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    BLACK ROCK written by Mark Duplass directed by Katie Aselton

    by Adele Romanski

    Three childhood friends go on a girls' weekend getaway to Black Rock Island. When they get there they soon realize they are not alone.

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    I USED TO BE DARKER

    by Matt Porterfield

    A new film by Matt Porterfield (HAMILTON, PUTTY HILL) about family, love and letting go. Shooting in Baltimore this summer.

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    Henley

    by Craig Macneill

    Meet 9-year-old Ted Henley – budding motel manager, and road kill entrepreneur.

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    Bring BEETLE QUEEN CONQUERS TOKYO to a theater near you!

    by Jessica Oreck

    This film is about the Japanese enthusiasm for insects. It encourages audiences to rethink the way we look not just at bugs, but all of nature.

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    Sundance Award Winning Film on the Egyptian Revolution

    by Jehane Noujaim

    What does it mean to risk your life for your ideals? How far will five revolutionaries go to fight for the future of their country?

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    Codependent Lesbian Space Alien Seeks Same

    by lucy sexton

    In Madeleine Olnek's B-movie sci-fi film comedy 3 lesbian aliens come to earth to save their planet by visiting NYCs gay dating scene.

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    ME AT THE ZOO

    by Me at the Zoo

    Me at the Zoo is a feature documentary about Chris Crocker and the phenomenon of Internet celebrity.

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    Playtime (Spielzeit)

    by Lucas Mireles

    Inspired by Billy Wilder's 'People On Sunday', Playtime is a seamless journey through the lives of German youth on a Sunday afternoon.

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    To Catch a Dollar: Muhammad Yunus Banks on America

    by Gayle Ferraro

    A documentary that follows Nobel Laureate Professor Yunus as he brings his unique and revolutionary microfinance program to the U.S.

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    ABACUS @ Sundance Film Fest 2012

    by Lars America Jan

    ABACUS is a visually immersive multimedia presentation about the future of national borders and how contemporary persuasion works.

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    Kickstart Newlyweeds to Sundance

    by Shaka King

    A love triangle between a repo man, his globetrotting girlfriend, and Marijuana.

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    Live Radical and CHANGE THE WORLD! - Our First FEATURE FILM Needs Your Gracious Love.

    by Matthew Lessner

    We want to change the world. - We moved to the woods, financed, and shot a film about people who want to change the world. - Now we need your help.

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    INEQUALITY FOR ALL

    by INEQUALITY FOR ALL

    INEQUALITY FOR ALL examines the crisis of widening income inequality in the US through the eyes & the influential work of Robert Reich.

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    KEEP THE LIGHTS ON

    by Ira Sachs

    Ira Sachs' KEEP THE LIGHTS ON is a new film about gay life and love in New York City.

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    Get TUB to Sundance!

    by BobbyMiller

    TUB is a short film playing Sundance this year. It's about a guy who jerks off in the shower and accidentally impregnates his tub. We need your help!

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    The Strange Ones // post-production funds

    by The Strange Ones

    THE STRANGE ONES is premiering at the 2011 Sundance Film Festival! The only thing is... we need to finish it first. Please help us!

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    Pariah the Movie

    by Dee Rees

    Who do you become when you can't be yourself?

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    Indie Game: The Movie - The Final Push

    by BlinkWorks

    Indie Game: The Movie is a feature documentary that follows video game developers as they create and release their games to the world.

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    An Oversimplification of Her Beauty

    by Terence Nance

    Help us get to Sundance! Our feature film has been accepted to Sundance. Now all we have to do is raise finishing funds.

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    "Letters From the Big Man" - home video distribution

    by Christopher Munch

    Sarah Smith (Lily Rabe), an artist and hydrologist, sets out on a post-fire stream survey, during which she encounters a sasquatch man.

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