Google and The World Brain, looks like an amazing film, and addresses the ever growing concern of monopolies in the industry, intellectual property rights, copyrighting content and more. I will definitely be viewing this film as soon as I am able.


The annual Sundance Film Festival—which runs from Jan. 17–27 this year—was, when founded by Robert Redford, a small event to foster independent filmmaking. Now, it’s one of the biggest and most important events on the global film-festival calendar, with tough competition, a packed program and many alumni who go on to compete at the Oscars (like this year’s Beasts of the Southern Wild).

So, whether or not you’re lucky enough to make it out to the festival’s location in Park City, Utah, there’s plenty of reason to pay attention to the movies you may be hearing about soon.

(MORE20 Movies We’re Looking Forward to in 2013 (and 5 We’re Definitely Not))

If your thing is comedykeep an eye out for two feature films, A.C.O.D. and Austenland.The former—the title of which stands for “adult child of divorce” and which will…

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