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    'Blind' Takes Us Inside the Mind's Eye of a Sightless Woman

    Eskil Vogt's drama, which wowed critics at Sundance and in Berlin, creates a dreamed-up world so steeped in realism that its greatest trick is making us suspect trickery.

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    How One of Sundance's Best Documentaries Got Lost in the Crowd

    The Arab Spring documentary 'We Are the Giant' was one of the best films at Sundance. Too bad almost no one saw it.

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    'Obvious Child': Abortion Is Hard, But the Material's Hilarious

    In the Sundance hit, Jenny Slate's stand-up comedian finds terminating an unplanned pregnancy leads to some great jokes.

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    Is the 'Woman's Picture' Dead? Not So Fast.

    Female-directed and -oriented cinema is just fine, but its form(s) change faster than some can keep up.

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    UPDATED! Recapping The Sundance Sales: A Complete List of Festival Pick Ups

    The 2014 Sundance Film Festival has officially come and gone, and with it comes a considerable talking point: Why was it such a slow sales year? Or, perhaps it should be worded this way: Was it a slow sales year?

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    Profiles in Criticism: Scott Foundas

    The Variety scribe on the jump from would-be filmmaker to film critic.

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    Sundance Deal Tally: Who's Bought What? (Score Card UPDATED)

    UPDATED: We continue to add to our ongoing deal tally out of Sundance (which wrapped January 26). While the buys haven't been high-end, they've been steady. So, who's bought what? A breakdown of companies and numbers of buys, below.

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    Profiles in Criticism: Wesley Morris

    The Pulitzer Prize-winning critic on why writing about film means writing about the world.

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    'God Help the Girl' Hits the High Notes While 'Song One' Falls Flat

    Stuart Murdoch makes a charming musical about mental instability; Anne Hathaway keeps her singing voice to herself.

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    Profiles in Criticism: Sean P. Means

    The veteran Salt Lake Tribute critic on the changing face of Sundance and why 'Rocky Horror' is the movie he's seen the most.

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