While awards season is underway and moving towards next year’s Academy Awards, the Sundance Film Festival has their eyes the next set of critical darlings as they announced their competition lineup.
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With Sundance just around the corner, we’re bringing you our picks for what’s worth watching at the festival. In the category of U.S. Dramatic Competition, the festival features domestic narrative films from up and coming filmmakers. Here’s a few of those films that caught our attention.
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Logline: A turf war has been raging for generations in the fictional seaside community of Oldtown. On one side is the Syndicate gang of misfits who have been trying to muscle the San Diego family out of land they own in the center of town. On the other side is twin brothers Tony and Johnny and their sister Salsa. Most of their family were killed in the turf wars and now the Syndicate wants to get rid of the remaining members of the family to take over Oldtown for good.