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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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  • 'Mammal': Sundance Review

    8:38 PM 1/28/2016
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    Irish writer-director Rebecca Daly’s film, starring Rachel Griffiths, is a gritty feature focusing on loss and redemption. READ MORE

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  • 'Agnus Dei' ('Les innocentes'): Sundance Review

    2:27 PM 1/28/2016
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    French director Anne Fontaine ('Two Mothers') returns to Sundance with a pregnant-nuns film inspired by a true story. READ MORE

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  • 'Nuts!': Sundance Review

    2:20 PM 1/28/2016
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    This doc, which premiered at Sundance, is about a country doctor who claimed to have come up with a surprising cure for male impotence. READ MORE

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  • '31': Sundance Review

    2:14 PM 1/28/2016
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    Malcolm McDowell bets on the fate of hostages in his labyrinth of death. READ MORE

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  • 'Oscar Nominated Animated Short Films 2016': Film Review

    1:38 PM 1/28/2016
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    This year's collection features a wide variety of themes and animation styles. READ MORE

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  • 'The Lesson': Slamdance Review

    12:32 PM 1/28/2016
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    A put-upon schoolteacher literally tortures a pair of students into studying in Ruth Platt's horror film. READ MORE

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  • 'Carnage Park': Sundance Review

    11:52 AM 1/28/2016
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    Being kidnapped during a bank robbery is the least of her problems. READ MORE

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  • ‘Hopefully’ (‘Encore heureux’): Film Review

    5:19 AM 1/28/2016
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    Sandrine Kiberlain stars in this second feature from writer Benoit Graffin ('Priceless'). READ MORE

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  • 'Pride and Prejudice and Zombies': Film Review

    9:49 PM 1/27/2016
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    Jane Austen's beloved comedy of manners gets defaced with reanimated corpses in a lifeless adaptation of Seth Grahame-Smith's high-concept best-seller. READ MORE

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  • 'Ali & Nino': Sundance Review

    6:56 PM 1/27/2016
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    In stark contrast to director Asif Kapadia’s most recent documentary 'Amy,' this feature feels like something from MGM's 1930s release schedule or an offspring of 'Doctor Zhivago' fifty years ago. READ MORE

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  • 'Life, Animated': Sundance Review

    4:25 PM 1/27/2016
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    An autistic boy uses Disney movies to make sense of things in this radiant documentary, which premiered at Sundance. READ MORE

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  • 'First Girl I Loved': Sundance Review

    3:39 PM 1/27/2016
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    Writer-director Kerem Sanga's third film tells the story of a teenage girl's tumultuous coming out. READ MORE

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  • 'Gleason': Sundance Review

    3:01 PM 1/27/2016
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    An athlete diagnosed with ALS races to create a video testament for his unborn son before he can no longer speak. READ MORE

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