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Sundance Spotlight: “Thunder Road” Awarded Short Film Grand Jury Prize, Magnolia Pictures Acquires Werner Herzog Documentary
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Now that the festival’s biggest purchase has been made, things are starting to get a little quieter at Sundance — but that doesn’t mean films aren’t getting snatched up by studios. Acquisitions are still being made on some of the festival’s most buzzed about titles and the first round of awards have been handed out for short filmmaking.

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Your Guide To The 2016 Sundance Film Festival: Premieres
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With Sundance just around the corner, we’re bringing you our picks for what’s worth watching at the festival. From films about the New Zealand bush, ’80s teen new wave bands, and–you guessed it–wiener dogs, here is a hearty serving of some of the most intriguing films in the ‘Premieres’ category.

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BATHING FLO (SALES)
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Logline: A struggling actor’s life becomes exponentially more complicated when he moves in to his friend’s place to help take care of his aging mother.

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SCOUT (SALES)
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Logline: A misbehaving teenager convinces a man considering suicide to join her on a road trip across Texas to locate her younger sister.

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DRAFT DAY (SALES)
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Logline: Story revolves around the general manager of the Cleveland Browns as he spends the day of the National Football League draft frantically trying to get the number one pick for his struggling team.

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DANCE HALL (SALES)
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Logline: In 1982, a young woman’s surfaces in Lake Placid, opening up a twenty year-old murder case that digs into the darker side of some very rich residents.

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THE AGE OF ADALINE (SALES)
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Logline: Story centers on a young woman, born at the turn of 20th century, who is rendered ageless after an accident. After years of a solitary life, she meets a man who might be worth losing her immortality.