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Sundance 2014: Photoset

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Actor/Director Richard Ayoade on his film “The Double” with John Slattery and director Maya Forbes (“Infinitely Polar Bear”) at Sundance’s Cinema Cafe to discuss adaptations

Read Sound on Sight’s review of The Double.

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Actor John Slattery (Roger Sterling on “Mad Men”) talks about his first directorial effort “God’s Pocket”
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Journalist Evan Ratliff (CEO, Atavist), Chet Kanojia (CEO, Aereo), Bob Moczydlowsky (head of music, Twitter), and Joseph Gordon-Levitt (HITRECORD ON TV) discuss the new frontier of creative collaboration driven by social media.
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Director Maya Forbes at the premiere of “Infinitely Polar Bear” with her cast: Zoe Saldana, Mark Ruffalo, Ashley Aufderheide and Imogene Wolodarsky

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Read our Sundance review of Infinitely Polar Bear

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Director Justin Simien and the cast of his film “Dear White People”
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Present “Dear White People” cast included Brandon P Bell, Malcolm Barrett, Teyonah Parris, and Justin Dobies

Ten unacquired Sundance 2014 films we hope to see someday.

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Main Street during the festival, early risers queue up for an event at the Filmmaker Lodge
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William H. Macy takes a picture before participating in “TimesTalks with The New York Times”
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William H. Macy (first time director with “Rudderless”) and Mark Duplass (at Sundance 2014 with “The One I Love”) discuss failure and taking chances

Read our review of Rudderless

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Actress Maggie Gyllenhaal of the new movie “Frank”

Read the Sundance review of Frank

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Actor Steve Coogan at the premiere of “The Trip to Italy” at the Eccles Theater
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Director Michael Winterbottom with Coogan and Rob Brydon
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Actors Aaron Paul and Josh Wiggins after a showing of “Hellion” at the Eccles theater

Read our Sundance review of Hellion.

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Kat Candler, director of “Hellion”

Nuit #1 Clara

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Sundance 2014: ‘Little Accidents’ a grueling tale about the vulnerability of poverty and the intersections of heartache