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Sundance Film Festival, Nominations, Winners, Reviews

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    Oscar Nominated 'Dirty Wars' Glimpses Into Shadow World of U.S. Counterterrorism Via Tenacious Reporter

    Oscar nominated "Dirty Wars," the riveting documentary by journalist Jeremy Scahill and director Rick Rowley that probes the shadowy world of U.S. paramilitary operations, almost didn't get made. Or rather, it almost didn't become the film that premiered at Sundance in Januar 2013y to critical plau...

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    Sundance Review: ‘Whiplash’ Starring Miles Teller Leads With The Different Beat Of A Very Different Drum

    Opening the 2014 Sundance Film Festival, writer-director Damien Chazelle’s “Whiplash” may not seem to tread any new ground at first, with Andrew (Miles Teller) trying to thrive and survive in the hyper-competitive, hyper-stressed world of a Musical Conservatory in New York City. Andrew is talented a...

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    Sundance Women Directors: Meet Valerie Veatch

    "I was in Rome when the BBC ran a story about a young couple in Korea who were on trial and suffering from 'Internet Addiction.' At the time it struck me as a very poignant moment where the virtual world was impacting the real world. This project is an opportunity to have a dialogue around the socia...

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  • The Playlist
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    Exclusive: Learn The Safe Word In Clip From Sundance Comedy 'Frank' Starring Michael Fassbender

    It's been quite a day already for movie lovers. Not only were the Oscar nominations announced this morning, but the Sundance Film Festival officially kicked off today, where the journey will begin for many of next year's Oscar contenders. And among the plethora of our 30 Most Anticipated Films in Pa...

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    Watch: Abe Lincoln Works The Fields In New Clip From Terrence Malick Produced Sundance Film 'The Better Angels'

    Park City is slowly filling with celebs, journalists, photographers and more for the Sundance Film Festival, where over the next week or so, some of the year's buzziest films will make their debut. And one that is already gaining attention is "The Better Angels," because of two words associated with...

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    Meet the 2014 Sundance Filmmakers #38: Gillian Robespierre Delivers Raw Honesty and Humor in 'Obvious Child'

    Gillian Robespierre is a Brooklyn-based, born and raised New Yorker. After attending college in Boston for a year she returned to New York City and graduated from the School of Visual Arts’ Film & Video Program."Obvious Child" showed as a short in 2009 in a series of festivals. She told Indiewire "I...

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    5 Daily Tech Stories That Filmmakers (and Film Fans) Must Read: Oscar Nominated Docs Online, Sundance Chatter and More

    Sundance chatter on Twitter, big news from Vimeo, where to stream Oscar nominated documentaries and more tech news for filmmakers and film fans.

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    Watch: Chris O'Dowd Can't Carry The Weight Of The World In First Clip From Sundance Film 'Calvary' With Brendan Gleeson

    As the various Playlist team members assemble like Voltron in Park City, we're looking at our list of the 30 Most Anticipated Films Of The 2014 Sundance Film Festival, eager to start making a dent into it. And one movie that we'll surely be getting to is "Calvary."

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    Meet the 2014 Sundance Filmmakers #37: A.J. Edwards Retells the Story of Lincoln's Childhood in 'The Better Angels'

    Born in California and raised in Texas, A.J. Edwards comes from a background of editing and directing second-unit on Terrence Malick films. His projects include "The New World," "Tree of Life," "To the Wonder," and the upcoming "Knight of Cups." Edwards' first feature film will premiere at Sundance ...

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    Catch Up on Last Year's Festival With Our Sundance Streaming Guide

    Even if your plans for the next two weeks don't involve a trip to Utah, 77 titles from last year's slate are available for you to watch in the privacy of your own home.

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