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Sundance Awards and Final Wrap-Up 2010

Even if you weren’t in attendance at the 2010 Sundance Film Festival, you’ve got to admit that it offers a nice distraction in the traditionally slow awards week that precedes the nomination announcements. Once again I am incredibly jealous of those who were in attendance at this year’s festival as word on several films was […]

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Sundance Weekend Wrap-Up – Days 2-4 (Part 1)

REVIEWS: Nowhere Boy – Chris Bumbray of JoBlo gives the John Lennon biopic mild praise, saying Aaron Johnson was great. Get Low – Jeff Wells of Hollywood Elsewhere calls Get Low “a first-rate backwoods American drama” and lists it as one of his highlights of the festival so far. Restrepo – Allison Whillmore of Independent […]

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Sundance Film Festival Wrap-Up – Day 1

Film Reviews: The first and only film to premiere so far is Rob Epstein and Jeffrey Freidman’s Howl, based on Allan Ginsberg’s infamous poem. Jeffery Wells of Hollywood Elsewhere says its a great start to the festival: It’s brisk, condensed, in some ways florid, engaging, intellectually alert and stimulating. You know what this thing is? […]

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Of the Day – 01.20.10

Read of the Day: The ten worst awards acceptance speeches of all-time include Angelina Jolie’s creepy declaration of love for her brother and Oliver Stone’s rant about U.S. drug policy. [Woman’s Daily] News of the Day: If you haven’t yet heard – it is now official that Marc Webb, director of (500) Days of Summer, […]

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