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    Sundance Adds Zach Braff's Kickstarter Funded Movie to Lineup; 'Clerks' to Receive 20th Anniversary Screening

    The Sundance Institute today added two new films to its 2014 Sundance Film Festival lineup: Zach Braff's partly Kickstarter funded sophomore feature "Wish I Was Here" and a 20th anniversary screening of Kevin Smith's classic comedy "Clerks." "Clerks" joins the previously announced From the Collectio...

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    Sundance 2014 Reveals Zach Braff's Kickstarted Film 'Wish I Was Here' Now Added to Premieres Section

    Sundance has added one late-breaking title to its Premieres section of the upcoming 2014 fest: Zach Braff's "Wish I Was Here," which he funded partially via Kickstarter. Meanwhile, Kevin Smith's cult classic "Clerks" has been added as a From the Collection midnight screening. The 2014 Festival runs ...

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    Dolby Family Sound Fellowship Provides First-Ever Grant to Mike Cahill's 'I Origins' Which Will Debut at Sundance

    The Dolby Institute has partnered with the Ray and Dagmar Dolby Family Fund to create the Dolby Family Sound Fellowship, a direct grant to a filmmaker to use in postproduction for a feature film project -- either narrative or documentary -- that uses sound as a storytelling tool. The first-ever winn...

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    Sundance Picks 12 Projects for 2014 January Screenwriters Lab

    It's a big deal to get chosen for the Sundance Institute Screenwriters Lab, which has long been run by Michelle Satter, who founded the Feature Film Program back in 1981. As usual, the immersive, five-day writers’ workshop takes place at the Sundance Resort in Utah in January (January 10-15, 2014), ...

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    Sundance Reveals the 12 Projects Selected for 2014 Feature Screenwriters Lab

    Sundance Institute has selected 12 projects for its next prestigious Screenwriters Lab, which takes place Jan. 10-15 at the Sundance Resort in Utah. The annual workshops give selected films a leg up in the independent film community in terms of financing and representation and make them likely candi...

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    Sundance Links to Cannes Website Cinando.com

    The Cannes Market created Cinando which is more than just a database. Seeded by the original database created by yours truly, called FilmFinders, the Cannes Market Director, Jerome Paillard, has extended Cinando’s purpose of giving clear definition to international sales agents’ product and territo...

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    So, Sundance Didn't Select Your Film. Introduce Yourself And Your Work (2014 Edition)

    So, Sundance Didn't Select Your Film. We Want To See Your Work. Introduce Yourself (2014 Edition)

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    Watch: Shailene Woodley's Mother Disappears in First Preview for Gregg Araki's 'White Bird in a Blizzard'

    Ahead of its unveiling in Park City next month, the first peek at Gregg Araki's "White Bird In a Blizzard" has arrived online which, while cryptic, nevertheless shows off the American director's slick and subversive style.

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    SydneysBuzz Critic Carlos Aguilar is Honored for Sundance by the Roger Ebert Fellowship

    We are very pleased that our own Carlos Aguilar has been selected as IndieWire announces finalists for the 2014 IndieWire | Sundance Institute Fellowship For Film Criticism.

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    Steve James Promises Surprises in Roger Ebert Documentary 'Life Itself,' Set to Premiere (and Livestream) at Sundance 2014 (EXCLUSIVE)

    The critic Roger Ebert was a fixture at Sundance, such a fixture that the towing of Ebert’s car on once-sleepy Main Street in Park City years back was bellweather evidence that Sundance was outgrowing its ski town origins. Now, nine months after Ebert’s death from cancer in April, "Life Itself," the...

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