Sundance Film Festival 2013

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The Apocalypse (Director: Andrew Zuchero; Writer: Andrew Zuchero)
Four uninspired friends try to come up with a terrific idea for how to spend their Saturday afternoon.
Black Metal (Director: Kat Candler ; Writer: Kat Candler)
After a career spent mining his music from the shadows, one fan creates a chain reaction for the lead singer of a black metal band.
The Date (Country: Finland; Director: Jenni Toivoniemi; Writer: Jenni Toivoniemi)
Tino’s manhood is put to the test in front of two women when he has to host a date for Diablo, the family’s stud cat.
Irish Folk Furniture (Country: Ireland; Director: Tony Donoghue)
In Ireland, old hand-painted furniture is often associated with hard times, with poverty, and with a time many would rather forget. In this animated documentary, 16 pieces of traditional folk furniture are repaired and returned home.
Jonah (Country: Tanzania, UK; Director: Kibwe Tavares; Writer: Jack Thorne)
When two young men photograph a gigantic fish leaping from the sea, their small town becomes a tourist attraction in this story about the old and the new.
Reindeer (Country: UK, Finland; Year: 2011; Director: Eva Weber)
Portrait of reindeer herding in Lapland.
Until The Quiet Comes (Country: US; Year: 2013; Director: Kahlil Joseph; Writer: Kahlil Joseph; Stars: Solomon Gibbs, Storyboard P., Flying Lotus)
Shot in the Nickerson Gardens housing projects in Watts, Los Angeles, this film deals with themes of violence, camaraderie and spirituality through the lens of magical realism.
Whiplash (Director: Damien Chazelle; Writer: Damien Chazelle)
An aspiring drummer enters an elite conservatory’s top jazz orchestra.
The Whistle (Director: Grzegorz Zariczny)
Marcin, a lowest-leagues football referee who lives in a small town near Krakow, dreams of better times. At his mother’s urging, he decides to change his life and find himself a girlfriend and a better job.
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