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  1. SUNDANCE REVIEW: Corman's World: Exploits of a Hollywood Rebel

    3:41 pm 1/23/2011

    Entertaining doc makes a fannish case for Roger Corman's legacy.Read more

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  2. SUNDANCE Q&A: John Hawkes Praises Vera Farmiga for Directing with 'Grace and Skill'

    1:52 pm 1/23/2011

    Character actor talks about hitchhiking as he promotes "Higher Ground" and "Martha Marcy May Marlene."Read more

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  3. SUNDANCE REVIEW: On the Ice

    12:30 pm 1/23/2011

    Alaska-set drama about a momentous secret holds cultural interest but can't sustain much tension.Read more

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  4. SUNDANCE Q&A: Actress Vera Farmiga Showcases Her Directorial Debut

    11:04 am 1/23/2011

    Vera Farmiga, who earned a Sundance special jury prize for her performance in 2004's "Down to the Bone," returns with her directorial debut, "Higher Ground," a U.S. dramatic competition entry in which she also stars.Read more

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  5. SUNDANCE: New Wave Films Picks Up U.K. Rights to 'The Nine Muses'

    10:39 am 1/23/2011

    New Wave Films has picked up U.K. theatrical distribution rights to John Akomfrah’s "The Nine Muses." A New Frontiers selection, Muses had its North American premiere at the Yarrow Hotel Theatre Friday morning. The film has already played at the Venice, London and Dubai film festivals.Read more

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  6. Terri: Sundance Review

    9:35 am 1/23/2011

    Nobody watching the supposed social rejects of the school halls congregate and rejoice on "Glee" is likely to confuse that fantasy with reality, especially since half of them are hot cheerleaders and handsome jocks. But the misfits drawn together in "Terri" might strike a few chords.Read more

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  7. EXCLUSIVE: Sundance Breakout Elizabeth Olsen Lands Next Role

    9:34 am 1/23/2011

    Coming off of rave reviews for her Sundance debut in "Martha Marcy May Marlene," actress Elizabeth Olsen has chosen her next project: "Buried" director Rodrigo Cortes' "Red Lights." Read more

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  8. SUNDANCE: Why Paramount Paid $4 Million for 'Like Crazy'

    8:40 am 1/23/2011

    Paramount has inaugurated Sundance fest dealing with purchase of Drake Doremus' "Like Crazy." The company, which had execs Adam Goodman and Matt Brodlie in Park City to see the film, paid $4 million for worldwide rights, according to sources.Read more

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  9. SUNDANCE: Roadside Attractions and Lionsgate Grab 'Margin Call' for Just Under $2 Million

    9:26 pm 1/22/2011

    A "Margin Call" has been issued, and investors have responded. A supremely hot property since its first press and industry screening Friday morning, the financial-industry thriller has doubled its number of bidders over the ensuing 36 hours. But Roadside Attractions and Lionsgate have partnered to secure domestic distribution rights to the Premieres section film written and directed by J.C. Chandor.Read more

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  10. Our Idiot Brother: Film Review

    8:40 pm 1/22/2011

    It may be no worse than Paul Rudd's latest vehicle, "How Do You Know," but it's yet another leading role that fails to live up to the actor's talent.Read more

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