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Sundance Film Festival

Fans wait along Main Street, down the stairs from the village lift, for celebrities to take pictures and get autographs as the Sundance Festival continues in Park City on Saturday, January 18, 2014.

Matt Gade

'The Babadook' works its audience with disarming laughs and creepy frights

Sometimes it's hard to figure out what keeps drawing people to horror movies. Is it the pure thrill? Is it catharsis? A Sundance film called "The Babadook" suggests... Read more »

Jan. 23, 2014

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Sundance: 'We Are the Giant' examines personal stories of the Arab Spring

To the thousands of reporters, filmmakers and star-gazing tourists walking the overcrowded strip that is Park City’s Main Street, Maryam al-Khawaja and Razan... Read more »

Jan. 23, 2014

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Nelson shines in 'Land Ho!'

"Land Ho!," a simple story of two old friend who take a trip to Iceland, is a beautiful, simple story about friendship and family and getting old. And at its heart is... Read more »

Jan. 23, 2014

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What to stream: Sundance edition

Some recommendations of Sundance films from previous years that you can stream online, as well as three TV series newly available on Netflix Instant and Amazon Prime... Read more »

Jan. 23, 2014

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Seminary students descend on Sundance, find meaning in independent films

Around 9 a.m. during the Sundance Film Festival, the theaters are full, patrons are anxiously waiting in line hoping they can fill an empty seat, others have stayed in... Read more »

Jan. 23, 2014

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Stars share tips, thoughts on Sundance and staying warm

The Sundance Film Festival can be a surreal experience. For 10 days in January, the charming mountain town of Park City, Utah, is overrun with actors and movie... Read more »

Jan. 23, 2014

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