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    Soundtracks At Sundance: Alicia Keys Scores 'Mister And Pete,' Ryan Miller Of Guster Composes Lake Bell’s 'In A World' & More

    As we scramble to get our last minute Christmas shopping done (damn, it's just a week away), the movie year is winding down in a hurry and soon we'll all be hibernating however momentarily at the homes of friends and family. But once the cork is popped on the New Year, we're jumping back in the grin...

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    First Official Look At Daniel Radcliffe, Dane DeHaan & Jack Huston In Sundance Pic 'Kill Your Darlings'

    As far as a post-Potter career goes, Daniel Radcliffe is doing pretty nicely. He won acclaim on Broadway, starred in the global sleeper hit "The Woman in Black," picked up good reviews alongside Jon Hamm for TV miniseries "The Young Doctor's Notebook," and has generally proven to be a pretty smart c...

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    Weekend Recap: SNL Christmas Clips, Tarantino on 'Django,' More Top Tens, Tim Burton and Winona Ryder's Music Video

    We cover the weekend's breaking news, from SNL and Tarantino to the latest ten best lists and Andrew Sullivan on "Zero Dark Thirty."

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    New Looks At Michael Cera & Juno Temple In Sundance Entry 'Magic Magic'

    Aside from a brief appearance in Mark Webber's "The End Of Love," it has been two long years since we've last seen Michael Cera on the big screen. Of course, that was in Edgar Wright's "Scott Pilgrim Vs. The World," and while 2013 will see him once take on the ro...

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    Sundance Festival Slots Four Late Entries

    As usually happens every year, the Sundance Film Festival has added four late entries to its 2013 lineup.

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    Using Sundance to Shift the Narrative on Women Directors

    The happy glow has still not worn off the news that women directors have achieved gender parity in the US dramatic and documentary competitions. (But we must also remember that women are still not there in any of the other categories.) Women directors became the story. Here are some of the headli...

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    WTF is Latino at the 2013 Sundance Film Festival?

    Glad you asked. Now that the entire programming slate has been announced for the 2013 edition of the Sundance Film Festival, let’s take a look at the representation of Latinos in the broadest, most diverse sense, because that is what that ill-defined lump category encompasses. {Full disclosure: I...

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    Sundance '13 Shorts Line-Up Includes Films By Guillermo Arriaga, Nash Edgerton, Morgan Spurlock, Albert Maysles, Romola Garai & More

    We’re finding out more and more about what we’ll be seeing at next year's Sundance Film Festival with every passing day, and following the announcement of the Short Film Program we’ve found ourselves again spotting some fairly high-profile names. Arguably the most interesting is a short directed and...

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    Jane Campion and Naomi Foner Included in Sundance Premieres Lineup

    Sundance announced the films in their Premieres and Documentary Premieres categories. With films directed by Jane Campion and Naomi Foner amongst many women-centric films and a documentary about Anita Hill, this announcement continues the awesome news that half of the previously announced Sundance ...

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    New Pics Of Sam Rockwell In 'The Way, Way Back,' Juno Temple & Kathryn Hahn 'Afternoon Delight' & Lake Bell In 'In A World...'

    Even though they have an Oscar under their belt for Alexander Payne's "The Descendants," screenwriters Nat Faxon and Jim Rash will be at Park City next month as newbie directors, with their feature debut "The Way, Way Back" ready to unpsool. We got our first look at the ...

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