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  1. Danny Glover Says Father-Daughter Connection was “Immediate” with Maya Rudolph

    6:56 pm 1/25/2016

    “I’m so scared, I don’t want to show it because it’s so special to everything is so special, the journey, that I don’t want to ruin anything I just want to keep this memory as it is.Read more

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  2. Liz Garbus on “The Boxes” Documentaries Are Put In

    6:51 pm 1/25/2016

    “It has to do with gender, it has to do with race, and it has to do with what kind of stories people think that they are.”Read more

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  3. 'How to Tell You're a Douchebag': Sundance Review

    6:50 pm 1/25/2016

    If you're asking the question, you probably are.Read more

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  4. ‘The Free World’ Tells a Story of Wrongful Incarceration

    6:36 pm 1/25/2016

    “This is someone who has had their identity stripped away.”Read more

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  5. Francesca Eastwood Works with Mother Frances Fisher in ‘Outlaws and Angels’

    6:09 pm 1/25/2016

    ‘Outlaws and Angels’ is shot on 35mm as an “homage to the old Westerns.”Read more

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  6. Clea DuVall’s ‘The Intervention’ is “About People Who Intervene on Something That They Have No Business”

    4:48 pm 1/25/2016

    “It came from me thinking that I always knew what was best for everybody else, and the more I was concentrating on other people’s lives and what they should be doing the less I was looking at my own.”Read more

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  7. Nate Parker: “I Felt Like This Was Something I Could Contribute to the Conversation”

    4:17 pm 1/25/2016

    “When you can look at a twelve-year-old boy shot in less than two seconds and not see his humanity or his worth, this movie is desperately needed.”Read more

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  8. THR’s Chief Film Critic Todd McCarthy Gives a Recap of Sundance 2016

    4:09 pm 1/25/2016

    “You keep getting older, but the filmmakers stay the same age.”Read more

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  9. 'Sing Street': Sundance Review

    3:46 pm 1/25/2016

    Writer-director John Carney follows 'Once' and 'Begin Again' with another celebration of the uplifting power of music, this time drawn from his youth in 1980s Dublin.Read more

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  10. ‘Little Men’ "Conflicts That Happen One Small Space Mirror the Conflicts that Happen in the World"

    3:44 pm 1/25/2016

    “I think it’s about these two men, but it’s very much about their relationship to the adults and how the adult world intrudes on the sort of innocence of childhood.”Read more

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