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(KSL News) Organizers of the Sundance Film Festival say this year's entries are more daring.
They announced tonight the 64 films which will play in January. Sundance's director says the range of subject and storytelling has a quality that stays true to its independent roots.
The competition will also have documentaries, covering topics like the Iraq war, and voting troubles in past presidential elections.