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  1. Smashed: Sundance Film Review

    3:31 am 1/24/2012

    Sharp writing and credibility make James Ponsoldt’s second feature fresh and involving enough to warrant further festival exposure and limited theatrical release.Read more

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  2. Sundance 2012: MPAA's Chris Dodd Calls Piracy Defeat a 'Watershed Event'

    12:45 am 1/24/2012

    Speaking at the festival's daily Cinema Cafe series, Dodd said the tech community's ability to mobilize the public was a game-changing phenomenon that he hadn't seen in more than three decades in public office. Read more

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  3. Sundance 2012: 'Shut Up and Play the Hits' Sends off LCD Soundsystem in Style

    11:28 pm 1/23/2012

    The concert film bowed Sunday night at the Egyptian Theatre and next screens on Wednesday night at Prospector Square Theatre.Read more

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  4. Can: Sundance Film Review

    11:22 pm 1/23/2012

    The depressing Turkish drama follows a couple's unsuccessful attempts at child-rearing against eye-pleasing cinematography. Read more

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  5. The Sessions: Film Review

    7:27 pm 1/23/2012

    UPDATED: John Hawkes stars in a surprisingly accessible drama about an adult trying to lose his virginity while confined to an iron lung. Read more

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  6. The End of Love: Sundance Film Review

    6:15 pm 1/23/2012

    Mark Webber, who appears as an actor in two other Sundance premieres, "Save the Date" and "For a Good Time, Call...," weighs in with his second feature as director, playing a grieving father struggling to raise his two-year-old son alone.Read more

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  7. Sundance 2012: Fox Searchlight Buying 'The Surrogate' for About $6 Million

    6:02 pm 1/23/2012

    Ben Lewin’s narrative competition drama sparked offers shortly following its well-received world premiere Monday afternoon at the Eccles Theatre.Read more

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  8. Love Free or Die: Sundance Film Review

    5:30 pm 1/23/2012

    Macky Alston's illuminating documentary examines the life and influence of Gene Robinson, Bishop of the Episcopal Church in New Hampshire, who became an unwitting poster boy for openly gay clergy, helping to advance the rights of the LGBT faithful.Read more

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  9. 'Liberal Arts' Premiere Party Sundance 2012

    4:07 pm 1/23/2012

    Elizabeth Olsen, Richard Jenkins, Allison Janney and actor-director Josh Radnor walk the red carpet for the after-party for their "Liberal Arts" Sundance premiere.Read more

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  10. For a Good Time, Call...: Sundance Film Review

    4:00 pm 1/23/2012

    Roommates form a reluctant bond (and their own phone-sex biz) to largely pleasing and raunchy results.Read more

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