SUNDANCE 2014 MEGA-POST

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This is where you'll find all of Film.com's coverage of the 2014 Sundance Film Festival in one easy place. This post will remain at the top of the site throughout the fest and will be updated several times per day as we publish new content.

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REVIEWS:

- BLUE RUIN (Jeremy Saulnier) – 8.6 / 10 *First published for TIFF 2013

- BOYHOOD (Richard Linklater) – 9.5 / 10

- CALVARY (John Michael McDonagh) – 6.5 / 10

- CAMP X-RAY (Peter Sattler) – 6.6 / 10

- COOTIES (Jonathan Milott & Cary Murnion) – 5.0 / 10

- THE DOUBLE (Richard Ayoade) – 7.9 / 10 *First published for TIFF 2013

- GOD HELP THE GIRL (Stuart Murdoch) – 6.4 / 10

- HAPPY CHRISTMAS (Joe Swanberg) – 7.9 / 10

- I ORIGINS (Mike Cahill) – 6.0 / 10

- KUMIKO, THE TREASURE HUNTER (David Zellner) – 9.1 / 10

- LAGGIES (Lynn Shelton) – 8.2 /10

- LAND HO! (Aaron Katz & Martha Stephens) – 6.5 / 10

- LIFE AFTER BETH (Jeff Baena) – 6.1 / 10

- LIFE ITSELF (Steve James) – 7.7 /10

- LISTEN UP PHILIP (Alex Ross Perry) – 8.9 / 10

- LOCKE (Steven Knight) – 8.1 / 10

- LOVE IS STRANGE (Ira Sachs) – 8.9 / 10

- A MOST WANTED MAN (Anton Corbijn) – 8.3 / 10

- THE ONE I LOVE (Charlie McDowell) – 8.8 / 10

- ONLY LOVERS LEFT ALIVE (Jim Jarmusch) – 9.2 / 10 *First published for NYFF 2013

- PING PONG SUMMER (Michael Tully) – 3.0 / 10 *Published for International Film Festival Rotterdam 2014

- THE RAID 2: BERANDAL (Gareth Evans) – 8.4 / 10

- THE SKELETON TWINS (Craig Johnson) – 6.5 / 10

- THE TRIP TO ITALY (Michael Winterbottom) – 7.9 / 10

- THEY CAME TOGETHER (David Wain) – 8.0 / 10

- THE VOICES (Marjane Satrapi) – 9.0 / 10

- WETLANDS (David Wnendt) – 6.9 / 10

- WHIPLASH (Damien Chazelle) – 8.5 / 10

- WHITE BIRD IN A BLIZZARD (Gregg Araki) – 6.0 / 10

- WISH I WAS HERE (Zach Braff) – 5.7 / 10

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INTERVIEWS:

- Desiree Akhavan (APPROPRIATE BEHAVIOR)

- Mike Cahill (I ORIGINS)

- Rinko Kikuchi & the Zellner brothers (KUMIKO, THE TREASURE HUNTER)

- Rose McGowan (DAWN)

- Göran Hugo Olsson (CONCERNING VIOLENCE)

- Marjane Satrapi (THE VOICES) 

- Adam Wingard (THE GUEST)

SHORTS:

- The 15 Must-See Shorts at Sundance this Year