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    Sundance Curiosities: Will ‘Fed Up' Be the Last Straw for America's Food Industry?

    Virtually every year, the Sundance Film Festival premieres at least one documentary that serves as a hugely compelling call to action. Rallying for the distinction this year is director Stephanie Soechtig’s “Fed Up.”

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    Sundance Curiosities: Forget the Environment. The Internet is the Hot-Button Issue for Documentaries This Year at Sundance

    Our annual Sundance Curiosities column takes a look at various movies and filmmakers from the upcoming Park City festival worthy of anticipation. This year, the column is being written by members of the Indiewire | Sundance Institute Fellowship for Film Criticism, who will also review films during t...

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    Sundance Curiosities: 6 Hands-On Narrative Filmmakers Back on the Spotlight At Sundance 2014

    Our annual Sundance Curiosities column takes a look at various movies and filmmakers from the upcoming Park City festival worthy of anticipation.

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    Sundance Curiosities: In the Wake of Sandy Hook and Gay Marriage Rights, 'Valentine Road' Could Be the Festival's Most Topical Entry

    Just over a month after the massacre at Sandy Hook Elementary School, the story of another elementary school shooting will premiere in the U.S. Documentary Competition at Sundance. "Valentine Road," directed by Marta Cunningham, focuses on the fallout of 14-year-old Brandon McInerney's...

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    Sundance Curiosities: What's With All the Retitling and Retreads?

    Thanks goodness Fox Searchlight didn’t decide to go with “The Bayou.”

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    Sundance Curiosities: Why Richard Linklater's 'Before Midnight' Will Be a Hit at the Festival -- And Beyond

    Richard Linklater was heralded as a major new American filmmaker with his first feature "Slacker" in 1991, and he's never really slowed down. While delivering the occasional mixed bag ("SubUrbia," "Tape"), he destroyed any expectations of a sophomore slump with the ...

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    Sundance Curiosities: What is Jane Campion's 'Top of the Lake,' and Does TV Have a Place in Park City?

    There has been a gradual creep of television into film festivals as the worlds have blended and more frustrated filmmakers have found themselves working on TV projects in addition to ones for the big screen.

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    Sundance Curiosities: 5 More Observations on the 2013 Lineup, From Found Footage Horror to Transmedia

    Sundance Curiosities is a new feature that will run each week between now and the beginning of the Sundance Film Festival and analyze five aspects of the upcoming program.

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    Sundance Curiosities: 5 Observations on the 2013 Lineup, From the Mysteries of NEXT <=> to the New Provocateurs

    Every year, the Sundance Film Festival involves a potent mixture of cinematic curiosities. In a new weekly feature, Indiewire digs into five aspects of the upcoming 2013 program, from the mysteries of NEXT <=> to new provocations and head-scratching juxtapositions.

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