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Sundance 2011

Join the Cult of ‘Sound of My Voice’ With a 2-Minute Clip (Video)

Potential members of the cult of Sound of My Voice got their first glimpse Monday at what’s in store for them when Fox Searchlight released the first two minutes from the film.

L: Sundance Film Review

The film will surely click with some devotees of difficult art cinema but will strike most as a largely unrewarding, if skillfully made, endurance test.

Sundance 2012: ‘This Must Be the Place,’ ‘John Dies at the End’ Added to Line-Up

Last-minute adds for the January fest also include "Predisposed" and "Oslo, August 31st."

Sundance Announces Premieres and Documentary Premieres

The 2012 festival program includes work from Spike Lee, Julie Delpy, Josh Radnor and James Marsh -- plus a new Peter Jackson-produced documentary about the West Memphis Three.

Sundance Winner ‘Happy, Happy’ to Represent Norway in Oscar Race

Magnolia Pictures bows the Anne Sewitsky dark sex comedy in U.S. theaters Sept. 16.

Ascot Elite Picks Up Michael Shannon, Jessica Chastain Drama ‘Take Shelter’ for Germany

The indie favorite won the top prize at Cannes' Critics Week.

Sundance Breakout Dee Rees Signed by WME (Exclusive)

WME Entertainment has signed indie filmmaker Dee Rees, whose debut film "Pariah" had its world premiere at the 2011 Sundance Film Festival.

Take Shelter: Film Review

Writer-director Jeff Nichols' knockout prestige picture about a man's mental collapse is a masterfully controlled piece of work on every level, writes David Rooney.

Fox Searchlight Grabs Rights to Cult Drama ‘Sound of My Voice’

Apparently, Fox Searchlight wasn't quite finished with its Sundance shopping. The indie label grabbed its fifth festival title when it closed a deal Wednesday to take rights to all English-speaking territories for "Sound of My Voice."

OWN Announces ‘Becoming Chaz’ Premiere

The Chaz Bono documentary premiered at this year’s Sundance Film Festival.

Sony Pictures Classics Acquires Michael Rapaport’s Directorial Debut

“As a first time filmmaker to have the support of SPC is like being signed by the NY Yankees,” he says of his film, "Beats, Rhymes & Life: The Travels of a Tribe Called Quest," which debuted at Sundance.

Sundance Director Jim Kohlberg to Helm Adaptation of Novel ‘Home in the Morning’

UPDATED: Open Road, the digital content company that handled the e-book publication of "Home," will produce the film.