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  1. 'Art and Heart: The World of Isaiah Sheffer': Film Review

    12:22 pm 1/25/2016

    Catherine Tambini's documentary chronicles the life and career of the co-founder and artistic director of NYC's Symphony Space. Read more

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  2. Sundance: John Krasinski, Viggo Mortensen and 4 Others on Challenging Career Moments

    12:08 pm 1/25/2016

    Thomas Middleditch, Diane Ladd, Rebecca Hall and Bryce Dallas Howard also join THR's 'Live from Sundance' actor panel, moderated by executive editor Matthew Belloni.Read more

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  3. Sundance: Riley Keough Tries to Crack Her Character's Psyche in 'Girlfriend Experience'

    9:59 am 1/25/2016

    "Being physically naked wasn’t a problem for me, but wrapping my head around Christine’s viewpoint on sex was different to mine," the actress says of her character in the Starz series. Read more

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  4. Sundance Daily Warm Up: Anderson Cooper on Michael Bloomberg Entering "Surreal" Election

    9:50 am 1/25/2016

    "Look, I think a generation of voters has grown up with reality TV, and he's tapping into those emotions and that anger," said Liz Garbus of Donald Trump. "I think it appeals to a TV-watching generation."Read more

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  5. 'Exposed': Film Review

    9:19 am 1/25/2016

    Keanu Reeves plays a cop hunting for his partner's killer in this supernatural-tinged thriller. Read more

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  6. 'Yoga Hosers': Sundance Review

    1:58 am 1/25/2016

    The teen daughters of Kevin Smith and Johnny Depp battle an army of foot-tall Nazis made of sausage.Read more

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  7. 'Under the Shadow': Sundance Review

    1:27 am 1/25/2016

    Iranian-born British filmmaker Babak Anvari has made a splash at Sundance with his atmospheric debut, a domestic-possession horror movie with sharp political undertones.Read more

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  8. 'Indignation': Sundance Review

    12:53 am 1/25/2016

    Screenwriter, producer and industry executive James Schamus moves into directing with this fine adaptation of Philip Roth's novel about an independent-minded youth chafing against 1950s rigidity.Read more

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  9. 'The 4th': Sundance Review

    12:38 am 1/25/2016

    Writer-director Andre Hyland’s slacker comedy represents an impressive expansion of his online persona. Read more

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