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40 minutes were cut from William Friedkin's CRUISING to placate censors. James Franco and pals work together to recreate those 40 minutes. Except not really.
Pornographer Paul Raymond gets the TRUE HOLLYWOOD STORY treatment in Michael Winterbottom's biopic.
A stoner comedy that's heavy on the stoners, light on the comedy.
Daniel Radcliffe, Dane DeHaan and Ben Foster play The Beats and play them great in John Krokidas' feature debut.
Qi Zhao follows three families reeling from the effects of the 2008 Sichuan earthquake in this deft documentary.
Filmmaker Jason DaSilva chronicles the seven year journey since his diagnosis with primary-progressive multiple sclerosis.
The full trailer for Shane Carruth's followup to PRIMER is live, and it's beautiful, and it's confusing.
An already impressive batch of films gets more impressive.
Hulk delivers the second glimpse into Shane Carruth's highly anticipated follow-up to PRIMER.
I don't understand any of it, but it looks awesome all the same.
The PRIMER director is finally back with a follow-up!
Devin's off to Park City.
Welcome to Badass Digest’s week-long Steven Soderbergh career retrospective.
This Sundance winning emo sob story gets a trailer designed to make us understand how the deaf experience life.
The Sundance movie that caused a flip-out at a screening is finally coming to theaters.
The Sundance hit, starring John Hawkes and an apparently talented Olsen sister, gets a tense and intriguing trailer.
Austin based filmmakers The Zellner Bros have captured the miracle of Bigfoot life on film. Unprecedented!
Lucky McKee’s new film, THE WOMAN, causes a huge stir at Sundance, including breaking one man’s very mind. We have the video.
A truly beautiful and incredible poster for Sundance Selects film SEPTIEN.
Want proof that the Sundance Film Festival is getting edgier in its new era helmed by John Cooper? Look no further then this trailer for a short film by Tim Heidecker and Eric Wareheim playing at the festival.
Give us this day our daily trailer! Famed street artist Banksy made a movie about a guy who was making a movie about him. Or has he? EXIT THROUGH THE GIFT SHOP is funny, it’s interesting and it’s a scathing look at the state of the art world, but it’s also a movie that will leave you questioning its most fundamental aspects of reality.
Jason Eisner goes from a GRINDHOUSE fake trailer to a real life Sundance movie! Plus many more awesome films in the Midnight and Spotlight categories are announced.