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  1. SUNDANCE REVIEW: Problematic Script Dooms 'A Few Days of Respite'

    5:22 pm 2/2/2011

    Amor Hakkar’s admirably humanist melodrama strains for impact almost as much as it does to gain momentum against a tide of narrative inertia. Read more

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  2. SUNDANCE REVIEW: 'Elite Squad 2' Is One of the Fest's Most Purely Entertaining Movies

    2:17 pm 2/2/2011

    "Elite Squad 2" is the most successful film in Brazilian film history, co-written by "City of God" writer Braulio Mantovani.Read more

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  3. Did Sundance Buyers Overpay?

    6:00 am 2/1/2011

    THE REPORT: This year’s festival saw plenty of sales. But were the deals good?Read more

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  4. SUNDANCE REVIEW: Anne Sewitsky’s 'Happy, Happy' Won the Narrative World Cinema Jury Award at the 2011 Sundance Film Festival

    4:07 am 2/1/2011

    If it weren’t so good-natured overall, Anne Sewitsky’s feature debut "Happy, Happy" might seem entirely implausible, even for a comedy. Read more

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  5. Granito: Sundance Review

    6:22 pm 1/31/2011

    Sundance has been awash in documentaries this year, but one of the most unique is Pamela Yates’ "Granito."Read more

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  6. SUNDANCE: OWN Picks up 'Crime After Crime,' Other Deals

    2:08 pm 1/31/2011

    Several late-fest deals for "Crime After Crime," "Hot Coffee," "Bellflower" and "Page One: A Year Inside the New York Times."Read more

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  7. SUNDANCE REVIEW: Gripping 'An African Election' Offers Insider's Thrilling Look at Ghana Elections

    11:19 am 1/31/2011

    Among the many politically charged documentaries showcased at this year’s Sundance Film Festival, one of the most gripping is "An African Election," which provides an inside look at the presidential elections in Ghana in December 2008.Read more

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  8. SUNDANCE REVIEW: Israeli Film 'Restoration' a Quality, if Somber, Picture That Could Find Art-House Success

    10:02 pm 1/30/2011

    The film, part of the World Cinema Dramatic Competition, is the kind of small-scale, well-crafted story that used to be a staple of European cinema and is rarely seen nowadays, at least in the U.S.Read more

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  9. SUNDANCE REVIEW: Engaging 'KNUCKLE' Doc Centers on Irish Brawlers

    9:40 pm 1/30/2011

    HBO recently bought remake rights to the movie chronicling the bare-knuckle fistfights in Ireland's Travelers community, with plans to turn it into a TV drama. Read more

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  10. SUNDANCE REVIEW: 'Catechism Cataclysm' a Silly Tale About a Priest's Crisis of Confidence

    8:56 pm 1/30/2011

    Todd Rohal's film, which is unlikely to connect with its target audience, is not so much blasphemous as just outrageous for the hell of it.Read more

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