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Best New Indie Trailers: 'Sweetwater,' 'Austenland,' and 'Citizen Koch'

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Sweet Vengeance
We tend to hate on Hollywood studios because of the movie projects they choose to fund (Transformers 4, anyone?). So much of typical Hollywood product tends to be huge, expensive spectacles with little-to-no story, heavy special effects and poor acting. So, we at ScreenCrave have decided to help jump behind the indie film. Every week we've been bringing you an Indie Fundraiser...

Sundance Roundup: 'The East' Trailer, First 'jOBS' Clip Stirs Controversy,...

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Sundance 2013 Roundup
The 2013 Sundance Film Festival is still in full swing. Studios are scooping up indies left and right, and we have the details on who's bought what thus far. Also, we have the first clip of jOBS, starring Ashton Kutcher as Steve Jobs, and the first trailer for the eco-terrorist thriller The East, starring Brit Marling and Ellen Page. All that and more...

Sundance 2013: Austenland - Movie Review

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I always like to start the Sundance Film Festival with something fun, so I'm glad that my first screening this year was Austenland.  Screenplay writer Jerusha Hess's directorial debut, this film is a delightful mix of charm, satire, romance, and irreverence. Though it takes some time to find and establish its tone, the humor is saucy, witty, and brilliantly executed...

Sundance 2013: Top 5 Films To See For Performances (From Shoe-ins to...

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Christie Ko's top 5 sundance performances to watch
The thermometer may read 0 degrees Fahrenheit in Park City, Utah, but things are about to start heating up. The countdown to the 2013 Sundance Film Festival has begun and my dance card is filling up fast. I'm packing my warmest clothes and ploughing through synopses, cast-lists, and an onslaught of press invitations currently clogging my email inbox. As with every year, there are far more...