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Sundance Film Festival, Nominations, Winners, Reviews

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    David Sedaris On The First Film Adaptation of His Work: "It was painful to be reminded of how pretentious and horrible I was."

    Kyle Patrick Alvarez's "C.O.G." is opening in theaters this wekeend, officially giving it the distinction of being the first cinematic adaptation of a work by beloved essayist and humorist David Sedaris.

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    Rosie Wong's industry office helps Sundance continue to serve a broad and ever growing community

    Rosie graduated film school and worked briefly with a small film production company for 3 years where she learned the basics of creative and commerce on the studio side and TV side of the business. Big studio fare was not exactly the kind of films she favored, and she wanted to be involve...

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    Trailer of the Week: A Lesbian Housewife Leads a Sexy Double Life in 'Concussion'

    Before We Saw the Trailer, We Thought: Critically praised at Sundance earlier this year where it world premiered, Stacie Passon's hot blooded debut "Concussion" attracted a fair bit of attention for its lesbian sex scenes and provocative subject matter. The film failed to net an award at the fest, ...

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    Sundance Fave 'Concussion' Is a Sexy, Sometimes Troubling Look at Sexuality and Self-Worth (TRAILER)

    The title of Stacie Passon's new film "Concussion" is a bit of a misdirect. The eponymous baseball accident in the first five minutes of the film could well be the cause of everything that follows, but it could also be little more than an instigating incident--a fluke of life that separates what wa...

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    Exclusive: Poster & First Clip From Basketball Phenom Doc 'Linsanity'

    Documentaries at film festivals have a reputation being depressing, dour affairs that tackle big social or environmental issues that more or less want you to crawl inside a dark cave and die. But not so! Sometimes they can be positively uplifting affairs, like "Linsanity," which played at the Sundan...

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    Sundance Rerun: Interview with Lynn Shelton - Director of Touchy Feely

    I had never met Lynn Shelton before last month but I already felt like I knew her. She has a way of telling us stories about other people that are really about all of us. Her new film Touchy Feely is about a brother and sister, one who touches for a living and one who makes a point of not getting to...

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    Mickey Mouse Is Dead? The Awesome New Bloody Poster From Disneyland Flick 'Escape From Tomorrow'

    Well, it seems that since Randy Moore's "Escape from Tomorrow," a surrealist smash at Sundance Film Festival that was filmed, either surreptitiously or illegally depending on your frame of mind, at both the Disneyland and Walt Disney World theme parks, will actually be getting a theatrical and VOD r...

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    Doc Fixer Monroe Explains Writing 'Summit,' 'Sound City,' 'Who is Dayani Cristal?'

    Mark Monroe came to this year's Sundance Film Festival as the writer of three distinctly different documentaries--"Sound City," "Who is Dayani Cristal?" and "The Summit" (new trailer below). The writer of Oscar-winning "The Cove" and this year's Oscar-shortlisted "Chasing Ice" is proving to be a val...

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    Exclusive: 'A Teacher' Flirts With Her Hot Male Student in Scene From Racy Indie

    Lindsay Burdge plays an attractive suburban Texas high school teacher engaged in a heated affair with a male student (Will Brittain).

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    Sundance Winner Jill Soloway On Getting Messy With 'Afternoon Delight' and Why TV Doesn't Differ That Much From Film

    Jill Soloway, a well known producer for hit HBO shows like "Six Feet Under" and "United States of Tara," made a splash at Sundance this year where her feature directorial debut, the racy and provocative dramedy "Afternoon Delight," won her the Dramatic Directing Award over some tough competition.

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