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‘Harry & Snowman’: Provincetown Review

Documaker Ron Davis traces the remarkable story of the "Cinderella Horse," saved from the meat market and steered to a celebrated show-jumping career.

‘The State of Marriage’: Provincetown Review

Jeff Kaufman's film traces the roots of marriage equality through the tireless efforts of Vermont lawyers Susan Murray and Beth Robinson as they banded with LGBT legal pioneer Mary Bonauto to push…

‘Those People’: Provincetown Review

A new romance exposes the unhealthy dynamic between two gay best friends on Manhattan's well-heeled Upper East Side in this delayed coming-of-age drama.

‘Yosemite’: Provincetown Review

Impressive preteen newcomers flank James Franco and Henry Hopper in this contemplative triptych about boyhood, adapted from Franco's short stories.

Nikki Reed, Britt Robertson Join Indie ‘Jack Goes Home’ (Exclusive)

Actor Thomas Dekker wrote and will direct the psychological thriller.

Michael Shannon, Carla Gugino to Star in ‘Wolves’ (Exclusive)

Written and directed by Bart Freundlich, the film centers on a high school basketball star struggling with a troubled homelife.

Kate Micucci, Steve Howey, Justin Chatwin Join Indie ‘Unleashed’ (Exclusive)

The film, directed by Finn Taylor, centers on a woman whose pets turn into full-grown men.

Indie ‘A Year and Change’ Follows a Man on a Mission to Reinvent Himself (Exclusive Video)

Bryan Greenberg stars in the film, which will premiere at the Dances With Films Festival in Los Angeles.

‘Mediterranea’: Cannes Review

This year's alarming death toll of illegal immigrants attempting the crossing from North Africa to Europe adds charged relevance to Jonas Carpignano's first feature.

Nick Robinson, Common Join Rob Reiner’s ‘Being Charlie’ (Exclusive)

The film will also star Morgan Saylor and Devon Bostick, and is based on a script by Reiner's son Nick and Matt Elisofon.

Inside the Orchard’s Audacious Play to Become the Next Indie Film Heavyweight

With five high-profile buys at Sundance, the quiet giant of online music sales (they control 20 percent of iTunes content!) is making a serious play at movie distribution.

‘Tig’: Sundance Review

A stirring documentary on comedian/survivor Tig Notaro.