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Porto | Review

17 November 2017 3:25 PM, PST

In Remembrance of Loves Past: Klinger’s Quiet Meditation on Romance, Time & Memory

Two foreigners stumble upon a chance encounter and spend an intimate evening together in the dreamy and romantic art-house gem, named after the eponymous city in Northern Portugal where the love making and the subsequent longing takes place.

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- Emre Caglayan

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On the Beach at Night Alone | Review

17 November 2017 3:15 PM, PST

Qualified for Love: Sangsoo Showcases Minhee in Latest Perambulation on Soju Soaked Saudade

Prolific South Korean auteur Hong Sangsoo consistently unveils mannered films with marked sincerity and simplicity, like fragile strands of a spider’s web in his naturalistic escapades sometimes so seemingly slight he’s often accused of constant repetition.

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- Nicholas Bell

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2018 Sundance Film Festival Predictions: Drake Doremus’ Zoe

17 November 2017 3:05 PM, PST

We’ve now arrived to our 75 prediction destination with this final item. A Sundance personality who over time, has developed his own cult following in large part due to the exposure received in Park City. 

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- Eric Lavallée

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2018 Sundance Film Festival Predictions: Sebastián Silva’s Tyrel

17 November 2017 3:00 PM, PST

What does one do when a project falls apart days before shooting? If you’re Terry Gilliam you throw your hands up in the air, and if you’re Sebastián Silva you put Captain Dad on the backburner and quickly put together your Merry Men and head to the Catskills.

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- Eric Lavallée

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2018 Sundance Film Festival Predictions: Paul Dano’s Wildlife

17 November 2017 2:45 PM, PST

Once all the “dust” settled from the Venice and Tiff program announcements, the 2017 film festival calendar hourglass pretty much confirmed that Paul Dano‘s directorial debut is now a 2018 item.

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- Eric Lavallée

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2018 Sundance Film Festival Predictions: Elizabeth Chomko’s What They Had

17 November 2017 2:30 PM, PST

In a move rarely seen these days, Bleecker Street’s Andrew Karpen swooped in, preemptively landed the rights to What They Had before it even had the chance to premiere at a fest.

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- Eric Lavallée

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2018 Sundance Film Festival Predictions: Benh Zeitlin’s Wendy

17 November 2017 2:15 PM, PST

We’ve kept our ears peeled to the ground and eyes glued since non-trade related film news began to trickle in 2013, but for the most part, we’ve been left with tiny fragments of what amounts to sasquatch sitings.

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- Eric Lavallée

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2018 Sundance Film Festival Predictions: Justin Kelly’s Welcome the Stranger

17 November 2017 2:00 PM, PST

With a breakneck pace output, filmmaker Justin Kelly hasn’t wasted much time between features since premiering his debut feature at I Am Michael (review) at the 2015 edition of the Sundance Film Festival.

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- Eric Lavallée

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2018 Sundance Film Festival Predictions: Jeremiah Zagar’s We the Animals

17 November 2017 1:30 PM, PST

Emmy-nominated Jeremiah Zagar last introduced Sundance auds to his 2014 docu look into a prosecution from the masses in Captivated: The Trials of Pamela Smart (U.S.

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- Eric Lavallée

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2018 Sundance Film Festival Predictions: Tim Travers Hawkins’ Xy Chelsea

17 November 2017 1:00 PM, PST

We have screen treatments of Frank Serpico, Mark Felt, and Karen Silkwood, and in early 2018 we could have another (anti)hero on the silver screen.

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- Eric Lavallée

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Video: Chris Smith’s Jim & Andy: the Great Beyond – 2017 Tiff Post Screening Q&A

17 November 2017 12:45 PM, PST

Out via the Neflix folks in limited release today is docu bijou which had been unveiled at Venice before hitting Toronto’s Winter Garden Theatre this past September.

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- Eric Lavallée

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Video: Dee Rees’ Mudbound – 2017 Sundance Film Fest Post Screening Q&A

17 November 2017 12:35 PM, PST

With Gotham noms (and pre-win) in hand, and subsequent awards friendly screenings at both Tiff, Nyff and AFI, Netflix likely have Oscar on their mind.

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- Adam Azimov

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2018 Sundance Film Festival Predictions: Madeleine Olnek’s Wild Nights with Emily

17 November 2017 12:30 PM, PST

Now in year three of celebrating our awful predictions with concerns to this title, we finally have a status update and official title to work with and are feeling lucky.

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- Eric Lavallée

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2018 Sundance Film Festival Predictions: Emma Forrest’s Untogether

17 November 2017 12:00 PM, PST

A journalist turned author, turned scribe (she was on the Blacklist for Liars (A-e) in 2009) turned helmer, Emma Forrest wrote and directed her feature debut back in October of 2016.

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- Eric Lavallée

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2018 Sundance Film Festival Predictions: David Robert Mitchell’s Under the Silver Lake

17 November 2017 11:30 AM, PST

We often talk about the all important sophomore film, but the third often yields better results. As might be the case for David Robert Mitchell‘s heavily supported, and highly anticipated Under the Silver Lake.

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- Eric Lavallée

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2018 Sundance Film Festival Predictions: Jason Reitman’s Tully

17 November 2017 9:45 AM, PST

Stamped with an April 20th release date via the Focus Features folks (they picked it up last May), there is no reason to premiere early, but while we normally associate him with Tiff, Jason Reitman has been an off and on regular at Sundance since debuting his short, Operation in 98.

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- Eric Lavallée

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2018 Sundance Film Festival Predictions: Peter Brunner’s To the Night

17 November 2017 9:30 AM, PST

For his fifth feature and English language debut, Austrian helmer Peter Brunner moves into gritty, street-fashioned shoot in NYC.

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- Eric Lavallée

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2018 Sundance Film Festival Predictions: Jennifer Fox’s The Tale

17 November 2017 9:15 AM, PST

As they were still putting final touches on the project at the midway point of 2017, and didn’t drop in the fall fest season, the consensus logical next step is an early 2018 showing.

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- Eric Lavallée

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2018 Sundance Film Festival Predictions: Desiree Akhavan’s The Miseducation of Cameron Post

17 November 2017 9:10 AM, PST

One of the choice multi-tasker discoveries of 2014 Sundance edition both behind, and in-front of the camera, Desiree Akhavan recently divulged (to IndieWIRE) just what one can expect after having a hot property in Park City that is not a real estate listing.

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- Eric Lavallée

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2018 Sundance Film Festival Predictions: Marco Proserpio’s The Man Who Stole Banksy

17 November 2017 9:05 AM, PST

What do Park City and the West Bank have in common? At one point in time, they were both mural sites for Banksy originals.

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- Eric Lavallée

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