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Sundance London: Three Indie Classics to Unspool

Christopher Nolan's "Memento," Quentin Tarantino's "Reservoir Dogs" and the Jennifer Lawrence starrer "Winter's Bone" will roll out for U.K. audiences again.

Sundance at 30: The Most Infamous Fistfights, Freak-outs and Firsts

How a broken movie projector almost ruined "Reservoir Dogs," why Harvey Weinstein lost his temper in an Italian restaurant, what that camel was doing in Utah and other unforgettable events.

Sundance: 25 Moments That Rocked Park City

So much indie history has been made at the fest over the last three decades and so many careers launched -- from Quentin Tarantino's to Hugh Grant's, from Steven Soderbergh's to Kevin Smith's -– it's time to look back at some of those key moments.

Sundance’s Greatest Hits: The Movies That Broke Through

Since its inception, the Sundance Film Festival has launched the careers of countless filmmakers and stars, and along the way changed the filmmaking paradigm. In the end, however, it's about the movies -- and while hundreds debut at the festival each year, only a select few leave an indelible impression upon the cultural landscape. This partial list revisits some of the most unforgettable.

Quentin Tarantino’s ‘Pulp Fiction’ and ‘Reservoir Dogs’ to Return to the Big Screen

"Reservoir Dogs" will screen Dec. 4, marking the film's 20-year anniversary, and best picture Oscar nominee "Pulp Fiction" will unspool two days later.