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    'Ain't Them Bodies Saints' Duo Rooney Mara and Casey Affleck on Sundance, Cannes and Those Terrence Malick Comparisons

    A few months after world premiering at Sundance to great acclaim, David Lowery's "Badlands"-style love story "Ain't Them Bodies Saints" had its European unveiling at Cannes, following in the footsteps of last year's "Beasts of the Southern Wild," which went on a similar journey before going on to be...

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    WATCH: An exclusive clip from Rodney Evans's 'The Happy Sad'

    After his 2004 Sundance award-winner "Brother to Brother," director Rodney Evans is back with his sophomore attempt "The Happy Sad," a film that examines modern relationships in all their complexity and contradiction.

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    What’s Next about Next: Sundance

    Making a part of the Sundance Film Festival a part of the festival tapestry in L.A. is a natural “next” step, in line with festivals’ growth patterns worldwide.

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    Zachary Heinzerling on the Challenges of Documenting an 'Incredibly Complicated Relationship' in 'Cutie and the Boxer'

    Zachary Heinzerling came to this year's Sundance Film Festival as a newbie filmmaker with his debut "Cutie and the Boxer." He left Park City as a doc filmmaker to reckon with after landing distribution with RADiUS-TWC and the festival's Documentary Directing Award. The intimate and artful doc profil...

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    Specialty Box Office: 'Chennai Express' Breaks Bollywood Record; 'Blue Jasmine' Continues Toward Breaking Woody Allen's

    Indian import "Chennai Express" hit America with some serious strength this weekend, breaking the record for the biggest opening weekend ever for a Bollywood film Stateside.

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    Interview: Lake Bell Wants to Vanquish 'Sexy Baby Talk' Via Her Directorial Debut 'In a World...'

    Lake Bell, the tall and lanky comedienne best known for her work on Adult Swim's "Children's Hospital" and HBO's now-defunct "How To Make It In America," proved herself to be a quadruple threat at Sundance when "In a World...," her feature writing-directing debut (which she also co-produced and star...

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    Watch: Gorgeous New Trailer for 'Mother of George,' Sundance Drama About Nigerian Family in Brooklyn

    The new film from Andrew Dosunmu ("Restless City"), "Mother George," premiered at Sundance this year and went on to get picked up by Oscilloscope Laboratories. The film, which tells the story of a Nigerian family that must deal with the realization they may not be able to have children.

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    David Gordon Green On Bridging the Two Chapters of His Career With 'Prince Avalanche' and Location Scouting With Nicolas Cage

    You'd be hard pressed to single out a contemporary filmmaker who took a detour more surprising than the one David Gordon Green did. After drawing comparisons to the work of Terrence Malick for poetically capturing southern life via the small-scaled indies "George Washington," "All the Real Girls" an...

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    Watch: Sundance Stoner Dramedy 'Newlyweeds' Shows Highs and Lows of Love in New Trailer

    Phase 4 Films has just released the first trailer for Sundance entry, "Newlyweeds," director Shaka King's feature debut. Part romantic comedy, part stoner comedy, and all heart, the film premiered in Park City before hitting the BAMcinemaFest in Brooklyn this June. Amari Cheatom ("Django Unchained")...

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    'Lovelace' Star Amanda Seyfried on Nudity and Why She Still Considers 'Mean Girls' Her Best Work

    Fresh from cooing her way into our hearts in the holiday hit "Les Misérables," Amanda Seyfried arrived in Park City this January with "Lovelace," a project that couldn't be more different from Tom Hooper's earnest, Oscar-nominated musical.

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