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The 2015 Sundance Film Festival ran in Park City, Utah, from January 22 until February 2. Day One films included What Happened, Miss Simone? and The Bronze. Slow West won the World Cinema Dramatic Competition and Me And Earl And The Dying Girl won the US Dramatic Competition.
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A high flying lawyer develops a habit of using escort services, putting his marriage and career in danger.
When two teenage children go missing in the desert, their parents' lives begin to unravel.
A teenager pressured into keeping his homosexuality a secret at a family gathering finds himself accused of assaulting a young girl.
A documentary about the conflict that ensued after one man unwittingly purchased another man's amputated leg in an auction.
A documentary about the ascent of an unconquered mountain.
All is not right in suburbia. Laney Brooks, a wife and mother on the edge, has stopped taking her meds, substituting recreational drugs and the wrong men. With the destruction of her family looming, Laney makes a last, desperate attempt at redemption.
A heartbroken Christmas tree salesman returns to New York, hoping to put the past year behind him.
A young New Yorker struggles to take control of his reckless, self-destructive behaviour in the face of momentous family challenges.
Documentary charts the problems of mass extinction.
The first film to document on camera a covert counterterrorism sting as it unfolds.
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