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Sundance Film Festival, Nominations, Winners, Reviews

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    IFC Grabs Intense Sundance Winner 'The Stanford Prison Experiment'

    A month after its Sundance premiere, this psychologically twisty brain-bender has finally landed US distribution.

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    5 Things to Expect From Alex Gibney's Damning Scientology Doc 'Going Clear' (Trailer)

    Gibney's hush-hush 'Going Clear: Scientology and the Prison of Belief' premieres on HBO March 16. Here's what we know so far.

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    Meet Damián Szifrón, Director of Oscar-Nominated 'Wild Tales' (Exclusive Video)

    In our exclusive video interview, writer-director Damián Szifrón tracks the path of hot festival hit and Argentinian Oscar nominee 'Wild Tales,' in theaters Friday.

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    Sundance-Winning Doc 'Cartel Land' Goes to The Orchard

    The documentary won two prizes at the Sundance Film Festival

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    Oscar Nominee Rory Kennedy Reveals Perils Making 'Last Days in Vietnam'

    "There are a lot of lessons from this film," said Rory Kennedy of her Oscar-nominated film, "that apply to some of challenges we are facing today."

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    Berlin Review: François Delisle's Family Tragedy 'Chorus' Stuns in Black-and-White

    Exquisitely shaded in black-and-white, 'Chorus' dwells in grief's darkest hours, but mesmerizing visuals make for a gorgeous and unexpectedly hopeful Berlinale title.

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    Watch: NYU Professor Spike Lee on Backing New Models and Young Filmmakers (Exclusive Interview)

    Spike Lee loves to discover young talent in front and behind the camera; we talk about his protege's Sundance entry "Cronies" and his Kickstarter-backed release "Da Sweet Blood of Jesus." Will he do it again?

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    Profiles in Criticism: The Film Society of Lincoln Center's Eugene Hernandez

    On 20 years of Sundance, the growth of independent film, and the birth of Indiewire.

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