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The annual Sundance Film Festival opens Thursday in the mountains of Utah with its usual selection of quirky, independent movies – and with its iconic founder Robert Redford back on the big screen."Boyhood" and "Whiplash," which both won Golden Globes this month and have multiple nominations for this year's Academy Awards, each debuted at the film festival 12 months ago.Redford will open this year's festival with the traditional news conference in the Utah ski resort of Park City Thursday.Another topical doc, in the wake of recent U.S. protests triggered by the killings of unarmed black men by white police officers, is Marc Silver's "3 and 1/2 Minutes" which recounts the November 2012 death of a 17-year-old boy during a gas station argument.It's been noted that Sundance, now in its 31st year, has steadily outgrown its indie-film roots to showcase emerging and established talent in art, music, television, film and new media.
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