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    Trailer Watch: Touchy Feely - Directed by Lynn Shelton

    Lynn Shelton's latest, Touchy Feely, premiered at Sundance earlier this year. We got a chance to speak with Shelton at the festival about the film, which focuses on Abby (Rosemarie DeWitt), a massage therapist who suddenly develops an aversion to touch. While Abby is grappling with this, her brother...

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    Open Road to Release 'jOBS,' Starring Ashton Kutcher, on August 16 UPDATED

    Open Road will release "jOBS," starring Ashton Kutcher as the Apple visionary Steve Jobs, nationwide on August 16.

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    Sundance Institute's Artist Services to Release Four Independent Films Digitally

    Sundance Institute has announced the four independent films that will make their digital debut on June 18 through a variety of platforms and storefronts, via the Institute’s Artist Services program. In addition, three previously announced titles will expand to additional portals. For details visit s...

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    Sundance Institute and Skywalker Sound Announce New Collaboration to Support Independent Filmmakers and Film Composers

    Sundance is always on the move. Skywalker and George Lucas himself are refocusing on the indies and choosing sound design as their point of entry.

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    Sundance and Indiewire Announce Roger Ebert Scholarship For Film Criticism

    At tonight's Celebrate Sundance Institute benefit in Los Angeles, where late film critic Roger Ebert was honored with a Vanguard Leadership Award in Memoriam, the Sundance Film Festival announced the creation of the Roger Ebert Scholarship For Film Criticism. The program, which will begin at the 201...

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    Joel Edgerton On Going From Small Scale 'Wish You Were Here' to 'Gatsby' and Why He's Happy With the Outcome of 'Jane Got a Gun' Despite On Set Drama

    Joel Edgerton, arguably one of the best things about Baz Luhrmann's critically maligned but financially successful "Great Gatsby" redo, stars in another summer film starting this Friday, albeit one of much smaller scale. Starring fellow Aussie star Teresa Palmer ("Warm Bodies"), Edgerton's second fi...

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    Brit Marling and Ellen Page Deconstruct 'The East' and Explain Why Robert Redford is an 'Anarchist Thinker'

    Two years after "Another Earth" and "Sound of My Voice" catapulted her to indie-icon status at Sundance, Brit Marling was back in Park City this January with her latest writing-acting effort, "The East." Directed and co-written by her "Sound of My Voice" collaborator Zal Batmanglij, the Fox Searchli...

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    'Kings of Summer' Lovebirds Megan Mullally and Nick Offerman Discuss Their Sundance Charmer and How They Met

    Comedic power couple, Megan Mullally and Nick Offerman, were back in Park City for a second year in a row following their work together on last year's "Smashed," for the deadpan coming of age comedy "Kings of Summer." Fans of Mullally's deranged guest appearance on Offerman's beloved NBC's sitcom "P...

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    Sundance: Jill Soloway's Afternoon Delight Gets Pick Up from Film Arcade and Cinedigm

    After winning the U.S. Dramatic Directing award for her film Afternoon Delight, Jill Soloway's Sundance film has finally got picked up by Film Arcade and Cinedigm.

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    WATCH: 'Fruitvale Station' Trailer Highlights Michael B. Jordan's Performance

    "Fruitvale Station," the Sundance favorite well-known for making everyone cry, has a trailer. The clips showcase Michael B. Jordan's performance at the center of the film (spoilers in that link). In this based-on-a-true-story movie, Jordan plays Oscar Grant, a 22-year-old who finds himself entangled...

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