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  1. Flypaper: Sundance Review

    1:00 pm 1/29/2011

    Rob Minkoff’s first independent production following a string of successful family-oriented studio pictures, heist comedy "Flypaper" represents a favorable transition, although it’s not without a few speed bumps along the way.Read more

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  2. Beats, Rhymes & Life: Film Review

    11:46 am 1/29/2011

    Actor Michael Rapaport's doc about the interpersonal turmoil between members of the seminal hip-hop act opens in New York and L.A. Friday.Read more

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  3. Submarine: Film Review

    10:37 am 1/29/2011

    A coming-of-age tale full of wit and panache, "Submarine" identifies strongly with its misfit hero but spreads its sympathies around as well.Read more

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  4. SUNDANCE REVIEW: 'Restless City' Is a Stunning Look at New York's West African Immigrant Community

    11:21 am 1/28/2011

    An intense intense twist on the American Dream by director Andrew Dosunmu.Read more

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  5. SUNDANCE: Roadside Attractions Seals Deal for 'The Future'

    10:25 am 1/28/2011

    "The Future" is looking bright for Roadside Attractions, which acquired domestic rights to writer-director Miranda July’s idiosyncratic drama Friday.Read more

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  6. Family Portrait in Black and White: Sundance Review

    10:16 am 1/28/2011

    Julia Ivanova's World Cinema Documentary Competition film features interesting personalities but its viewpoint is too fragmented to pull an audience along.Read more

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  7. SUNDANCE: Focus Features Picks Up Lesbian Teen Drama 'Pariah' for Under $1M

    8:53 am 1/28/2011

    Focus Features has paid well under $1 million to acquire worldwide rights to filmmaker Dee Rees' "Pariah," a drama about an African American teenager in New York coming to terms with her lesbianism.Read more

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  8. SLAMDANCE: 2011 Award Winners Announced

    10:07 pm 1/27/2011

    Awards were handed out Thursday night at the close of the Park City festival.Read more

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  9. SUNDANCE: 'Salvation Boulevard' Sells to IFC/Sony for $1.5M

    6:30 pm 1/27/2011

    Looking for a little divine rescue, IFC Films and Sony Pictures Worldwide Acquisitions have partnered to pick up North American rights to the religion satire "Salvation Boulevard" for about $1.5 million. The Premieres section film had its world premiere Monday afternoon at the Library Center Theatre. Pierce Brosnan, Greg Kinnear, Jennifer Connelly, Marisa Tomei and Ed Harris star in the George Ratliff-directed satire.Read more

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