" and a slew of other televison shows and films, including "GOATS," which premieres tonight at Sundance in the Premieres secti...

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    SUNDANCE FUTURES: 'Beasts of the Southern Wild' Star Quvenzhané Wallis is a Pint-Size Breakout

    Dressed in pink galoshes and a T-shirt with shiny pink sequins, she tripped up to the stage and introduced herself to the audience by saying, "My name's Quvenzhané Wallis and I like to party!"

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    LCD Soundsystem Frontman James Murphy Discusses 'Shut Up and Play the Hits'

    LCD Soundsystem is over, but James Murphy lives on. That's main takeaway of "Shut Up and Play the Hits," the energetic portrait of the group's big finish last year and a popular entry in Sundance's midnight selection this year.

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    Sundance: Katie Aselton & Kate Bosworth Talk Realism Vs. Horror In 'Black Rock'

    While the subject of women in peril is about as old as the horror/thriller genre itself, director Katie Aselton, who also stars alongside Kate Bosworth and Lake Bell, is hoping to change the equation a bit with "Black Rock." The movie, which premiered over the weekend at the Sundance Film ...

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    Sundance: 'Liberal Arts' Director Josh Radnor Talks The Influence Of Richard Linklater, Working With Elizabeth Olsen & More

    While it's fairly easy (and somewhat lazy) to toss Josh Radnor into the Zach Braff category of sitcom-actor-turned-screenwriter-and-filmmaker, the association is reductive of the talents required on both the small and big screen. As the star of "How I Met Your Mother," Radnor has displ...

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    Sundance: Stephen Frears & Rebecca Hall Talk Bringing The Gambling Tale 'Lay The Favorite' To Life

    Over the weekend in Park City, Utah, “Lay the Favorite” premiered at the Sundance Film Festival, drawing mixed reactions from audiences and critics with its colorful portrait of an ex-stripper who discovers an unexpected aptitude for legal gambling (you can read our review here). Amazing...

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    Sundance: Aubrey Plaza Talks 'Safety Not Guaranteed,' Her Pervy Role In 'The To-Do List' & Working Opposite Charlie Sheen In 'Charlie Swan'

    If you had the chance to go back in time--weapons provided--would you? Before you answer, ask yourself: is going to another point in time really better than cleaning out the toilet at your internship and not having other options? Well, you'd be in the same boat as "Parks And Recreation"...

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