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  1. Cold in July: Sundance Review

    11:23 am 1/19/2014

    Michael C. Hall gets drawn into a web of violence with Sam Shepard and Don Johnson in Jim Mickle's juicy neo-noir, based on the Joe R. Lansdale novel.Read more

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  2. The Skeleton Twins: Sundance Review

    10:55 pm 1/18/2014

    Bill Hader and Kristen Wiig are superb as estranged twins renegotiating their complicated bond in writer-director Craig Johnson’s soulful comedy-drama.Read more

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  3. To Be Takei: Sundance Review

    8:30 pm 1/18/2014

    Former "Star Trek" shipmates including William Shatner and Leonard Nimoy are among those weighing in on the emergence of George Takei as a singular pop-culture figure in Jennifer M. Kroot's documentary.Read more

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  4. Appropriate Behavior: Sundance Review

    7:34 pm 1/18/2014

    In her debut feature, premiering in Sundance's Next section, Desiree Akhavan plays an Iranian-American woman attempting to bounce back from a failed gay relationship.Read more

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  5. Sundance: Candescent Films Announces 2014 Documentary Awards

    11:38 am 1/18/2014

    Lilly Hartley's company is providing grant money in partnership with the Sundance Institute to three documentaries premiering at this year's festival, including Cynthia Hill's "Private Violence."Read more

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  6. Hellion: Sundance Review

    11:13 am 1/18/2014

    Aaron Paul and Juliette Lewis star alongside 15-year-old first-timer Josh Wiggins in this troubled family drama from director Kat Candler.Read more

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  7. Sundance: 'Jamie Marks Is Dead' Director on Jumping From Hollywood Horror to an Indie Ghost Story

    10:54 am 1/18/2014

    Six years after helming “The Ruins” for DreamWorks, Carter Smith returns with one of the festival's most intriguing dramas.Read more

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  8. Sundance: Susan Sarandon Obsessions Drive the Weird, Wild 'Ping Pong Summer'

    1:27 am 1/18/2014

    Director Michael Tully realizes a dream project over 20 years in the making.Read more

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  9. Sundance: John Slattery Premieres Gritty Directorial Debut 'God's Pocket'

    5:36 pm 1/17/2014

    The black comedy starring his "Mad Men" co-star Christina Hendricks and Philip Seymour Hoffman drew shoppers from Netflix, Fox Searchlight and Participant. Read more

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  10. Camp X-Ray: Sundance Review

    4:45 pm 1/17/2014

    Kristen Stewart stars opposite Peyman Moaadi from Iranian Oscar winner "A Separation" in Peter Sattler's Sundance entry set in the Guantanamo Bay detention camp.Read more

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