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Sundance Institute's NEXT FEST Moves to Downtown Los Angeles

fb.indiewire.com – The Sundance Institute has announced that the 2014 edition of NEXT FEST will take place at the Theatre at Ace Hotel in Downtown Los Angeles. Built in the 1920s by the United Artists studio, the Theatre at Ace Hotel is designed in the Spanish Gothic tradition, boasting 1,600 seats, a 2,300 square foot lobby and intricate murals along its vast walls.

3 years 18 weeks ago via donnieyen
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Sundance: ICM Signs ‘Kumiko’ Duo & ‘God Help The Girl’ Actor

deadline.com – EXCLUSIVE: This year’s Sundance Film Festival is over but for three participants a whole new ride is about to begin. ICM Partners have signed up Special Jury Prize winners Kumiko, The Treasure Hunter’s David Zellner and Nathan Zellner as well as Pierre Boulanger of God Help The Girl. The signings for the trio are in all areas. 3 years 33 weeks ago via brucelee
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Sundance Deal Wrap-Up: Anne Hathaway, Kristen Stewart Films Remain Unsold

feedproxy.google.com – The fest opened with two quick sales, but several high-profile films have yet to find a buyer. A version of this story first appeared in the Feb. 7 issue of The Hollywood Reporter magazine. Sundance 2014 went in like a lion and came out like a lamb. The festival, marking its 30th anniversary, made a promising entrance Jan. 3 years 33 weeks ago via jackiechan
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How'd They Shoot That? Here's the Cameras Used By the 2014 Sundance Filmmakers

fb.indiewire.com – In advance of this year's Sundance Film Festival, we sent out questionnaires to directors and cinematographers with films in competition at Sundance 2014 asking them a variety of questions, including which cameras they used to shoot their respective films (in some cases, they used several). You'll find their responses below, along with information about lenses used whenever specified.

3 years 34 weeks ago via donnieyen
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The 7 Trends From Sundance 2014 Features We’d Like to See More Often

feedproxy.google.com – And thus ends another Sundance Film Festival. This year’s festival provided us with plenty of feature fodder to examine for the next eleven or so months, despite the lack of any big breakout a la Fruitvale Station or Beasts of the Southern Wild. As ever, though, the festival featured some recurring trope and tricks (a few of which we identified early), but not all of them seemed rote or repetitive. 3 years 34 weeks ago via brucelee
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Sundance 2014 Blog: Wrapping Up Another Year After 32 Screenings

feedproxy.google.com – I've reached the end. After 10 days of films, screenings and indie cinema mania, I've finished up and arrived home from the 2014 Sundance Film Festival. In total I saw 32 films at screenings during the festival held in Park City, Utah. While it never actually snowed once the whole fest this year, it was still cold and it was yet another wonderful year of discoveries, great films, thought-provoking art and insightful experiences. 3 years 34 weeks ago via brucelee
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Michael C. Hall and Vinessa Shaw Talk COLD IN JULY, the Film’s Multiple Tones, the Script, and More at Sundance 2014

collider.com – When you see a lot of movies, it's always refreshing when you come across one that is thrillingly unpredictable. That definitely describes Jim Mickle's Cold in July, which premiered at this year's Sundance Film Festival. While most movies follow a certain trajectory, Cold in July pulls its audience into one tone, and then explodes it over halfway through the picture only to blow it up yet again.

3 years 34 weeks ago via theothersenhman
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Critic's Notebook: Ignore the Naysayers. This Year's Sundance Film Festival Transcended Clichés

fb.indiewire.com – Several days before the conclusion of the Sundance Film Festival's 30th year, many reporters struck a dour note. After recent years in which specific movies in the lineup became the breakout stories of the year — the one-two punch of "Beasts of the Southern Wild" and "Fruitvale Station," to be exact — no single movie in Sundance's 2014 selection has generated similar heat. 3 years 34 weeks ago via brucelee
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From a Planetary Discovery to Reincarnation: Mike Cahill Returns to Sundance with 'I Origins'

fb.indiewire.com – In 2011, the Sundance Film Festival witnessed the emergence of a new filmmaker with a particular voice, one that has a talent for creating affecting human stories within the context of the science fiction genre. Mike Cahill's "Another Earth" put him under the spotlight of the independent cinema world. The film was also the first installment in his collaborative relationship his co-writer and star on that film, Brit Marling. 3 years 34 weeks ago via jackiechan
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Jason Momoa on his road to film financing

nypost.com – Actor Jason Momoa’s upcoming film, “Road to Paloma,” a road-trip revenge thriller, traveled an interesting road to get financed, he told The Post in an exclusive interview at the Sundance... 3 years 34 weeks ago via theothersenhman
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