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  1. Ivory Tower: Sundance Review

    1:07 pm 1/30/2014

    Andrew Rossi's sobering film zeroes in on multiple causes of drastically rising college tuition.Read more

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  2. Finding Fela: Sundance Review

    6:49 pm 1/29/2014

    Oscar-winner Alex Gibney (“Taxi to the Dark Side”) grapples with an enigmatic persona in his politically charged doc about Nigerian musician Fela Kuti.Read more

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  3. Sundance: Todd McCarthy's Picks for the Best of the Fest

    8:00 am 1/29/2014

    In a year where no one film stood out, THR's chief film critic reveals which movies had the biggest impact on him.Read more

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  4. Sundance Deal Wrap-Up: Anne Hathaway, Kristen Stewart Films Remain Unsold

    5:00 am 1/29/2014

    The fest opened with two quick sales, but several high-profile films have yet to find a buyer.Read more

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  5. Sundance: Grand Jury Prize-Winning 'Rich Hill' Points a Lens at Three Resilient Heartland Teens

    4:51 am 1/29/2014

    Set in a depressed Midwestern town, the cinematic doc captivated audiences and jurists alike.Read more

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  6. This May Be the Last Time: Sundance Review

    7:19 pm 1/28/2014

    Native American filmmaker Sterlin Harjo turns to his tribal background for source material for his first feature-length documentary. Read more

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  7. Listen Up Philip: Sundance Review

    6:27 pm 1/28/2014

    Jason Schwartzman and Elisabeth Moss star in writer-director Alex Ross Perry's feature about the self-destructive impulses of a talented young novelist.Read more

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  8. Sundance: 'E-Team' Directors Follow Human Rights Activists Into the Heart of Syria

    6:13 am 1/28/2014

    Katy Chevigny and Oscar-winner Ross Kauffman chronicle four investigators who put their lives on the line to expose the truth.Read more

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  9. Memphis: Sundance Review

    8:47 pm 1/27/2014

    Blues musician Willis Earl Beal stars as a singer-songwriter who dreams big but comes up short on creativity in Tim Sutton’s sophomore feature.Read more

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  10. God Help the Girl: Sundance Review

    8:39 pm 1/27/2014

    Stuart Murdoch of Belle & Sebastian makes his debut as writer-director with this musical about three post-adolescent friends adrift in a Glasgow summer.Read more

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