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  1. Happy Valley: Sundance Review

    3:44 pm 1/24/2014

    Amir Bar-Lev looks at the reaction of football fans to the Penn State abuse scandal.Read more

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  2. Sundance: Sony Pictures Classics Nabs Ira Sachs' 'Love Is Strange'

    3:04 pm 1/24/2014

    John Lithgow and Alfred Molina star as a couple who lose their New York City home in the film, which premiered on Saturday, Jan. 18, in Park City.Read more

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  3. We Come as Friends: Sundance Review

    1:44 pm 1/24/2014

    The latest documentary of Austrian director Hubert Sauper explores the numerous complexities of the world's newest country, three-year-old South Sudan. Read more

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  4. Killers: Sundance Review

    1:28 pm 1/24/2014

    The bloody sophomore feature of the Indonesian Mo Brothers stars "The Raid 2" co-stars Kazuki Kitamura and Oka Antara.Read more

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  5. Fireside Chats: Chili Peppers' Flea Recounts Jazz Lifestyle of Earlier Era

    12:48 pm 1/24/2014

    The cast of "Low Down" visits THR's Sundance lounge.Read more

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  6. Watchers of the Sky: Sundance Review

    12:22 pm 1/24/2014

    Filmmaker Edet Belzberg's documentary chronicles the history of genocide.Read more

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  7. Sundance: Justin Lin to Adapt 'Battered Bastards of Baseball' Doc (Exclusive)

    11:49 am 1/24/2014

    UPDATED: Lin beat several pursuers for remake rights, including Columbia Pictures, Fox Searchlight and DreamWorks.Read more

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  8. No No: A Dockumentary: Sundance Review

    11:45 am 1/24/2014

    From director Jeff Radice, the documentary tells the story about troubled Pirates pitcher Dock Ellis.Read more

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  9. To Kill a Man: Sundance Review

    7:39 am 1/24/2014

    Alejandro Fernandez Almendras retells a true story of last-ditch self-defense.Read more

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  10. Sundance: 'Raid 2,' 'I Origins' and 'Wish I Was Here' Composers on Scoring Indie's Next Wave (Exclusive Music)

    5:52 am 1/24/2014

    From broken Casio keyboards to 50-piece studio orchestras, Will Bates, Joseph Trapanese and Rob Simonsen have worked with it all; they gather in Park City for an impromptu summit. Read more

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