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    Watch: Sundance Documentary 'The Summit' Looks at 'Deadliest Day in Modern Mountain Climbing History'

    Check out this clip for Nick Ryan's documentary "The Summit," premiering at Sundance on January 18. The film chronicles "the deadliest day in modern mountain climbing history," a still-unresolved 2008 expedition in which 18 of 24 climbers reached the summit of K2. In 48 hours time...

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    Watch: Matthew McConaughey Is 'Mud' in New Trailer for Jeff Nichols's Latest (Video)

    At 33, "Mud" writer-director Jeff Nichols was the youngest filmmaker in competition for the Palme d'Or at last year's Cannes Film Festival. The "Take Shelter" filmmaker didn't win the coveted award for his new thriller, but he did find a home for it with Roadside Attr...

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    Trailer Watch: Matthew McConaughey in Jeff Nichols' 'Take Shelter' Follow-up 'Mud'

    Check out the new trailer for "Mud," Jeff Nichols' Sundance-bound follow-up to 2011's sensational "Take Shelter." The film debuted at Cannes to mostly positive reviews, suggesting it is more commercial than "Take Shelter," if not quite as audacious.

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    Michael Shannon Kills in New 'The Iceman' Trailer

    Check out the new trailer for Michael Shannon's "The Iceman," from director Ariel Vromen. In a narrative inspired by true events, Shannon plays a notorious contract killer, Richard Kuklinski, whose life appears to be the American dream, despite the fact he has killed over 100 men for the mob.

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    Sundance 2013: Watch a Man Deteriorate in Exclusive Trailer for Oddball New Frontier Entry 'Halley' (Video)

    World premiering in two days at the Sundance Film Festival in Park City is the New Frontier entry "Halley," the directorial debut of renowned visual artist and experimental filmmaker Sebastian Hofmann. Indiewire has the exclusive trailer, below.

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    Trailers from Hell: Joe Dante on Orson Welles' Noir 'Lady from Shanghai' -- "the weirdest great film ever made"

    Orson Welles Week! continues at Trailers from Hell with director and TFH creator Joe Dante introducing Welles' "The Lady from Shanghai," drastically recut prior to its 1947 release by Columbia president Harry Cohn. As Dante calls it, "a shell of what might have been a classic."

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    Trailer Watch: 2013 Sundance Selection 'Muscle Shoals' Looks at Legendary Alabama Music Town

    Check out this new trailer for Greg Camalier's documentary "Muscle Shoals," set to premiere at the 2013 Sundance Film Festival. The film looks at the legendary Alabama town which, during the 1960s and '70s, boasted a handful of music studios that would forever alter the sound of soul and rock n' rol...

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    Trailer Watch: Shane Carruth's Gorgeous, Enigmatic Sundance and Berlinale Entry 'Upstream Color'

    A dazzling, enigmatic new trailer for Shane Carruth's Sundance entry "Upstream Color," which has also been selected for New Directors/New Films, has landed.

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    Trailers from Hell: Joe Dante on Orson Welles' Thriller Noir 'The Stranger'

    Orson Welles Week! begins at Trailers from Hell with director and TFH creator Joe Dante introducing thriller noir "The Stranger," starring Welles as a Nazi posing as a New England professor, and Edward G. Robinson as the shrewd War Crimes Commission investigator tailing him.

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    Trailer of the Week: Danny Boyle's 'Trance' Suggests a Pulpy Throwback to the Boyle of Yore

    Before We Saw the Trailer, We Thought: Following Danny Boyle's celebrated opening of the London Olympics and prestige work on "127 Hours" and "Slumdog Millionaire," the Oscar-winner's newest film "Trance" seemed, on paper, like a refreshing throwback to the paranoid thrillers that put him on the map...

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