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  1. Diane Ladd Stresses the Importance of the Independent American Film Industry

    9:12 am 1/24/2016

    "Why do I have to go from Hollywood to Canada where they've built six major stadiums worth billions of dollars each on money brought from America? There is something wrong with this picture."Read more

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  2. Sundance Daily Warm Up: John Krasinski Praises Oscar Diversity Controversy as "A Nice Call to Arms"

    8:43 am 1/24/2016

    Would he ever work with wife Emily Blunt on a film? "Emily and I would love to work together. I think I'd be terrified to be her director. ... The key is to find that right thing."Read more

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  3. Sundance Deals Buzz: Chilly Market Looking for Heat in Second Half

    7:18 am 1/24/2016

    As Amazon scoops up another documentary and Netflix inks pre-festival pacts, well-received films including 'Manchester by the Sea' and 'Goat' are nearing major theatrical acquisitions. Read more

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  4. ‘Resilience: The Biology of Stress & The Science of Hope’: Sundance Review

    7:09 am 1/24/2016

    Forming a companion piece to his recent documentary 'Paper Tigers,' director James Redford's latest explores the identification and treatment of those suffering from adverse childhood experiences.Read more

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  5. ‘Captain Fantastic’: Sundance Review

    6:42 am 1/24/2016

    Viggo Mortensen stars as the head of an eccentric family of home-schooled prodigies living off the grid in actor turned writer-director Matt Ross' follow-up to '28 Hotel Rooms.'Read more

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  6. 'Love & Friendship': Sundance Review

    1:45 am 1/24/2016

    Kate Beckinsale and Chloe Sevigny reunite with their 'Last Days of Disco' director Whit Stillman for an adaptation of a Jane Austen novella.Read more

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  7. 'Trash Fire': Sundance Review

    12:15 am 1/24/2016

    Richard Bates, Jr.’s third feature, co-starring Adrian Grenier, Angela Trimbur and Fionnula Flanagan, debuted in the festival’s Midnight section. Read more

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  8. 'Christine': Sundance Review

    12:08 am 1/24/2016

    Rebecca Hall stars as the Florida newscaster who was the first known person to commit suicide live on-air, with Michael C. Hall as the anchorman object of her unrequited love.Read more

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  9. Rebecca Hall Discusses Her Process of Choosing the Right Roles

    9:55 pm 1/23/2016

    "When I'm thinking about what to pick, I think it is a combination of something that speaks to something kind of instinctual and mysterious."Read more

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  10. 'All These Sleepless Nights': Sundance Review

    9:40 pm 1/23/2016

    Polish director-cinematographer Michal Marczak explores the many-splendored excesses of youth in his Warsaw odyssey.Read more

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