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Sundance Road Trip Comedy 'The Long Dumb Road' Acquired By Universal Pics Group

Universal Pictures Home Entertainment Content Group has acquired North American rights to The Long Dumb Road, Hannah Fidell’s road trip comedy that bowed earlier this year at the Sundance Film Festival. 126 more words

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'Come Sunday' Review: Chiwetel Ejiofor's Performance Main Reason To See Netflix's Preachy Religious Drama

Following a Sundance Film Festival debut in January, Netflix unveiled Come Sunday, its true-life religious story of the Rev. Carlton Pearson, over the weekend on its streaming service and in some theaters. 595 more words

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Sundance Winner 'Hale County This Morning, This Evening' Acquired By Cinema Guild

EXCLUSIVE: Cinema Guild has acquired U.S. distribution rights to Hale County This Morning, This Evening, the Sundance-winning documentary from director and photographer RaMell Ross. The indie distributor is planning a 2018 theatrical release for the pic, which won a Special Jury Award for creative vision in Park City this year to start its festival run. 162 more words

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The Second Coming: Why women filmmakers struggle to get their second features made

N.B. This is a raw, unedited and extended version of an essay originally published in Another Gaze.

The main point of contention in the much-deliberated issue of gender representation across the cinematic landscape isn’t the existence of the woman director. 2,690 more words

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Miseducation of Cameron Post Movie and Book Review

Ok, so I tried a new experiment where I watched the movie first and then read the book. I found this to be a much more enjoyable experience to the point I have now done this for the last three recent movies (still working on reading these books, if only there were more than 24 hours in a day!). 445 more words

Razor-sharp script, shots race across screen in Sundance favorite

9/10 With Hollywood seemingly unable to produce more than a few movies a year without obvious gaffs, Thoroughbreds is a refreshing spurt of disciplined, technically perfect filmmaking and the birth of a new star in writer/director Cory Finley. 609 more words

Entropy

His life was his art, his death its coda

The line often blurred between Ray Johnson and his work. A film offers him a new gallery.

March 11, 2004 |Steven Rosen | Special to The Los Angeles Times… 851 more words