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  1. Sundance: Weinstein/Radius Buys 'The One I Love'

    8:26 am 1/23/2014

    The film's cast includes Elisabeth Moss, Mark Duplass and Ted Danson.Read more

  2. Sundance: Inside Tuesday's Parties With Lars von Trier's 'Nymphomaniac,' Rose McGowan, Ted Danson

    9:48 pm 1/22/2014

    Highlights from Tuesday's conversations at the festival included a revelation by "Dawn" director Rose McGowan that "I hated acting and I really hated fantasy."Read more

  3. Drunktown's Finest: Sundance Review

    7:55 pm 1/22/2014

    Sydney Freeland's debut is set near the Navajo reservation where she was raised.Read more

  4. Hits: Sundance Review

    6:48 pm 1/22/2014

    Comedian David Cross turns writer-director with this riff on the absurdities of fame, calling on pals like Amy Sedaris, Michael Cera and Jason Ritter to spice up his ensemble. Read more

  5. All the Beautiful Things: Sundance Review

    5:30 pm 1/22/2014

    John D. Harkrider digs into his longtime friendship with photographer Barron Claiborne.Read more

  6. The Signal: Sundance Review

    3:54 pm 1/22/2014

    Three hackers traveling cross-country stumble into what may be an extraterrestrial encounter.Read more

  7. Sundance: Nazi Zombie Sequel 'Dead Snow: Red vs. Dead' Nabs Deal (Exclusive)

    3:36 pm 1/22/2014

    Well Go USA picked up U.S. rights to Tommy Wirkola's sequel, which premiered Sunday, Jan. 19, as part of the Midnight program.Read more

  8. Rich Hill: Sundance Review

    10:21 am 1/22/2014

    Co-directors Tracy Droz Tragos and Andrew Droz Palermo follow three teenage boys living in the dirt-water area of Missouri.Read more

  9. The Raid 2: Sundance Review

    9:45 am 1/22/2014

    The body count is out of control in Gareth Evans’ bigger, bloodier followup to his 2011 Indonesian action thriller, with fight maestro Iko Uwais returning as the kickass rookie cop.Read more

  10. White Bird in a Blizzard: Sundance Review

    9:42 am 1/22/2014

    Shailene Woodley stars in screenwriter-director Gregg Araki's adaptation of Laura Kasischke's novel, about a teen whose mom has disappeared.Read more

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