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  1. Chasing Ice: Sundance Film Review

    2:04 pm 1/25/2012

    Doc about photographing glaciers makes a compelling environmental case without sacrificing beautyRead more

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  2. 2 Days in New York: Film Review

    12:44 pm 1/25/2012

    A tantalizing Franco-American stew for audiences with a taste for bawdy humor and nutty characters.Read more

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  3. Sundance 2012: Magnolia Pictures Acquiring Horror Flick 'V/H/S' for North of $1 Million (Exclusive)

    12:00 pm 1/25/2012

    UPDATED: The found-footage-within-found-footage creeper is the first horror title to be acquired at the festival this year.Read more

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  4. Sundance 2012: IFC Films Acquires Josh Radnor's 'Liberal Arts'

    11:35 am 1/25/2012

    The indie distributor paid seven figures for the story of a listless 35-year-old who falls for a sophomore at his old college.Read more

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  5. Sundance 2012: IFC Films Acquires North American Rights to 'Simon Killer'

    11:09 am 1/25/2012

    Brady Corbet and Mati Diop star in Antonio Campos' dark drama.Read more

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  6. John Dies at the End: Sundance Film Review

    10:50 am 1/25/2012

    The comic horror movie, written and directed by Don Coscarelli, imagines what happens when two twentysomethings take a gooey, mind-altering substance that frees them from the space-time continuum and allows them to read others' minds. Read more

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  7. Sundance 2012: Sundance Institute Announces Short Filmmaking Jury Prizes

    9:11 am 1/25/2012

    The awards were presented at a ceremony in Park City on Tuesday night.Read more

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  8. Goats: Sundance Film Review

    8:18 am 1/25/2012

    Christopher Neil’s coming-of-age story meanders rather aimlessly much like its titular ruminants, fumbling to achieve genuine audience engagement.Read more

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  9. LUV: Sundance Film Review

    12:45 am 1/25/2012

    Talented young newcomer Michael Rainey Jr. and Common play an impressionable kid and his badass uncle in this Baltimore-set coming-of-age story, which also features Dennis Haysbert as a commanding villain. Read more

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