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  1. Sundance 2013: Magnolia and CNN Films Acquire Doc 'Blackfish'

    2:24 pm 12/28/2012

    UPDATED: Sources peg the deal at low seven figures and say that bidding also included Lionsgate, IFC Films, Radius and HBO Films.Read more

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  2. Sundance 2013: CBS Films Acquires 'Toy's House' (Exclusive)

    1:17 pm 12/28/2012

    The film, directed by Jordan Vogt-Roberts, premiered at Library Center Theatre on Jan. 19.Read more

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  3. Sundance 2013: A24 Acquires 'The Spectacular Now'

    1:01 pm 12/28/2012

    The film premiered at Library Center Theatre on Jan. 18.Read more

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  4. Sundance 2013: Oscilloscope Acquires 'Mother of George'

    12:52 pm 12/28/2012

    The film premiered at Library Center Theatre on Jan. 18.Read more

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  5. Sundance 2013: Sony Pictures Classics Nabs 'Kill Your Darlings'

    12:30 pm 12/28/2012

    UPDATED: The film, which premiered at Eccles Theatre on Jan. 18, was acquired for just south of $2 million.Read more

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  6. Sundance 2013: The Weinstein Co. Acquires 'Fruitvale' for $2.5 Million

    12:14 pm 12/28/2012

    The film, which premiered Jan. 19 at the MARC, sparked heated bidding.Read more

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  7. Sundance 2013: TWC's Radius Acquires Drama 'Concussion'

    11:48 am 12/28/2012

    UPDATED: The drama sells for $600,000, sources say, with a small theatrical release and a VOD rollout planned.Read more

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  8. Sundance 2013: Three Bidders Vie for 'Austenland'

    11:23 am 12/28/2012

    Jerusha Hess' directorial debut premiered at Eccles Theatre on Jan. 18.Read more

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  9. Sundance 2013: IFC Nabs 'Ain't Them Bodies Saints'

    11:14 am 12/28/2012

    The distributor pays just north of $1 million for the film, which has drawn raves since its premiere at Eccles Theatre on Jan. 20.Read more

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  10. Sundance 2013: 10 Films Chosen for Screenings Across U.S.

    2:24 pm 12/10/2012

    The movies will play in cinemas on Jan. 31 as part of a festival initiative; among the films screening in the program is "Ain't Them Bodies Saints," which will play in Los Angeles and stars Rooney Mara and Casey Affleck.Read more

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