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    Sundance Review: Craig Zobel's 'Z for Zachariah' is Not Your Typical Post-Apocalyptic Romance

    The "Compliance" director's latest film is a minimalist chamber drama with only three actors in its cast.

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    Sundance Review: Keanu Reeves is Frantic Sex Victim in Eli Roth's Middling Sex Thriller 'Knock Knock'

    Roth's home invasion thriller is not without its cheap thrills, but never quite reaches the potential of its premise.

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    Sundance Review: 'The Diary of a Teenage Girl' Unlocks the Secrets of Adolescence

    Marielle Heller's adapts Phoebe Gloeckner's graphic novel with excitingly non-traditional results.

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    Sundance: The Crazy Five-Year Story Behind 'The Wolfpack'

    Indiewire spoke with Crystal Moselle, the first-time director behind one of the most anticipated (and bizarre) documentaries to premiere at this year's festival.

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    Al Pacino On 'The Humbling' and His Recent Creative Comeback

    The legendary actor spoke with Indiewire about his career and reuniting with Barry Levinson for "The Humbling."

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    Meet the 2015 Sundance Filmmakers #30: Love Is Apocalyptic in 'Z for Zachariah'

    "Z for Zachariah" explores the most intense love triangle you could ever imagine: between the last three people on Earth.

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    How I Shot That: Lyric Cabral on Shooting an FBI Sting Operation in '(T)ERROR'

    As part of our "How I Shot That" series, Indiewire recently asked Lyric Cabral, co-director of the highly anticipated documentary "(T)ERROR," which is world premiering at Sundance 2015, about how she shot the tense thriller.

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    Meet the 2015 Sundance Filmmakers #29: Sarah Silverman Like You've Never Seen Her Before in 'I Smile Back'

    "I Smile Back" reminds us that no one's life is perfect, no matter how shiny it may seem.

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    Sundance Review: Noah Baumbach and Greta Gerwig's 'Mistress America' is an Endearing Screwball Comedy

    The duo's second written collaboration is a fun, if imperfect, illustration of their appeal.

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    Sundance Review: 'Entertainment' Features Neil Hamburger, the Saddest Comedian in the World

    Rick Alverson's followup to "The Comedy" is another genre-defying portrait of a troubled man -- in this case, a standup comedian who's anything but funny.

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