Sundance 2013 Film Reviews

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Sundance 2013 Film Reviews

Paste sent film writer Jeremy Mathews, film editor Michael Dunaway and editor-in-chief Josh Jackson to cover Sundance this year, and they saw a lot of movies. We’ll be posting short reviews of all the films they saw—the latest narratives from directors like Richard Linklater, David Gordon Green and Chan-wook Park, documentaries on Muscle Shoals and Sound City and even a few movies from Slamdance. Check back throughout the week as we’ll keep adding more even after the festival wraps.

Before Midnight (Directed by Richard Linklater)
Breathe In (Directed by Drake Doremus)
Crystal Fairy (Directed by Sebastián Silva)
C.O.G. (Directed by Kyle Patrick Alvarez)
Cutie and the Boxer (Directed by Zachary Heinzerling)
The East (Directed by Zal Batmanglij)
Fruitvale (Directed by Ryan Coogler)
The Gatekeepers (Directed by Dror Moreh)
Manhunt (Directed by Greg Barker)
Upstream Color (Directed by Shane Carruth)
We Are What We Are (Directed by Jim Mickle)

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