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Keeping us firmly on the ground, this year’s domestic competition is mostly comprised of the politically charged verity we’ve come to expect to find in Park City. Unsurprisingly coming straight from this summer’s doc labs, Roger Ross Williams’s God Loves Uganda and Dawn Porter’s Gideon’s Army are both making their debut. Sundance award winning directors for Trouble the Water in Carl Deal and Tia Lessin are making their sophomore appearance at the helm and fest with Citizen Koch (see pic above) and so is the dynamic team of Sean and Andrea Nix Fine who return to the fest after triumphing back in 2007 with War/Dance. While last year featured a wide variety of tones and tenors that dabbled in odd-ball character studies and the arts, this year, Morgan Neville’s Twenty Feet From Stardom looks to be the lone picture to dabble in performance, »

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