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    Watch: Trailer for 'Dear White People' Explains Why 'Gremlins' is About White People Afraid of Black Culture

    "Dear White People," which was voted as Indiewire's first-ever Project of the Year in 2013, made its debut at Sundance this past January, garnering the Special Jury Award for Breakthrough Talent.

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    The Orchard Acquires Rights to 'No No: A Dockumentary'

    Independent music, film and video distributor 'The Orchard' have acquired the worldwide rights to acclaimed sports feature "No No: A Dockumentary."

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    'Ping Pong Summer' Packs Feel-Good Retro Vibes

    “Ping Pong Summer” is a satisfyingly predictable feel-good bonanza realized with such careful and loving passion for the past that is hard not to fall for its charm.

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    Laughing At Your Own Pain is Brilliantly Hilarious in ‘Obvious Child'

    Charmingly obscene and hilarious, "Obvious Child" is the most intelligent, female empowering, comedy of the year.

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    Miles Teller Reteams with Damien Chazelle for 'La La Land'

    Miles Teller and director Damien Chazelle made quite the splash at Sundance this year with their well-received drama "Whiplash," and according to The Wrap, the duo are in talks to reprise their collaboration on Chazelle's upcoming musical "La La Land."

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    Review: 'Obvious Child' Succeeds Admirably as an Abortion Rom-Com

    Gillian Robespierre’s winning “Obvious Child,” which bowed at Sundance, sticks to the rom-com arc while throwing in a gutsy curveball: The film’s main woman and man fall in love while getting an abortion. It opens this Friday via A24 Films.

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    How Did Michael C. Hall Go From Evil 'Dexter' to Ill-Fated Everyman in Mickle's 'Cold in July'?

    Michael C. Hall, star of Jim Mickle's "Cold in July," talks shedding "Dexter," turning from the "marriage" of TV to the "love affair" of cinema, and his latest performance as a morally confounded everyman who's at war with himself.

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    Sundance's NEXT FEST Is Coming to Los Angeles This Summer

    The Sundance Institute’s NEXT FEST summer film festival hits Los Angeles the weekend of August 7-10, set to be headquartered at the Ace Hotel Theatre, and offering feature and short film screenings, some paired with live music performances.

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    Watch: These Two Clips from 'Frank' Need More Michael Fassbender with a Giant Plastic Head

    These two clips from Lenny Abrahamson's "Frank" are in need of some more of Fassbender's giant, plastic head.

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