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US stars of tomorrow

Over the past two decades, the Sundance Film Festival has developed into two distinct events. The festival, as started by Robert Redford, has actually changed very little over the last 20 years. Despite the new programmes and categories, and the increasing number of submissions - 1,852 US features this year - the festival's focus on new documentary and feature film-makers stays true. As festival director Geoffrey Gilmore affirms: "From the start, the festival has been a platform for ...

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