Sundance Film Festival 2013

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Boneshaker Boneshaker
Boneshaker and Broken Night
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.
Boneshaker (Director: Nuotama Frances Bodomo; Writer: Frances Bodomo)
An African family lost in America travel to a Louisiana church to find a cure for a problem child.
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.
Broken Night (Country: US; Year: 2013; Director: Guillermo Arriaga; Writer: Guillermo Arriaga; Stars: Dominique McElligott, Alexis Durabrow, Trenton Kaiser, Robert Homyak)
A young woman and her four-year-old daughter find a road trip turns into a nightmare.
The Captain (Director: Nash Edgerton, Spencer Susser; Writer: Nash Edgerton, Spencer Susser, Taika Waititi)
A man wakes up with a hangover, only to discover the consequences of his actions.
The Cub (Director: Riley Stearns; Writer: Riley Stearns)
Wolves make the best parents.
GUN (Director: Spencer Gillis; Writer: Spencer Gillis)
Roy purchases a handgun to protect his wife and newborn baby after a terrifying home invasion. The newfound sense of power Roy feels carrying the weapon becomes an obsession, leading him down a reckless path that may have tragic consequences.
Karaoke! (Director: Andrew F. Renzi; Writer: Andrew F. Renzi)
On a night out in New York City, a young man tries to avoid his problems.
K.I.T. (Director: Michelle Morgan; Writer: Michelle Morgan)
A guilt-ridden, but well-intentioned, yuppie goes to great lengths to prove she is a decent person.
Movies Made From Home # 15 (Director: Robert Machoian; Writer: Robert Machoian)
Robert attempts to keep himself healthy and fit so he can live as long as possible, unaware of what that really means.
Movies Made From Home # 6 (Director: Robert Machoian; Writer: Robert Machoian)
Debbie is good at playing hide and seek – so good she is often hard to find.
Palimpsest (Director: Michael Tyburski; Writer: Michael Tyburski, Ben Nabors)
A successful house tuner provides clients with a unique form of therapy that examines subtle details in their living spaces.
#PostModem (Director: Jillian Mayer, Lucas Leyva; Writer: Jillian Mayer, Lucas Leyva)
A comedic, satirical, sci-fi pop musical based on the theories of Ray Kurzweil and other futurists, #PostModem is the story of two Miami girls and how they deal with technological singularity, as told through a series of cinematic tweets.
Record/Play (Director: Jesse Atlas; Writer: Aaron Wolfe, Jesse Atlas)
War, fate, and a broken Walkman transcend time and space in this sci-fi love story.
Skin (Director: Jordana Spiro; Writer: Jordana Spiro, David Pablos)
A young taxidermist and small town loner is entranced by a girl who finds his work beautiful. Just as their relationship begins to progress, he does something that drastically changes everything.
Social Butterfly (Director: Lauren Wolkstein; Writer: Lauren Wolkstein)
When a 30-year-old American woman attends a teenage party in the south of France, guests wonder who she is and what she is doing there.
What Do We Have in Our Pockets? (Director: Goran Dukic; Writer: Goran Dukic)
A most unusual love story unravels when the objects in a young man's pockets come to life. Based on a short story by Etgar Keret.
Whiplash (Director: Damien Chazelle; Writer: Damien Chazelle)
An aspiring drummer enters an elite conservatory’s top jazz orchestra.

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