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  1. SUNDANCE REVIEW: The Last Mountain

    9:28 am 1/22/2011

    Director Bill Haney makes no bones about trying to be fair and balanced. The visuals and facts speak eloquently for themselves. Read more

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  2. SUNDANCE: Saturday Morning, Buyers Buzzing, Offers In, Nothing Closed

    9:03 am 1/22/2011

    By the early morning hours Saturday, the snow was falling and audiences and indie players were looking forward to shaking off the early, excited jitters and settling into the first-weekend groove. On the potential sales front, several UTA-repped films have serious interest from buyers, including "The Guard," "Margin Call" and "Martha Marcy May Marlene." But few movies strike as a slamdunk in the indie world, and interested buyers are noting that all three require nuanced strategic thinking to make them work in the marketplace. Read more

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  3. Who Is the Next Breakout Star of Sundance 2011?

    9:00 am 1/22/2011

    Meet the five fresh talents looking to pop at this year’s film festival.Read more

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    8:16 pm 1/21/2011

    "Rebirth" is both a work of art and of the heart. Read more

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  5. SUNDANCE Q&A: Roger Corman Discusses Being a Rebel and Making the Most Out of a Small Budget

    7:01 pm 1/21/2011

    Roger Corman has been an industry to himself for more than five decades. Read more

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  6. Bellflower: Sundance Review

    6:18 pm 1/21/2011

    Evan Glodell's uncategorizable debut mixes messy romance and ill-advised D.I.Y. obsessions into a knotty but compelling vision of pop culture-damaged youth.Read more

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  7. SUNDANCE: Buzz Grows Around 'Margin Call,' 'The Guard'

    5:27 pm 1/21/2011

    Two early Sundance films -- "Margin Call" and "The Guard" -- already are drawing interest from buyers, as festival dealmaking got jumpstarted on Friday.Read more

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  8. SUNDANCE: Susan Sarandon Open to 'Bull Durham' Sequel

    4:17 pm 1/21/2011

    Actress tells Elvis Mitchell she's less willing to resurrect her "Thelma & Louise" character.Read more

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  9. SUNDANCE: 'The Salesman' Pitches Economic Despair, Loneliness and Loss

    4:07 pm 1/21/2011

    First-time director Sebastien Pilote takes car salesmen to a new level in dramatic competition film.Read more

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  10. SUNDANCE: Elizabeth Olsen Endures in 'Martha Marcy May Marlene'

    3:47 pm 1/21/2011

    Elizabeth Olsen pulls off a pretty amazing transformation in Sean Durkin's "Martha Marcy May Marlene," a competition film that had its premiere at the Eccles Theatre Friday afternoon. The newcomer unleashes a warm, guileless smile and bright eyes in early flashback scenes that are eventually so wholly driven from her face that it’s as if life itself was beaten out of her.Read more

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