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Sundance 2014

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  1. Sundance London Books Archive as Opening Night Music Act

    4:18 am 2/24/2014

    The South London-based musical collective's debut film "Axiom" will also premiere at the U.K. film and music festival.Read more

  2. Berlin: Ira Sachs' 'Love Is Strange' Closes Multiple Territory Deals

    2:48 am 2/24/2014

    John Lithgow and Alfred Molina star in the drama about a gay couple of 28 years who are forced to live apart after one of them loses his job.Read more

  3. Berlin: '52 Tuesdays,' Takes Berlinale's Crystal Bear for Best Youth Film

    1:25 pm 2/14/2014

    Sophie Hyde’s debut about gender transition won best director at Sundance.Read more

  4. Sundance: IFC Films Nabs Kristen Stewart Gitmo Drama 'Camp X-Ray'

    9:16 am 2/6/2014

    Peter Sattler's directorial debut also stars Peyman Moaadi and Lane Garrison.Read more

  5. Sundance: Roger Ebert Doc 'Life Itself' Lands at Magnolia (Exclusive)

    1:12 pm 2/4/2014

    The distributor beat out a number of suitors including IFC, Oscilloscope and The Weinstein Company.Read more

  6. Sundance: Susan Sarandon's 'Ping Pong Summer' Finds Buyer

    12:53 pm 2/3/2014

    Gravitas Ventures has acquired the ’80s-set comedy, which premiered in the NEXT section of the fest. Read more

  7. Philip Seymour Hoffman Gets Candid, Serious and Silly With THR in One of His Final Interviews (Video)

    10:04 am 2/3/2014

    The actor, who was found dead Sunday at age 46, visited The Hollywood Reporter's Sundance lounge last month to talk about his latest projects.Read more

  8. Philip Seymour Hoffman's Death: Actor Talks to THR in One of His Final Interviews

    9:38 am 2/3/2014

    The late actor stopped by THR's Sundance lounge to discuss his latest projects and shares what drew him to director Anton Corbijn's "A Most Wanted Man," about a Chechen Muslim who illegally immigrates to Germany. Read more

  9. Happiness: Sundance Review

    12:53 pm 2/1/2014

    Director Thomas Balmes captures a vanishing way of life in remote Bhutan in this Sundance cinematography award-winning documentary. Read more

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