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Movies to see at Sundance 2018

Genesis 2.0 / Courtesy of Sundance Institute One hundred and ten feature-length films were selected for the 2018 Sundance Film Festival. These films (selected from 13,468) represen …

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Sundance Film Festival: documentaries worth standing in line for

Dominant themes found this year in the 2017 Sundance Film Festival lineup bring us narratives of climate change, police misconduct and race. These films explore the plight of Syria …

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Sundance Film Festival: Films worth standing in line for

Geralyn’s Sundance cheat sheet. Dominant themes found this year in the 2017 Sundance Film Festival lineup bring us narratives of climate change, police misconduct and race. These f …

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When the World Comes to Utah

  Our picks for Sundance Film Festival, January 20-30 Sundance promises to be exceptional this year. The docket is loaded with romantic comedies, unbought premieres with major …

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When the World Comes to Utah

by Geralyn Dreyfous A preview to the Sundance Film Festival, January 20-30. Getting into Sundance is now officially harder than getting into Stanford or Harvard. Over 10,000 films …

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WEB EXTRA: Sundance 2010 Cheat Sheet

by Geralyn Dreyfous Sundance 2010 promises to be an amazing line-up for new Sundance Festival Director John Cooper. Long admired for his talent as a programmer who discovers new vo …

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Doing the Moral Math

by Geralyn Dreyfous Documentary films and citizen engagement now fuel the democratic process that keeps the conversation alive. At the same time that the sky was falling and market …

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Film Special: Sundance

Film Fusion: a festival blend of cultures and genre-bending storytelling, personal and political. With so many movies and so little time, how to decide what to see? Geralyn has don …

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Film: Looking at the World

From inside our Glass House. Last month I read an op-ed piece by Garrison Keillor about a bill the Senate had just passed regarding “enemy non-combatants.” Its content stopped me i …

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