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The Sundance Film Festival reveals 65 short films chosen for the 2013 programme running January 17-27. They were selected from a record 8,102 submissions, and will screen in Us Narrative, International Narrative, Documentary, Animated and New Frontier categories. Head of programming Trevor Groth states: "The selections represent the immensely varied and dynamic approaches to storytelling that will inspire audiences with their huge accomplishments within a limited timeframe.” Among the narrative titles are "The Hour" star Romola Garai's "Scrubber," Aussie Nash Edgerton and Spencer Susser's "The Captain," and Spain writer-director Guillermo Arriaga's "Broken Night." Among the docs are Rob Epstein and Jeffrey Friedman's "Battle of AmfAR," Michael Almereyda's "Skinningrove" and the ubiquitous Morgan Spurlock's "You Don't Know Jack." Check out the complete lineup below. »

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