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Sundance Review: Security at "After Tiller" Premiere

Jan 19th 2013

Sundance Review: Security at "After Tiller" Premiere

Just four doctors in the United States practice late term abortions. Every time they go to work, walk out of their front doors or attend church, the threat of death goes with them. And, on Friday afternoon, at the Sundance Film Festival premiere of After Tiller—a documentary about their murdered colleague Dr. George Tiller—all four of these doctors were gathered together in one, small Park City theater. Read More

Sundance: The party scene after dark

Jan 19th 2013

Sundance: The party scene after dark

Parties have historically been a more notorious element of the Sundance Film Festival. I got to attend two on the second night of the Fest: one fairly sedate and civilized; the other like entering a parallel reality. Read More

Sundance Review: "Moo Man"

Jan 19th 2013

Sundance Review: "Moo Man"

This story of a man and his cows in Sussex is a snapshot of the triumphs and tragedies of rapidly disappearing family farms. Mooooving. Read More


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