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Romney attends Sundance premiere of ‘MITT’

This March 15, 2013 file photo shows former Massachusetts Gov., and 2012 Republican presidential candidate, Mitt Romney at the 40th annual Conservative Political Action Conference in National Harbor, Maryland. AP

Mitt Romney surprised filmgoers when he came to the Salt Lake City premiere of “MITT,” the documentary that tracks his run for the presidency. But he declined to share what he thought about the movie afterward, even with the filmmaker behind it.

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Be careful what you wish for…

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TEMPLE AND HAHN. Their Sundance-winning drama reminds viewers to count their blessings

“Be careful what you wish for.” This cautionary reminder comes to mind when you watch Sundance Best Director Jill Soloway’s “Afternoon Delight” (showing next week).

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Sundance reveals 2014 dramatic film lineup

This photo provided by the Sundance Institute shows Bill Hader, left, and Kristen Wiig, in a scene from the film, "The Skeleton Twins," directed by Craig Johnson. AP

Ladies will continue to drive the feature lineup at the 2014 Sundance Film Festival as Robert Redford’s independent-cinema fair celebrates its 30th anniversary next month in Park City, Utah.

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‘Metro Manila’ wins at Sundance Film Festival

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British filmmaker Sean Ellis’ “Metro Manila” wins the World Cinema Dramatic Audience Award at the Sundance film fest which ends in Utah Saturday (Sunday Manila time), according to Filipino actor John Arcilla who attended the event.

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Sex, Internet, music on tap at Sundance film fest

Sex, the Internet and good, old fashioned rock ‘n’ roll will dominate the 29th Sundance Film Festival, the top showcase of independent cinema that opened recently in the snowy mountains of Utah.

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Review: ‘Central Park Five’ sets record straight

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This film image released by Sundance Selects shows accused rapist Yusef Salaam being escorted by police in New York in 1990. Salaam is the subject of the documentary, "The Central Park Five," about the 1989 case of five black and Latino teenagers who were convicted of raping a white woman in Central Park. AP/Sundance Selects, NY Daily News

“The Central Park Five” takes an emotionally charged subject — the wrongful conviction and imprisonment of five black and Hispanic teenage boys for the rape of a white female jogger — and makes its case in a straightforward, detached manner.

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