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Sundance 2011

Sundance Selects Grabs Rights to ‘The Black Power Mixtape’ (Berlin)

Göran Hugo Olsson's documentary had its world premiere at the Sundance Film Festival last month in the world cinema documentary competition.

Roadside Attractions to Distribute Sundance Audience Award Winner ‘Circumstance’

Roadside Attractions has come aboard to handle the U.S. distribution of Maryam Keshavarz's Iranian drama "Circumstance."

SUNDANCE REVIEW: ‘Letters From the Big Man’ Presents an Evolved Sasquatch Rendered with Earnestness and Filmmaking Skill

This is clearly not a creature feature made for everyone, but for a fortunate few, it will feel like a cleansing in nature.

The Black Power Mixtape 1967-1975: Sundance Review

Powerful documentary blends previously unseen footage and modern day commentary to contextualize and preserve the black power movement.

SUNDANCE REVIEW: Codependent Lesbian Space Alien Seeks Same

Madeleine Olnek's tongue in cheek sci-fi comedy lovingly spoofs B-movies of yesteryear.

SUNDANCE: Todd McCarthy’s Festival Diary: Goodbye, Granola & Tarantino Clones

THR critic and Sundance juror Todd McCarthy gives the inside story of one of the best festivals in Sundance history.

SUNDANCE REVIEW: Miss Representation

Jennifer Siebel Newsom interviews Katie Couric, Lisa Ling, Rachel Maddow and others for her competition documentary about the media's role in women's social marginalization.

Director Azazel Jacobs Credits SAGIndie With Helping to Craft His Sundance Hit ‘Teri’

Indie filmmakers talk about how SAGIndie, which increased production on Sundance-bound films from 23% in 1997 to today's 97%, helped prepare a new generation of talent.

Did Sundance Buyers Overpay?

THE REPORT: This year's festival saw plenty of sales. But were the deals good?

SUNDANCE REVIEW: Anne Sewitsky’s ‘Happy, Happy’ Won the Narrative World Cinema Jury Award at the 2011 Sundance Film Festival

If it weren't so good-natured overall, Anne Sewitsky's feature debut "Happy, Happy" might seem entirely implausible, even for a comedy.

Granito: Sundance Review

Sundance has been awash in documentaries this year, but one of the most unique is Pamela Yates' "Granito."

SUNDANCE REVIEW: Israeli Film ‘Restoration’ a Quality, if Somber, Picture That Could Find Art-House Success

The film, part of the World Cinema Dramatic Competition, is the kind of small-scale, well-crafted story that used to be a staple of European cinema and is rarely seen nowadays, at least in the U.S.