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  1. The One I Love: Sundance Review

    4:27 pm 1/23/2014

    Mark Duplass, Elisabeth Moss and Ted Danson star in director Charlie McDowell's debut film.Read more

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  2. Fireside Chats: Kurt Russell on Telling the Story of 'The Battered Bastards of Baseball'

    3:53 pm 1/23/2014

    The actor stops by THR's video lounge. Read more

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  3. The Overnighters: Sundance Review

    2:25 pm 1/23/2014

    Jesse Moss’ riveting documentary follows the migration of workers lured to North Dakota by the oil rush, and the uneasy welcome that awaits them there, with one man determined to be the exception.Read more

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  4. Fireside Chats: Katie Couric on Making Her First Documentary

    1:35 pm 1/23/2014

    The newscaster stops by THR's video lounge at Sundance. Read more

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  5. Kumiko the Treasure Hunter: Sundance Review

    11:07 am 1/23/2014

    Rinko Kikuchi stars as a young woman who embarks upon an unlikely journey from Japan to Minnesota in search of an imagined treasure in director David Zellner's film.Read more

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  6. Drunktown's Finest: Sundance Review

    7:55 pm 1/22/2014

    Sydney Freeland's debut is set near the Navajo reservation where she was raised.Read more

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  7. Hits: Sundance Review

    6:48 pm 1/22/2014

    Comedian David Cross turns writer-director with this riff on the absurdities of fame, calling on pals like Amy Sedaris, Michael Cera and Jason Ritter to spice up his ensemble. Read more

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  8. Sundance: IFC Picks Up Michael C. Hall Thriller 'Cold in July'

    5:15 pm 1/22/2014

    Jim Mickle's film, which also stars Don Johnson and Sam Shepard, premiered in the dramatic competition and will be released this summer.Read more

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  9. Rich Hill: Sundance Review

    10:21 am 1/22/2014

    Co-directors Tracy Droz Tragos and Andrew Droz Palermo follow three teenage boys living in the dirt-water area of Missouri.Read more

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  10. The Raid 2: Sundance Review

    9:45 am 1/22/2014

    The body count is out of control in Gareth Evans’ bigger, bloodier followup to his 2011 Indonesian action thriller, with fight maestro Iko Uwais returning as the kickass rookie cop.Read more

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