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    Sundance Review: ‘The Babadook’ Is A Terrific Look At The Horrors Of Having Children

    In a small, tucked-away and unnamed Australian suburb, the already ill-behaved Samuel is getting worse. A seven-year-old with an unchecked imagination, unruly hair and teeth, and an untamed nature, Samuel is running wild. Consequently, his widowed, single and stressed-out mother Amelia is having a h...

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    Profiles in Criticism: Thelma Adams

    The Yahoo! Movies writer says female writers have to support each other in an industry dominated by men.

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    Podcast: The Playlist Talks The 2014 Sundance Film Festival

    The podcast is back for a rundown of this year's Sundance Film Festival. Host Erik McClanahan is joined by Editor-in-Chief Rodrigo Perez and contributor Cory Everett, our two staff writers on the ground once again for this year's fest, to talk all things Park City. Don't forget to check out all our ...

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    YouTube at Sundance

    YouTube’s importance at Sundance grows every year. This year, they held free workshops on how to maximize your use of YouTube. Here is the latest schedule of YouTube on Main Street events and press assets, please visit google site ytsundance2014 or Twitter at #YouTubeSundance.

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    Stephanie Soechtig's Sundance Doc Fed Up Sold

    The alarming and attention-grabbing documentary looks at the relationship between the food industry and obesity.

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    Sundance Women Directors: Meet Kate Barker-Froyland

    "Much of the film takes place in Brooklyn, where I live, and we shot in many neighborhood places that I go to regularly. I wanted to record all the music live and to capture the music of the neighborhood and the city, while also capturing how music is this connective thread between people. "

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    Who Killed the Woman's Picture?

    Are romantic comedies dying because they're lousy, or because male-driven popular and critical culture ignores them?

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    The Ones To Watch: 20 Breakout Actors, Directors & Talents From The 2014 Sundance Film Festival

    Because we're usually far too busy for the partying and snowboarding, the highlights of the Sundance Film Festival are, of course, the movies themselves. But almost as pleasurable as the films, is discovering new voices and talent, and seeing for the first time the performers and filmmakers whose ca...

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    For Your Consideration: Sundance and Next Year's Oscars

    Now that it's all over, let's take an Oscar-specific look at this year's Sundance Film Festival, which could very well work as a partial crystal ball into what will be happening in the awards race a year from now.

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    Confessions Of A Sundance Juror

    I got to experience this year’s Sundance Film Festival in a way few others did: as a member of the U.S. Dramatic Competition jury. It was a great experience, challenging at times but definitely worthwhile.

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