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    Zach Braff's 'Wish I Was Here' Sold Big at Sundance, But What Do His Backers Get?

    "Wish I Was Here" sold big at The Sundance Film Festival. How do his Kickstarter backers feel about the film's success?

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    Sundance: Watch The Incredibly Emotional Q&A From The Premiere of 'The Case Against 8'

    Pretend you were there and watch the emotional Q&A from "The Case Against 8" in Sundance.

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    Infographic: Women in Filmmaking at Sundance

    Two years ago, Sundance and Women in Film launched a joint longitudinal study that would follow the careers of Park City alums to study the gender distribution at the festival itself, as well as the post-festival careers of male and female directors. Here are some of the preliminary results.

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    Sundance Review: Aaron Katz & Martha Stephens’ ‘Land Ho!’ Is A Charming Minor Work

    Disenchanted, though you wouldn’t know it at first, the lively and unruly Mitch is aware that his favorite ex-brother-in-law—the mild mannered Colin—is in the dumps following the demise of his second marriage. Having recently retired from life as a doctor, Mitch drops by to tell Colin he has a surpr...

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    Sundance Feeds Hungry Egos -- Some Deserving, Many Not

    Call it Sundance Head. There is one sad phenomenon that Sundance Film Festival publicists can’t do anything about: the fleeting, illusory and oxygen-deprived belief among certain of their clients that they have become, and will remain, the center of the universe.

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    Capturing Truth through Fiction in South Africa

    In a country like South Africa, with such a horrific history of violence against women, having female perspectives represented on screen is not a luxury, but a necessity.

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    How I Shot That: The Most Difficult Shot in Sundance Drama 'Song One'

    Cinematographer John Guleserian recently worked on "Like Crazy," "Breathe In," and "About Time." "Song One" is Kate Barker-Froyland's melodic drama starring Anne Hathaway and Mary Steenburgen.

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    Sundance Review: ‘Song One’ Starring Anne Hathaway With Music By Jenny Lewis & Johnathan Rice

    In two different parts of the world, two estranged siblings go on with their lives. The brother is a passionate busker and would-be pro musician spending time singing his heart out in New York subways. The elder sister is in Africa, researching nomadic tribes in Morocco for her PhD. But one fateful ...

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