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Sundance 2012. Trailers 1: Competitions

Over 20 trailers for films competing at Sundance so far.
The Daily

Trailer roundups can grow to be rather unwieldy and slow to load, so I'm rounding up trailers for films screening at this year's Sundance Film Festival in two batches, the competitions and all the other programs.



Ira Sachs's Keep the Lights On


Ava DuVernay's Middle of Nowhere


Youssef Delara and Michael D Olmos's Filly Brown



Alison Klayman's Ai Weiwei: Never Sorry


Kirby Dick's The Invisible War


Heidi Ewing and Rachel Grady's Detropia


Sam Pollard's Slavery by Another Name


Kristi Jacobson and Lori Silverbush's Finding North



The trailer for Keiichi Kobayashi's About the Pink Sky is here.


Luciano Moura's Father's Chair (A Cadeira do Pai)


Babis Makridis's L


Armando Bó's The Last Elvis (El Ultimo Elvis)


David Trueba's Madrid, 1987


Andrés Wood's Violeta Went to Heaven


Kieran Darcy-Smith's Wish You Were Here


And the trailer for Quentin Dupieux's Wrong is here.



Omar Shargawi and Karim El Hakim's ½ REVOLUTION


Mads Brügger's The Ambassador


Fredrik Gertten's Big Boys Gone Bananas!*


Yung Chang's China Heavyweight


Rachel Leah Jones's Gypsy Davy


Lisanne Pajot and James Swirsky's Indie Game: The Movie


Ra'anan Alexandrowicz and Liran Atzmor's The Law in These Parts


Jennifer Baichwal's Payback


Lise Birk Pedersen's Putin's Kiss


I'll be updating the roundup with more trailers as they appear until the festival opens on Thursday.

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