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Sundance Film Festival

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The director-producer duo spin specificity into a standout narrative in “Honk For Jesus,” choosing to show, not tell, a story bursting with complexity and color.
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The director-producer duo spin specificity into a standout narrative in “Honk For Jesus,” choosing to show, not tell, a story bursting with complexity and color.
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“Maintaining a sense of play, even when it's serious. I think it is one of the most important aspects of the job,” Brown said in an interview with The Daily Californian.
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“Maintaining a sense of play, even when it's serious. I think it is one of the most important aspects of the job,” Brown said in an interview with The Daily Californian.
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While Raiff’s penchant for earnestness remains a grounding force behind “Cha Cha Real Smooth,” the novelty of his sincerity and emotional subjectivity has mostly worn off, his portrayal of liminality more vaguely delineated and less insightful and critically self-reflexive than it purports to be.
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While Raiff’s penchant for earnestness remains a grounding force behind “Cha Cha Real Smooth,” the novelty of his sincerity and emotional subjectivity has mostly worn off, his portrayal of liminality more vaguely delineated and less insightful and critically self-reflexive than it purports to be.
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“Dos Estaciones'' is as somber and candid as one might expect from a film fresh out of Sundance, but this Spanish-language feature has much more to offer than the beauty and buzz that surrounds it.
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“Dos Estaciones'' is as somber and candid as one might expect from a film fresh out of Sundance, but this Spanish-language feature has much more to offer than the beauty and buzz that surrounds it.
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“Master” wins because of its simplicity, effectiveness and wit, serving as a great addition to modern-day horror.
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“Master” wins because of its simplicity, effectiveness and wit, serving as a great addition to modern-day horror.
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The Sundance program showcases a unique array of stories spanning genre and perspective. At The Daily Californian, arts reporters Vincent Tran and Megha Ganapathy and arts editor Maya Thompson have stepped up to explore this vast selection.
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The Sundance program showcases a unique array of stories spanning genre and perspective. At The Daily Californian, arts reporters Vincent Tran and Megha Ganapathy and arts editor Maya Thompson have stepped up to explore this vast selection.
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This summer shapes up as a season of options: variety in the movies to choose and variety in the ways to watch them. Here are movies slated for the summer.
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This summer shapes up as a season of options: variety in the movies to choose and variety in the ways to watch them. Here are movies slated for the summer.
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Carmichael’s directing style focuses on propelling the story forward, with each successive scene scaling the action up further.
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Carmichael’s directing style focuses on propelling the story forward, with each successive scene scaling the action up further.
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The source of Edee’s anguish finally comes into full focus, but, like so much of "Land," is only meekly connected, forming a not so subtle caveat separated from the film’s core.
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The source of Edee’s anguish finally comes into full focus, but, like so much of "Land," is only meekly connected, forming a not so subtle caveat separated from the film’s core.
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In “Cryptozoo,” an intimate sex scene and occasional graphic violence work to make sure you know that this is not necessarily meant for children.
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In “Cryptozoo,” an intimate sex scene and occasional graphic violence work to make sure you know that this is not necessarily meant for children.
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