September Now Playing: Don Jon, C.O.G., and more
Don Jon
September Now Playing: Don Jon, C.O.G., and more
September Now Playing: Don Jon, C.O.G., and more
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September Now Playing: Don Jon, C.O.G., and more

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Check out these Sundance Institute and Sundance Film Festival supported films hitting theatres, coming to DVD, or showing through #ArtistServices and the YouTube Screening Room this month.

Friday, September 6

Adore, directed by Anne Fontaine

A Teacher, directed by Hannah Fidell

Fire In The Blood, directed by Dylan Mohan Gray

99%--The Occupy Wall Street Collaborative Film, directed by Audrey Ewell, Aaron Aites, Lucian Read, Nina Krstic

Touchy Feely, directed by Lynn Shelton

Hell Baby, directed by Robert Ben Garant and Thomas Lennon

American Milkshake, directed by David Andalman and Mariko Munro

Friday, September 13

Mother of George, directed by Andrew Dosunmu

Blue Caprice, directed by Alexandre Moors

Wednesday, September 18

Newlyweeds, directed by Shaka King

Friday, September 20

C.O.G., directed by Kyle Patrick Alvarez

After Tiller, directed by Martha Shane and Lana Wilson

Friday, September 27

Don Jon, directed by Joseph Gordon-Levitt

We Are What We Are, directed by Jim Mickle 

Valentine Road, directed by Marta Cunningham

Muscle Shoals, directed by Greg Camalier

Inequality For All, directed by Jacob Kornbluth 


Tuesday, September 3

Violeta Went to Heaven, directed by Andrés Wood  (2012 Sundance Film Festival)

Tuesday, September 17

All She Can, directed  by Amy Wendel (2011 Sundance Film Festival) 

Gypsy Davy, directed by Rachel Leah Jones (2012 Sundance Film Festival) 

L.I.E., directed by Michael Cuesta (2001 Sundance Film Festival) 

Made in L.A., directed by Almudena Carracedo (2006 Sundance Institute Documentary Film Grant) 

Putin’s Kiss, directed by Lise Birk Pedersen (2012 Sundance Film Festival) 

Romántico, directed by Mark Becker (2005 Sundance Film Festival)

Sing Me the Songs That Say I Love You: A Concert for Kate McGarrigle, directed by Lian Lunson (2012 Sundance London)

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