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Saturday, January 27, 2007

Sundance continued

Posted By on Sat, Jan 27, 2007 at 11:19 AM

As the film wraps up this weekend, here's an interview with Kenneth Turan from the LA Times on NPR.  He talks about "Grace is Gone," starring John Cusack and "Once," a film about street musicians from Ireland. 

Turan says the fuss over "Hounddog" is more interesting than the film.

Turan likes "Away from Her," the film by Sarah Polley (see photo above) and the documentaries "In the Shadow of the Moon," about the exploration of the moon; "Protagonist," intercuts the stories of four men who went to extreme points in their lives.

Elvis Mitchell says "My Kid Could Paint That," "In the Shadow of the Moon," and "Son of Rambow" are all getting attention.

The festival concludes tomorrow when they announce competition winners.




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