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The Daily Buzz from Sundance: Day 9 (2/6/20)


Hear from two Sundance films and two Slamdance films this episode. Filmmakers Jason Loftus and Eric Pedicelli expose the story of a former Chinese insider and how he was held at a brainwashing camp in ASK NO QUESTIONS. We also talk to filmmaker Heather Young and producer Martha Cooley about MURMUR, the Slamdance special jury award winner for narrative feature. The film about a lonely older woman who adopts animals to ease her solitude features Shan MacDonald in her first role. Nanette Burstein stops by to tell us about HILLARY, a mini-series that will be available on HULU about Hillary Rodham Clinton. And Sundance vet Jeff Orlowski (CHASING ICE, CHASING CORAL) speaks with us about his new documentary, THE SOCIAL DILEMMA, with subject Tristan Harris from theCenter for Humane Technology.

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The Daily Buzz from the Sundance Film Festival was an recurring series, recorded on-site in Park City, Utah during Sundance and featuring interviews with some of the most important voices in the entertainment industry, including directors, actors, producers, festival directors and journalists in the independent film world. It aired during Sundance from 2014-2020.
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