Sundance Documentaries

— David D'Arcy reports that the Sundance Film Festival's attention was focussed on two biographical documentaries. One, about Woody Allen, was made by an acclaimed director and greeted warmly. The other, about the death of Kurt Cobain, was banished from the festival because its obscure director ran into legal threats from the subject's widow.

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