Slamdance 2014 Preview

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20 years in and Slamdance is still considered the upstart in Park City. A veteran with the spunk of youth then, the fest has become one of the premiere places to scope out first time directors and truly low-budget independents. Yes, the DIY spirit is alive and kicking (down doors) at Slamdance, and this year with the big anniversary, things look to be a good 'un. So let's take a gander at some highlights from the fest's narrative and documentary competitions, plus a few films from their Beyond (second or third time directors) program.

Slamdance 2014 runs from January 17-23. Click here for the full line up.   


Student academy award winning filmmaker Mark Raso brings us a tale of angry young men, dark family secrets, and the transformative power of love. Like a smart pop song, Copenhagen consistently subverts expectations and finds magic in its melancholy.


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