Seeking Independents at a 'Corporate' Sundance Festival The independent nature of the annual Sundance Film Festival has been eroded in recent years as more films shown there have already landed distribution deals. But despite criticism that it's become too "corporate," Sundance still produces surprises. Hear NPR's Bob Edwards and Los Angeles Times film critic Kenneth Turan.
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Seeking Independents at a 'Corporate' Sundance Festival

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Seeking Independents at a 'Corporate' Sundance Festival

Seeking Independents at a 'Corporate' Sundance Festival

Seeking Independents at a 'Corporate' Sundance Festival

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The independent nature of the annual Sundance Film Festival has been eroded in recent years as more films shown there have already landed distribution deals. But despite criticism that it's become too "corporate," Sundance still produces surprises. Hear NPR's Bob Edwards and Los Angeles Times film critic Kenneth Turan.