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  1. Film Review: Mary & Max

    10:23 am 1/16/2009

    The opening-night selection for the 2009 Sundance Film Festival is defiantly independent and rigorously avoids even the slightest condescension to commercial considerations.Read more

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  2. SPC hits Sundance running for 'Rudo'

    9:00 pm 1/6/2009

    The Sundance Film Festival won't begin for another eight days, but already it has seen its first prominent acquisitions target enter the negotiation phase.Read more

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  3. Economy shouldn't dampen Sundance

    7:00 pm 12/16/2008

    The media and entertainment world might look like a giant pink-slip party, but don't expect gloom at the annual soiree in the snow that is the Sundance Film Festival.Read more

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  4. IFC picks up 'Capacity'

    4:00 am 2/12/2008

    IFC Entertainment has picked up all North American rights to Terry Kinney's quirky Sundance comedy "Diminished Capacity."Read more

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  5. Sundance deals all about talent

    4:00 am 2/7/2008

    Distributors steered clear of most films up for sale at the recent Sundance Film Festival, but the talent on display generated excitement, with agencies pouncing on actors, directors and writers. Many of the fest's top winners also topped the agency lists.Read more

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  6. 'Ballast,' IFC go steady

    4:00 am 2/5/2008

    "Ballast," Lance Hammer's Southern drama that won two awards at last month's Sundance Film Festival, has been picked up by IFC.Read more

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  7. 'Banks,' 'Flow' reel in overseas deals

    4:00 am 2/1/2008

    Just in time for the Berlin International Film Festival, Myriad Films has picked up foreign sales rights to Fred Durst's directorial debut, "The Education of Charlie Banks," and Celluloid Dreams has nabbed foreign sales rights to the Sundance docu competition entry "Flow: For the Love of Water."Read more

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  8. SPC adds 'Wackness' to Sundance stash

    4:00 am 1/27/2008

    In a deal said to be in the low seven figures, Sony Pictures Classics has picked up North American rights to Jonathan Levine's coming-of-age dramedy "The Wackness," SPC's third pickup of the festival.Read more

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  9. SPC adds to its Sundance haul

    4:00 am 1/27/2008

    Sony Pictures Classics snagged North American rights to a pair of Sundance entries as the fest wound down during the weekend.Read more

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  10. Liberation, Netflix score 'Kicking' rights

    4:00 am 1/27/2008

    Indie distributor Liberation Entertainment and Netflix's Red Envelope Entertainment picked up rights to the Sundance soccer docu "Kicking��������������������������� It."Read more

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