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A matchmaking trip to the coast leads to tragedy.
The struggles of a dysfunctional family in the years following a tragic accident.
Documentary on the DIY independent film movement that emerged in tandem with punk rock in late Seventies downtown New York.
Charting the history of iconic New York club and its fight for survival.
A family's secrets threaten its stability.
Profile of Eighties New York art scene enfant terrible, Mark Kostabi.
The filmmaker's personal quest to determine the role that anti-Semitism plays today.
A cellist comes to terms with love and loss after he switches professions to deal with the dead.
When a young Englishman takes his American bride to meet his family sparks soon fly.
A writer is haunted by the living.
Two long-time confidants negotiate feelings and friendships during their college break.
A man finds his life spiralling out of control after he enlists in a drug trial.
Vision of relationships explored through 'found footage'.
A middle-class teen and her lesbian maid find plans to forge a life together thwarted by a death.
Hard-hitting look at families suffering malnutrition in Brazil.
Pornography is made subject to philosophy in this speculative art film.
A phonecall from his past prompts a man to go on a journey in the hopes of redemption.
A miserable musician finds love comes lately after he heads to Serbia for a marriage of convenience.
Retro suspense thriller centers on a cash-strapped college girl who answers a babysitting ad only to gradually unravel the horrifying secret behind why she was truly hired.
Generations of women free divers tell their story.
Eric Bana's debut documentary traces his love affair with his Ford XB Falcon Coupe.
A man spins an outrageous fable to impress his village but as the lie begins to unravel surprising allegiances form.
A suicidal man considers the five women he has loved and lost.
Young Brazilians train hard in the hope of becoming ballet stars.
Documentary focuses on the hypocritical voting records of closeted gay politicians.
Two siblings rival each other inside the world of professional football.
The odyssey of a US-born Palestinian woman who travels back to the land of her forebears.
A man returns to his old high school and finds its as though he never left.
A group of middle-aged sportsman decide to form an all-male synchronised swimming team.
What would you do if you had a device that told you when you would meet your romantic destiny?
The Tinman poses for snaps.
Man in the No We talk to Pablo Larraín about his Oscar-nominated film.
Sundance Day Six: Focus Forward Competition winners Innovation and emerging documentary voices, as winners take home $200,000 in prize money.
Sundance 2013: Days 4 and 5 The Machine Which Makes Everything Disappear, Upstream Color, The Way, Way Back and Blackfish.
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