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  1. 5 Breakout Stars at this Year's Sundance Film Festival

    10:00 am 1/16/2014

    Bill Hader ("The Skeleton Twins"), director Charlie McDowell ("The One I Love"), actress Astrid Berges-Frisbey ("I Origins"), co-director Ben Cotner ("The Case Against 8"), director Desiree Akhavan ("Appropriate Behavior") all share what it's like to get their movies accepted to the festival. Read more

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  2. Sundance Trend: How Filmmakers Use Kickstarter to Finish Movies

    5:00 am 1/16/2014

    A growing number of directors and producers are turning to crowdfunding to help competition films, such as "The Square" and "Citizen Koch", cross the finish line; says one employee: "Filmmakers come to Kickstarter at all stages of the creative process."Read more

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  3. Sundance: Fox Searchlight Buying Sci-Fi Drama 'I Origins'

    6:00 pm 1/15/2014

    UPDATED: The film premiered at Eccles Theatre on Jan. 18.Read more

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  4. Sundance: A24 Buys Keira Knightley Dramedy 'Laggies' for Around $2 Million

    5:16 pm 1/15/2014

    UPDATED: The Lynn Shelton-directed pic premiered at Eccles Theatre on Jan. 17.Read more

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  5. Sundance: Fox Searchlight Acquires 'Calvary' (Exclusive)

    12:19 pm 1/15/2014

    UPDATED: The film, starring Brendan Gleeson, premiered at Eccles Theatre on Jan. 19.Read more

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  6. Sundance Hot List: The 15 Most Coveted Films

    10:00 am 1/15/2014

    From Kristen Stewart as a Gitmo prison guard in "Camp X-Ray" to Kristen Wiig as Bill Hader's estranged sibling in "The Skeleton Twins," these titles have buyers talking now.Read more

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  7. Chaz Ebert's Sundance Without Roger: 'You Know, I've Never Been a Widow Before'

    10:00 am 1/15/2014

    The legendary critic's wife talks to THR about "Life Itself," the crowdfunded documentary about his career, and why she maintains a social presence for some 1 million of Ebert's Facebook fans and Twitter followers.Read more

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  8. Robert Redford at 77: More Acting, a Possible Exit From Sundance and Poignant Regret

    2:07 pm 1/14/2014

    As the festival he created turns 30, he opens up about his Park City event ("It's no longer the place it was. I don't like what's happened"), his wish to stop being "so critical" ("I developed kind of a dark view of life") and his plan to cut back on producing and directing -- and his possessions.Read more

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