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  1. SUNDANCE REVIEW: Uncle Kent

    3:24 pm 1/21/2011

    Mumblecore auteur Joe Swanberg looks ahead to middle age (but clearly doesn't look forward to it) in Uncle Kent, a diverting character study whose mildly racy comedy should be greeted warmly by followers of the scene but isn't likely to win converts.Read more

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  2. The Guard: Sundance Review

    1:49 pm 1/21/2011

    First-time director John Michael McDonagh's splashy Sundance dramatic competition entry stars Brendon Gleeson in one of his best screen roles.Read more

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  3. SUNDANCE: Watch the Trailer of Closing Night Film 'The Son of No One'

    11:36 am 1/21/2011

    The drama stars Channing Tatum, Al Pacino and Katie Holmes, and closes the Sundance Film Festival this year.Read more

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  4. SUNDANCE: 'The Guard,' Starring Brendan Gleeson, Receives Raucous Reception

    11:25 am 1/21/2011

    "The Guard," a dark comedy written and directed by John Michael McDonagh, opened Sundance’s World Cinema Dramatic Competition to a receptive and sometimes raucous Egyptian Theatre audience Thursday night.Read more

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  5. SUNDANCE REVIEW: Lesbian Teen Drama ‘Pariah’ Offers Fresh Take on Coming-Out Genre

    11:10 am 1/21/2011

    Strong word-of-mouth should push previous fest winner Dee Rees' coming-of-age story beyond the fest circuit.Read more

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  6. SUNDANCE Q&A: Elizabeth Olsen Reflects on 'Martha Marcy May Marlene,' 'Silent House' and What She's Learned From Mary-Kate and Ashley

    10:20 am 1/21/2011

    Speaking with The Hollywood Reporter, Elizabeth Olsen reflects on her feature-film debut, her love of studying psychology and what she’s learned about fame from her famous sisters. Read more

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  7. SUNDANCE: 'Project Nim' Broaches Big Issues on Opening Night

    10:08 am 1/21/2011

    James Marsh ("Man on Wire") screened his new documentary "Project Nim" as part of the Sundance Film Festival's opening night Thursday. Along with Marsh and his producing partner Simon Chinn, many of the film's subjects were on hand to see the movie for the first time and grapple with its themes and resonance thirty years after the strange events depicted in the film. All in all, it made for an especially deep experience for filmmakers and viewers alike.Read more

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  8. SUNDANCE REVIEW: Jess + Moss

    4:53 am 1/21/2011

    A rare experimental film that doesn't blow up in the lab.Read more

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  9. The Troll Hunter: Sundance Review

    11:07 pm 1/20/2011

    - With this Bizarro-World trek through the fjords, fields and mountaintops of wintry Norway, Andre Ovredal joins a select group of European filmmakers who have clearly paid attention to Hollywood's lessons -- particularly in the class on creature-features old and new -- without negating their own specific cultural sensibility.Read more

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  10. Sing Your Song: Sundance Review

    10:58 pm 1/20/2011

    There's a lot more to Harry Belafonte than "Day-o!" in this compelling socio-political assessment of the great entertainer's career as an activist.Read more

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