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    Rejected By Sundance #9: Multimedia Short Film 'The Chaperone 3D'

    Rejected By Sundance #9: Multimedia Short Film 'The Chaperone 3D'

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    Sundance Exclusive: Teaser for Tim Sutton's Award-Winning NEXT Entry 'Memphis'

    Director Tim Sutton just released a new trailer for his film "Memphis," premiering at Sundance in the NEXT section on January 17th. These select cuts give just a taste of the folktale's entrancing cinematography and cool bluesy beats.

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    Meet the 2014 Sundance Filmmakers #20: Aaron Katz and Martha Stephens Team Up for Iceland-Based Comedy 'Land Ho!'

    The heart of Iceland is the unusual setting of this road trip comedy in which two old men make their way through the cold weather, and through the cold realities of life. Writers/directors Aaron Katz and Martha Stephens tackle the Northern European country as their protagonists do, bringing to ...

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    Meet the 2014 Sundance Filmmakers #17: John Harkrider's Heated Tale of Friendship and Betrayal 'All the Beautiful Things' Rings Close to Home

    Coming off his 2005 feature "Mitchellville," director John Harkrider now brings to the screen an autobiographical documentary about the real-life case of a girl's rape in which his testimony was the deciding factor in the future of the rapist, who happened to be Harkrider's best friend, and ultima...

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    Meet the 2014 Sundance Filmmakers #16: Desiree Akhavan Profiles an Iranian-American Bisexual in 'Appropriate Behavior'

    With her first feature film, writer/director Desiree Akhavan delves into new territories with her dark comedy "Appropriate Behavior," in which her female protagonist embarks on an audacious mission to understand her relationships with both her family and her ex-girlfriend, as well as her own sexual...

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    Exclusive: A Deal Is Made For A Dangerous Journey In Clip From Sundance Drama 'Liar's Dice'

    The road movie is a genre that knows no national boundaries, and in the World Cinema section at forthcoming Sundance Film Festival, we'll get to see Indian actress turned filmmaker Geetu Mohandas take it on with directorial debut "Liar's Dice."

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    Exclusive: Meet The Man Who Inspired 'Lord Of War' In Clip From Sundance Doc 'The Notorious Mr. Bout'

    The merchant of death. One of the most dangerous men on the face of the Earth. The man who inspired the Nicolas Cage flick "Lord of War." There has been nothing understated about the life of Viktor Bout, and now his tale will be told in the forthcoming "The Notorious Mr. Bout," premiering at the Sun...

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    First Look: Richard Linklater's 12 Years In The Making 'Boyhood', Now Added To The Sundance Film Festival Lineup

    "It's the ultimate collaboration," Richard Linklater told Vulture about his upcoming "Boyhood," and he's not kidding. The project has been some twelve years in the making, and the ambition alone has caused excitement (it's one of our 100 Most Anticipated Films of 2014), with Linklater spending a few...

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    Sundance Adds Richard Linklater's 'Boyhood,' Starring Ethan Hawke, to 2014 Lineup

    The imminent Sundance 2014 Film Festival, kicking off January 16, has added a new film to its program. Richard Linklater's "Boyhood," which the director shot over the course of 12 years with his "Before Midnight" star Ethan Hawke, will host special preview screenings at this year's fest.

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    Rejected By Sundance #8: Arab Immigrant's Life Is Turned Upside Down In Anouar Smaine's 'Sharia'

    Rejected By Sundance #8: Arab Immigrant's Life Is Turned Upside Down In Anouar Smaine's 'Sharia'

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