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  • 'Salafistes': Film Review

    10:45 AM 2/1/2016
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    Controversial documentary that inspired 'Timbuktu' received an NC-18 rating in France. READ MORE

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  • 'Beyond Sleep' ('Nooit meer slapen'): Rotterdam Review

    10:43 AM 2/1/2016
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    Boudewijn Koole's adaptation of the classic Dutch novel kicked off the 45th edition of the independent-minded festival. READ MORE

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  • ‘The Land of the Enlightened’: Sundance Review

    10:41 AM 2/1/2016
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    Pieter-Jan De Pue’s documentary won a World Cinema special jury award for best cinematography at the festival. READ MORE

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  • ‘MAD’: Slamdance Review

    10:38 AM 2/1/2016
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    Robert G. Putka’s microbudget comedy about a fractious family troubled by mental instability premiered in the narrative features competition. READ MORE

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  • 'Much Ado About Nothing' ('Aqui no ha pasado nada'): Sundance Review

    10:28 AM 2/1/2016
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    The latest feature from Chilean director Alejandro Fernandez Almendras (Sundance Grand Jury Prize winner 'To Kill A Man') is headlined by 'Nasty Baby' star Agustin Silva. READ MORE

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  • 'A Flag Without a Country': Sundance Review

    10:26 AM 2/1/2016
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    Kurdish-Iranian director Bahman Ghobadi directed this docu-fiction hybrid about two Kurds in Northern Iraq who teach children in a Syrian refugee camp. READ MORE

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  • 'Film Hawk': Sundance Review

    12:13 AM 2/1/2016
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    An intimate look at the life of a man who shepherded the careers of and selflessly championed filmmakers such as Kevin Smith and Edward Burns. READ MORE

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  • 'Sophie and the Rising Sun': Sundance Review

    6:16 AM 1/30/2016
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    A Japanese stranger causes unrest in a small Southern town. READ MORE

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  • 'The Land': Sundance Review

    7:24 PM 1/29/2016
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    Writer-director Steven Caple Jr. puts a quartet of Cleveland teens in over their heads when they use a stolen drug stash to finance their skateboarding aspirations. READ MORE

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  • 'Becoming Mike Nichols': Sundance Review

    6:17 PM 1/29/2016
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    A short, funny and illuminating interview-based documentary that will leave theater and film mavens satisfied and hungry for more. READ MORE

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  • 'Los Punks: We Are All We Have': Slamdance Review

    4:47 PM 1/29/2016
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    Angela Boatwright tours the slapped-together but durable world of L.A.'s backyard punk scene. READ MORE

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  • '2016 Oscar Nominated Documentary Shorts': Film Review

    4:18 PM 1/29/2016
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    This year's collection of Oscar-nommed short docs include three films produced by HBO. READ MORE

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  • 'Mr. Pig': Sundance Review

    1:35 PM 1/29/2016
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    Maya Rudolph helps Danny Glover find a home for his gargantuan hog. READ MORE

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  • 'Hunky Dory': Slamdance Review

    12:53 PM 1/29/2016
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    A drag-queen dad learns to bond with his son in the glam rock-themed serio-comedy. READ MORE

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  • 'The Eagle Huntress': Sundance Review

    12:51 PM 1/29/2016
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    Documentary director Otto Bell follows a 13-year-old girl from Mongolia who is set to become the first woman to participate in an exclusively male tradition. READ MORE

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  • '2016 Oscar Nominated Live-Action Shorts': Film Review

    12:12 PM 1/29/2016
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    This international hodgepodge encompasses a wide range of styles, ranging from dramas set in war-torn countries to a romantic comedy. READ MORE

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  • 'Holy Hell': Sundance Review

    11:14 AM 1/29/2016
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    A longtime cult member and many fellow defectors tell their story. READ MORE

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  • 'Fifty Shades of Black': Film Review

    5:53 AM 1/29/2016
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    Marlon Wayans takes a break from his 'Haunted House' series to co-write and star in this spoof of the movie adaptation of E.L. James' erotic novel. READ MORE

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  • 'Uncle Howard': Sundance Review

    9:27 PM 1/28/2016
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    The life and work of Howard Brookner, a rising force in independent filmmaking cut down by AIDS in 1989 at age 34, gets poignant contextualization in this portrait by his nephew. READ MORE

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  • 'Dead Hands Dig Deep': Slamdance Review

    8:40 PM 1/28/2016
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    This documentary portrait of troubled punker Edwin Borsheim is a tough watch, but tougher to shake. READ MORE

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