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  1. Inside the Orchard's Audacious Play to Become the Next Indie Film Heavyweight

    8:45 am 3/5/2015

    With five high-profile buys at Sundance, the quiet giant of online music sales (they control 20 percent of iTunes content!) is making a serious play at movie distribution. Read more

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  2. 'Last 5 Years' Premiere Lights Up With Jeremy Jordan's Improv Amidst Power Outage

    8:36 am 2/10/2015

    Said director Richard LaGravenese, "If you want to have hard sex, you see ['Fifty Shades of Grey'], and if you want a little more honesty and romance, you come see us." Read more

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  3. 'Counting': Berlin Review

    11:15 am 2/9/2015

    New York-based filmmaker Jem Cohen follows his widely admired 'Museum Hours' with a return to his roots in urban portraiture.Read more

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  4. 'Tig': Sundance Review

    10:54 am 2/5/2015

    A stirring documentary on comedian/survivor Tig Notaro.Read more

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  5. BitTorrent to Now Offer Legal Movie Downloads

    7:01 am 2/3/2015

    The FilmBuff offerings mark the first time the peer-to-peer service will be used to sell full-length films.Read more

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  6. Sundance: Bleecker Street Takes Blythe Danner's 'I'll See You in My Dreams'

    5:26 pm 1/31/2015

    The film, directed by Brett Haley, also stars Martin Starr and Sam Elliott.Read more

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  7. ‘Prophet’s Prey’: Sundance Review

    3:21 pm 1/28/2015

    Director Amy Berg collaborates with researchers Sam Brower and Jon Krakauer to offer a comprehensive overview of the case against cult leader Warren JeffsRead more

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  8. 'Songs My Brothers Taught Me': Sundance Review

    2:51 pm 1/28/2015

    New York-based filmmaker Chloe Zhao takes a spell on a Badlands reservation, with an intimate focus on the lives of a fatherless teenage brother and sister.Read more

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  9. Sundance Shortcuts: 'The Hunting Ground' Takes on the Nation's Top Institutions

    11:49 am 1/28/2015

    In the follow-up to their film The Invisible War, which examined sexual assault in the U.S. military, director Kirby Dick and producer Amy Ziering expose the sexual assault epidemic at the nation's top universities in their latest, The Hunting Ground, premiering at Sundance 2015.Read more

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  10. 'Angelica' Trailer

    8:54 am 1/28/2015

    Mitchell Lichtenstein's thriller about a couple who witness unusual supernatural effects in their home after they have a child. Read more

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