Photos of celebrities at Sundance taken with a vintage camera

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By Rachel Oakley in New Photography on Wednesday 22 April 2015

Instead of using a fancy-pants camera to capture celebrities at Sundance, photographer Victoria Will used a very old technique of photography known as tintype.

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Here’s a stunning documentary about isolation and film that just won the Grand Jury prize at Sundance

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By Brian Wilson in New Film on Friday 13 March 2015

Staying indoors for a couple days without leaving can begin to feel pretty claustrophobic, so imagine what staying indoors for 14 years would feel like. That’s exactly what the seven siblings in Crystal Moselle’s stunning new documentary The Wolfpack did.

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Australian horror film The Babadook scares everyone at Sundance

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By Inigo del Castillo in New Film on Saturday 1 February 2014

What started as a humble Kickstarter project that barely received funding has turned into the buzz of the Sundance Festival. ‘The Babadook’ wowed critics at Sundance with its tension, drama, and of course, horror, garnering the up-and-coming Aussie writer and director Jennifer Kent much praise. The story is about a widow and her son, who […]

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I Am Not A Hipster: Watch this film, even if you hate hipsters

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By Brad Lamers in New Film on Tuesday 12 February 2013

Many things can fuel an artist to create. I Am Not A Hipster follows a singer-songwriter on his cathartic quest to write songs after the death of his mother. This film is an interesting look at the personal struggles of the creative process, all set in the unique world of the San Diego art scene. […]

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Flex is Kings: a documentary on New York street dance

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By Christopher Stribley in New Film on Thursday 29 March 2012

I’m really looking forward to seeing my friend Deidre Schoo’s documentary on East New York street dance called Flex is Kings. Schoo and Michael Beach Nichols have worked hard, shooting over 300 hours of footage to compile this stunning documentary. Having just won a spot on Indiewire’s Project of the Week, they now have the opportunity to receive […]

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