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  1. Director Azazel Jacobs Credits SAGIndie With Helping to Craft His Sundance Hit 'Teri'

    2:16 pm 2/3/2011

    Indie filmmakers talk about how SAGIndie, which increased production on Sundance-bound films from 23% in 1997 to today's 97%, helped prepare a new generation of talent. Read more

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  2. IT’S A SIGN: UTA Nabs ‘The Guard’ Director John Michael McDonagh (EXCLUSIVE)

    12:26 pm 2/3/2011

    The director's debut feature premiered at the Sundance Film Festival to positive response. Read more

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  3. Kevin Smith: 'Alarmist Ninnies' Misinterpreted Sundance Outburst

    10:28 am 2/3/2011

    The director explains in the current issue of The Hollywood Reporter magazine his money-making plan for "Red State" ("Why is that crazy?"), that he wasn’t too stoned for "Cop Out" and gives his state of mind.Read more

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  4. IT'S A SIGN: WME Signs Hot Sundance Director Mike Cahill (EXCLUSIVE)

    6:27 pm 2/2/2011

    The director's "Another Earth" picked up two awards at the Sundance Film Festival.Read more

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  5. 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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  6. 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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  7. 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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  8. 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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  9. 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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  10. 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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