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  1. Sarah Silverman's 'I Smile Back' To be Released by Broad Green Pictures

    7:03 pm 3/10/2015

    The comedian takes on a straight role in Adam Salky's drama.Read more

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  2. IFC Midnight Picks Up Horror Film 'Hellions'

    10:19 am 3/9/2015

    The Halloween-set movie, directed by Bruce McDonald, premiere at Sundance's Park City at Midnight sidebar.Read more

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  3. Goldwyn Films Takes Viola Davis-Jennifer Lopez Revenge Tale

    5:27 pm 2/26/2015

    The film, directed by Charles Stone III, centers on two female vigilantes.Read more

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  4. Sundance: The Film Arcade Nabs U.S. Rights to Jim Strouse’s 'People, Places, Things'

    7:52 am 2/24/2015

    The film, which will be released in the summer, stars Jemaine Clement and Regina Hall.Read more

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  5. From Batkid to Mountain Gorillas, Hollywood Is Turning Hot Docs Into Features

    5:00 am 2/19/2015

    Julia Roberts buys film remake rights in the latest deal as "blueprints to a story" replace books and articles and Sandra Bullock and Leo DiCaprio star in real-life tales.Read more

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  6. Berlin: Fashion Drama 'The Model' Sells for France, Korea

    4:43 am 2/12/2015

    Model-turned-actress Maria Palm stars in Mads Matthiesen's new feature alongside 'Transporter' star Ed Skrein.Read more

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  7. 'The Strongest Man': Sundance Review

    1:31 pm 2/5/2015

    Director Kenny Riches' second film stars Robert 'Meatball' Lorie in the title role alongside 'Gone Girl' supporting players Patrick Fugit and Lisa BanesRead more

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  8. ‘Pioneers’ Palace’: Sundance Review

    1:56 am 2/5/2015

    The second film from Bobby Paunescu, best known for his work as a producer with Cristi Puiu ('The Death of Mr. Lazarescu'), tracks young people, prostitutes and gangsters in early 90s BucharestRead more

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  9. Sundance Wrap: Business Is Brisk, But Where Was Harvey Weinstein?

    5:00 am 2/4/2015

    It was one of the most seller-friendly festivals in recent memory, with a total of 35 sales, but for a second consecutive Sundance, the movie mogul left empty-handed.Read more

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  10. 'The Chinese Mayor' ('Datong'): Sundance Review

    1:37 am 2/4/2015

    Chinese documentary filmmaker Zhou Hao follows the mayor of a Chinese city who decides to relocate half a million people to make room for an immense cultural projectRead more

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