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  1. SUNDANCE EXCLUSIVE: National Geographic Films Nabs 'Life in a Day'

    12:00 pm 1/24/2011

    National Geographic Films has picked up U.S. distribution rights to the global feature experiment "Life in a Day." The non-profit will release the film theatrically day-and-date along with YouTube, which helped orchestrate the massive project, July 24 – exactly a year after the film’s footage was shot around the world. The film will have its world premiere Thursday night at the Eccles Theatre in Park City as part of the Sundance Film Festival’s Premieres section.Read more

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  2. TRAILER: The Troll Hunter

    11:56 am 1/24/2011

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  3. SUNDANCE REVIEW: 'Becoming Chaz’ Is a Powerful Study in Personal Courage

    10:35 am 1/24/2011

    The documentary, which chronicles Chaz Bono's gender re-assignment, shows how Cher struggled with her child's decision but eventually embraced his transformation.Read more

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  4. SUNDANCE: The Cinema Hold Up

    10:29 am 1/24/2011

    A neo-realist caper film for today, "The Cinema Hold Up" tracks the lives of four disaffected adolescents in a gritty Mexico City neighborhood.Read more

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  5. SUNDANCE Q&A: Ed Helms talks 'Cedar Rapids,' 'Hangover 2' and His Post-Carell 'Office' Plan

    8:58 am 1/24/2011

    On Jan. 23 the former "Daily Show" correspondent premiered to a warm reception the raucous comedy "Cedar Rapids," his first starring role, for director Miguel Arteta.Read more

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  6. SUNDANCE REVIEW: Todd McCarthy Looks At Kevin Smith's 'Red State'

    2:20 am 1/24/2011

    A potent cinematic hand grenade tossed to bigots everywhere.Read more

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  7. Crime After Crime: Sundance Review

    10:00 pm 1/23/2011

    The shocking statistic at the core of Yoav Potash’s gripping documentary is that 80% of women in American prisons are survivors of some form of domestic violence, rape or abuse. Focusing on the case of Deborah Peagler, the film targets the justice system’s blinkered vision in that area, reflected through a staggering ordeal that spans more than 20 years.Read more

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  8. The Devil's Double: Sundance Review

    8:37 pm 1/23/2011

    An urgent desire to take a long shower is an appropriate response to watching The Devil’s Double, so unsavory is the experience of being immersed in the world of Saddam Hussein’s Caligula-like son Uday and his double, Latif Yahia.Read more

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  9. Higher Ground: Sundance Review

    8:35 pm 1/23/2011

    Vera Farmiga debuts as a director in this graceful story of a woman's quest to find her own identity and a spiritual sanctuary that will give her life hope and meaning. Read more

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  10. SUNDANCE: Fox Searchlight Buys Emma Roberts' 'Homework' for North of $3 Million

    8:14 pm 1/23/2011

    Fox Searchlight is the latest to break out the wallet, picking up the competition film "Homework" Sunday night for more than $3 million not long after its world premiere earlier in the day.Read more

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