In this July 11, 2012 file photo, pop singer Lance Bass poses for a photo during an interview in Los Angeles. (AP Photo/Richard Vogel, File)
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Associated Press reporters at the Sundance Film Festival share what's in their notebooks:"Kidnapped for Christ" debuted at the Slamdance Film Festival, an alternative film festival running at the same time as the Sundance Film Festival, last week.Bass said the reaction to the film at Slamdance has been overwhelming.Besides the documentary, which does not yet have a distributor, there is also the website for the film, kidnappedforchrist.com.CLOSE AND FLEA MAKE BEAUTIFUL MUSIC: Following the premiere of the film adaptation of A.J. Albany's memoir "Low Down: Junk, Jazz, and Other Fairy Tales from Childhood," the movie's stars, Glenn Close and Flea, of the Red Hot Chili Peppers, shared the spotlight on a different stage to create some sweet sounds.Webber, an actor, director and screenwriter, has two films -- "Laggies" and "Happy Christmas" -- premiering at the festival.
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