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Exclusive celebrity portraits from The Times' Sundance photo studio

Say cheese, Sundance!

The stars are out at the 2016 edition of the Sundance Film Festival in Park City, Utah, where the L.A. Times has set up a photo studio to snap some shots of Hollywood players while they take a break from the festival frenzy and snowy cold.

Here's a sampling of 10 of the biggest stars at the fest promoting their new films both in and out of competition.

All photos by The Times photographer Jay L. Clendenin.

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Casey Affleck is at the festival with his acclaimed new film, "Manchester by the Sea," from "You Can Count on Me" director Kenneth Lonergan.

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Kate Beckinsale is among the stars of Whit Stillman's Jane Austen adaptation, "Love and Friendship."

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Sundance vet Don Cheadle is the director and star of the highly anticipated Miles Davis biopic "Miles Ahead."

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Paul Dano, from left, Daniel Radcliffe and Mary Elizabeth Winstead, costar in "Swiss Army Man," which drew some harsh reactions from fest-goers.

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Festival fixture Greta Gerwig can be seen in Todd Solondz' newest film, "Weiner-Dog," a semi-sequel to his 1995 breakthrough, "Welcome to the Dollhouse."

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Pop star-turned-actor Nick Jonas is in town for his new film, "Goat."

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"Chi-Raq" director Spike Lee brought his King of Pop documentary, "Michael Jackson's Journey From Motown to Off the Wall," to Sundance this year.

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"Lord of the Rings" actor Viggo Mortensen stars in the Sundace film "Captain Fantastic."

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Oscar nominee Ellen Page ("Juno") can be seen in "Tallulah," which marks the directorial debut of "Orange Is the Black" writer Sian Heder.

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Chloe Sevigny has two films at the fest this year: "Antibirth" and "Love and Friendship."

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