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Sundance Seeks Return to Indie Roots

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Sundance Seeks Return to Indie Roots

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Sundance Seeks Return to Indie Roots

Sundance Seeks Return to Indie Roots

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The Sundance Film Festival kicks off in Park City, Utah. In the past few years, Sundance has become associated with Hollywood sightings, glamorous parties and celebrity skiing. This year, festival organizers are trying to take the event back to its independent roots by featuring more films from unknown directors. David D'Arcy reports.

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