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  1. Sundance 2012: Participant Media, AFFRM Partner for 'Middle of Nowhere'

    4:08 pm 1/27/2012

    The movie is written and directed by AFFRM founder Ava DuVernay.Read more

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  2. How to Survive a Plague: Sundance Film Review

    3:30 pm 1/27/2012

    Words like “important” and “inspiring” tend too often to be meaninglessly attached to non-fiction filmmaking, but in the case of David France's compelling snapshot of a revolutionary period in AIDS treatment, they are amply justified.Read more

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  3. Sleepwalk With Me: Sundance Film Review

    3:13 pm 1/27/2012

    Mike Birbiglia directs, writes and stars in the crowd-pleasing comedy about a long-term couple.Read more

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  4. The First Time: Sundance Film Review

    12:39 pm 1/27/2012

    Britt Robertson, Dylan O'Brien and Victoria Justice star in director Jonathan Kasdan's second feature, about two teenagers losing their virginity.Read more

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  5. Sundance 2012: FilmDistrict Grabs 'Safety Not Guaranteed'

    12:27 pm 1/27/2012

    The film, starring Aubrey Plaza and Jake Johnson, bowed Jan. 22 at the Library Center Theatre.Read more

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  6. V/H/S: Sundance Film Review

    8:37 am 1/27/2012

    The horror anthology film, helmed by six directors, follows a group of petty criminals who invade a private home to retrieve a videotape for a mysterious client. Read more

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  7. Slavery By Another Name: Sundance Film Review

    11:02 pm 1/26/2012

    The documentary from director-producer Sam Pollard argues that Emancipation didn't go into full effect until World War II.Read more

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  8. The D Word: Sundance Film Review

    9:06 pm 1/26/2012

    From Robert Redford's son James, the film is an illuminating exploration into dyslexia.Read more

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  9. The Imposter: Sundance Film Review

    6:30 pm 1/26/2012

    Documentary seems an inadequate term to describe Bart Layton's densely plotted true-crime thriller, which mixes interviews with dramatizations to tell the gripping story of a 23-year-old French-Algerian who assumed the identity of a Texan teenager.Read more

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  10. The House I Live In: Sundance Film Review

    5:37 pm 1/26/2012

    Directed and written by Eugene Jarecki, the documentary argues that America's War on Drugs needs a drastic rethinking.Read more

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