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  1. 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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  2. 'Parade' takes top Slamdance prize

    4:00 am 1/26/2008

    Tom Quinn's "The New Year Parade," which looks at the effects divorce has on a family, was named the Grand Jury Narrative Feature winner at the 14th annual Slamdance Film Festival, which ended Friday.Read more

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  3. Video exclusive: Josh Groban on Sundance and his next album

    2:00 pm 1/25/2008

    Video: Singer Josh Groban, the best selling artist of 2007, was one of many musical performers at Sundance this year.Read more

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  4. Sony Classics nabs 'Baghead'

    9:00 am 1/25/2008

    Sony Pictures Classics has picked up all North American rights to "Baghead," the sophomore feature from brothers Mark and Jay Duplass.Read more

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  5. Anchor Bay grabs 'Monster Slayer'

    4:00 am 1/25/2008

    Straight out of Slamdance, Anchor Bay Entertainment has picked up U.S. distribution rights to Jon Knautz's horror comedy "Jack Brooks: Monster Slayer."Read more

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  6. Stunned 'dance: What happened?

    4:00 am 1/25/2008

    The 2008 Sundance Film Festival was a study in playing against type -- and hype. Many highly touted films were left without buyers, who seemed especially immune to the lure of name stars.Read more

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  7. Sony Classics buys 'Frozen River'

    4:00 am 1/24/2008

    "Frozen River," Courtney Hunt's drama about immigrants and single mothers, has been sold to Sony Pictures Classics for a figure said to be just under $1 million.Read more

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  8. Typical 'Teen': high on drama

    4:00 am 1/24/2008

    When it screened Saturday at Sundance, Nanette Burstein's "American Teen" was one of the bright spots in a weekend of disappointing films.Read more

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  9. Trio of deals wakes up Sundance

    4:00 am 1/23/2008

    After a sleepy first four days of Sundance, the festival sprang to life Tuesday. Three movies sold for a total of nearly $20 million in the space of just 24 hours, giving renewed hope to those anticipating a frenzied market.Read more

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  10. Moore sets sights on multiplexes

    4:00 am 1/23/2008

    Michael Moore is mad as hell about documentaries and foreign films being crowded out of theaters, and he's not going to take it anymore.Read more

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