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Sundance Film Festival, Nominations, Winners, Reviews

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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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    Sundance Institute Announces 2014 Short Film Award Winners

    Jury prizes and and honorable mentions were given out in short filming at the 2014 Sundance Film Festival. Of 8,161 submissions, 66 were chosen to part of this year's Short Film program, presented by YouTube.

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    Sundance Review: John Michael McDonagh’s ‘Calvary’ Starring Brendan Gleeson, Chris O'Dowd & Kelly Reilly

    Something black and acidic runs through the veins of those McDonagh brothers; there’s just something not quite right with these lads...and thank goodness for that. Playwright and younger sibling Martin McDonagh made a splash in Ireland’s theater scene with his hilarious, tart, pitch-black plays and ...

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    Sundance Women Directors: Meet Sydney Freeland

    "I was born and raised on the Navajo reservation, and growing up I never felt like I saw the people and places that I knew represented on film. On a really basic level, I just wanted to tell a story about those people that I knew and give them a chance to be represented on film."

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    Sundance Review: Gareth Evans' ‘The Raid 2’ Improves On The Action In A Follow-Up That’s Both Lesser And Longer

    When “The Raid” started on the festival circuit in 2011 in Toronto, it was a bloody blast of fresh air, with incredible action sequences throughout an energetically and expressively shot film with amazing stunt work and bone-crushing fight scenes captured with fluid camerawork, long takes and a gidd...

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    Sundance: Sony Classics Takes Worldwide Rights To 'Land Ho!'

    Sony Pictures Classics announced this morning that it has secured worldwide rights to Martha Stephens & Aaron Katz’s road trip comedy "Land Ho!," which premiered on Sunday at the Sundance Film Festival. SPC plans to release the film nationwide in 2014.

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