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    Sundance Review: Do Sex Offenders Get a Bad Rap? 'Pervert Park' Explores the Unthinkable

    The movie explores several recovering sex offenders grappling with their dark pasts.

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    Sundance Film Festival Announces 2015 Short Film Winners

    The animated short "World of Tomorrow" took home the top prize.

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    Sundance Review: Kevin Bacon Takes on Troublemaking Kids in Entertaining 'Cop Car'

    The twists keep coming in this wild backwoods tale of two kids who steal a police car and the man who chases after them.

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    Sundance: 'Animals' Creators on Mark Duplass and If Film Fests are the Future of Indie TV

    One of the more unusual projects at the 2015 Sundance Film Festival is an animated comedy about the hijinks of New York City's animal population, with an indie-friendly voice cast including Mark Duplass, Katie Aselton... Wait, actually, all of that sounds pretty standard for Sundance. What makes "An...

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    Sundance Springboard: 'The Bronze's' Melissa Rauch Wants to Make Movies Where Women Don't Have to Apologize

    "There are a lot of male anti-heroes, and that's not always the case with women."

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    Meet the 2015 Sundance Filmmakers #41: Alfonso Gomez Rejon's 'Me and Earl and the Dying Girl' Might Be Sundance 2015's Most Commercial Hit

    Alfonso Gomez Rejon worked his way up from production assistant to director of the most acclaimed Sundance movies this year.

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    Sundance 2015 Cinematographers on How They Captured Their Most Difficult Shots

    As part of our "How I Shot That" series, we asked a selection of cinematographers with films at Sundance 2015 what their most difficult shot was on their respective productions, and just how exactly they managed to pull it off.

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    Meet the 2015 Sundance Filmmakers #40: Rick Famuyiwa Went Back to the '90s For 'Dope'

    "I made 'Dope' as an homage to the many amazing independent and studio films of the 1990's that rewrote the rules of mainstream entertainment."

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    'The Original Black Sheep' Uncovers Ghosts in This Coming-of-Age Story

    Here's your daily look at an indie project in development. Is this a movie you'd want to see?

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