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    Take a Peek at the Exclusive, William Tell-Inspired Poster for Sundance Entry & David Sedaris' Adaptation 'C.O.G.'

    Premiering at this year's Sundance Film Festival, "C.O.G." tells the story of a recent Yale graduate who deviates from his parents' plan for him and ventures to an Oregon apple farm to pick fruit. "The Cider House Rules," this is not. "C.O.G." is based on one of David Sedaris' short stories included...

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    The 10 Indies to Watch on VOD This August: 'The Canyons,' 'Lovelace,' 'Ain't Them Bodies Saints' and More

    With summer soon coming to an end, what better to do during this last hot month than stay inside a cool air conditioned space and catch up on some must see indies available on VOD? To help you figure out what to watch, we've compiled a list of the 10 best indies to watch on VOD this month. Click on...

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    'The Canyons' Director Paul Schrader Calls Out SXSW Film Festival, Defends Lindsay Lohan at Film Society World Premiere

    Paul Schrader and Bret Easton Ellis' Hollywood satire "The Canyons" has been marred with bad buzz ever since Stephen Rodrick's damning (and fantastically entertaining) New York Times Magazine feature ran in January, exposing a production fraught with trouble from the get-go. Not helping matters was ...

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    'The Spectacular Now' Breakout Miles Teller Talks to Indiewire: 'If I was more attractive I'd be in TV.'

    Miles Teller knows he doesn't look like Channing Tatum, and he doesn't "give a shit." The supremely gifted 26-year-old actor, who caught viewers' attention in a big way with his supporting role in 2010's "Rabbit Hole," is the sort of non-blonde, not-quite-square-jawed rising star whom countless outl...

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    Trailer of the Week: 'A Teacher' Goes Too Far With One of Her Students In Steamy Trailer for Sundance Hit

    Before We Saw the Trailer, We Thought: One of the most buzzed about titles to play in this year's NEXT section at the Sundance Film Festival was Hannah Fidell's racy debut "A Teacher," starring Lindsay Burdge in a breakout performance The Hollywood Reporter praised as "commandingly internalized." In...

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    Sundance Institute's Artist Services Program to Debut 15 Independent Films On Digital Platforms

    The Sundance Institute today announced the fifteen independent films that will make their digital debut this fall via the Institute's Artist Services program, which provides access to self-distribution for artists supported by the Institute. Titles will come out between August 13 and September 17.

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    Watch: Powerful Trailer For Sundance's Acclaimed Third-Trimester Abortion Doc 'After Tiller'

    After premiering at the Sundance Film Festival back in January and being picked up for distribution shortly after, a full-on and official trailer for the documentary "After Tiller" has just hit the web.

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    Box Office: How Did 'Fruitvale Station''s Opening Hold Up Against Past Sundance Jury Prize Winners?

    Ryan Coogler's Sundance Grand Jury Prize winner "Fruitvale Station" had a very strong first weekend of theatrical release, taking in $377,285 from just 7 theaters for a $53,898 per-theater-average. How does that compare to other recent winners of Sundance's top prize? Quite impressively, if you look...

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    SeaWorld Unleashes 8 Assertions About 'Blackfish' and Filmmakers Respond

    It's rare that corporations targeted in documentaries hire a film publicist to make sure that critics and journalists are informed of the company's response to a film. McDonald's didn't work to do damage control with film writers when "Super Size Me" opened, though there were rumors it would. It's...

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    Michael B. Jordan in Taut, Flawed 'Fruitvale Station'

    Fruitvale Station is tense, galvanizing and a little disappointing -- an odd combination that is easily explained. The drama, which won both the arty Grand Jury Prize and the populist Audience Award at the Sundance Film Festival, is brilliantly acted by Michael B. Jordan in the fact-based story ...

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