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    SLAMDANCE 2013

    By | January 16, 2013

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    Last year (2012) was my first experience ever covering Slamdance, albeit remotely from Austin. While watching DVD screeners from the comfort of my home, I discovered one of my favorite narrative films of 2012, Keith Miller’s Welcome to Pine Hill. How that film did not get programmed by either Sundance or SXSW is beyond me; nonetheless, that one film taught me a lot about the relevance of Slamdance. Sure, Slamdance might not yet be able to score the star-studded marquee premieres that Sundance is able to program, but they seem to have their thumb on the cutting edge of truly independent cinema.

    This year, I will be traveling to Park City for my first time to cover the Sundance Film Festival. I never knew that planning for one film festival could be so damn stressful and time-consuming; but, I am still quite determined to fit some Slamdance films into the mix as well. (Luckily, I was able to get a bit of a jump start by watching some screeners!)

    Here is what I have on my “absolute must see!” list for Slamdance:

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    Best Friends Forever

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    Diamond on Vinyl

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    The Dirties

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    Domestic

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    Fynbos

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    Ghost Team One

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    Hank and Asha

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    Joy De V

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    Musgo

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