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Assesing the fest

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The lineup of films at the Sundance Film Festival certainly lived up to the promise of diversity predicted at the outset by Sundance topper Robert Redford and fest director Geoff Gilmore.

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Review: ‘Marking’

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Relaying news that his very depressed girlfriend has attempted suicide with an overdose of Prozac, a character in Patrick Breen's uneven "Marking" quips, "death by irony." The remark, too hip by…

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Dino-might Benz

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The auto industry has officially arrived in Hollywood. After BMW scored a huge success with its "Goldeneye" promotion to introduce the flashy BMW Z3 in 1995, other studios jumped on the auto…

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Review: ‘King Ubu’

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Adapted from Alfred Jarry's absurdist play, "King Ubu" serves as an impressive visual demo for cameraman F.A. Brabec, previously known as lenser for Czech wunderkind Jan Sverak ("The Elementary…

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Review: ‘Jungle Story’

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One of the most realistic rock 'n' roll movies comes, ironically, from a country where the youth-made music is still actively discouraged. Perhaps that's why "Jungle Story" captures the edgier…

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