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Host Jessica Williams speaks during the 2017 Sundance Film Festival awards ceremony in Park City, Utah, on Saturday. 

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U.S. director Amanda Lipitz reacts after winning the Special Jury Award: US Documentary, Inspirational Filmmaking for the film “Step” on Saturday.

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Director Rahul Jain speaks after accepting the World Cinema: Excellence in Cinematography award on behalf of cinematographer Rodrigo Trejo Villanueva for “Machines." 

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Filipino director Ramona S. Diaz speaks after winning the World Cinema Documentary: Special Jury Award for Commanding Vision for the film “Motherland.”

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Producer Ernest Webb speaks after winning the World Cinema Documentary: Special Jury Award for Master Storytelling for the movie “Rumble: The Indians Who Rocked the World.”

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Directors Steen Johannessen, right, and Feras Fayyad hold the World Cinema: Grand Jury Prize for their film “Last Men in Aleppo.”

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Gael Garcia Bernal speaks during the 2017 Sundance Film Festival Awards at Basin Recreation Field House in Park City, Utah, on Saturday.

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Chinese director Jun Geng speaks after winning the World Cinema: Dramatic, Special Jury Award for Cinematic Vision for his film “Free and Easy." 

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British director Francis Lee speaks after winning the World Cinema: Dramatic Special Jury Award, Directing for his film “God’s Own Country." 

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Mexican director Ernesto Contreras speaks after winning the World Cinema: Audience Award, Dramatic for his film “Sueno en Otro Idioma (I Dream in Another Language).”

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U.S. filmmaker Jeff Orlowski speaks after winning the Audience Award: US Documentary for “Chasing Coral.”

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Director Matt Ruskin’s film “Crown Heights” won the Audience Award: US Dramatic.

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Bryan Fogel, right, with cast and crew members, accepts the Orwell Award for his film “Icarus.”

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Director Michael Larnell, right, and Sean Kirkland accept the US Dramatic, Breakthrough Performance award on behalf of Chante Adams for the film “Roxanne Roxanne.”

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Peter Dinklage presents the U.S. Dramatic Grand Jury Prize at Sundance.

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Screenwriters Matt Spicer, left, and David Branson Smith speak after winning the Waldo Salt Screenwriting Award for their film “Ingrid Goes West” during the 2017 Sundance Film Festival Awards Ceremony in Park City, Utah, on Saturday.

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Larry Wilmore speaks during the 2017 Sundance Film Festival Awards ceremony.

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Directors Antonio Santini, left, and Dan Sickles speak after winning the US Documentary Grand Jury Prize for their movie “Dina.”

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Director Macon Blair speaks after winning the U.S. Dramatic Grand Jury Prize for his film “I Don’t Feel at Home in This World Anymore.”

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Actors Kevin Bacon, left, and Kathryn Hahn at the premiere of “I Love Dick” at the MARC Theatre.

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Actor Peter Dinklage, left, and filmmaker Mark Palansky of “Rememory” attend The IMDb Studio featuring the Filmmaker Discovery Lounge.

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Analeigh Tipton and Jason Schwartzman attend the Creators League Studio.

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Actor Mark Hamill attends the “Brigsby Bear” premiere at Eccles Center Theatre.

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Actors Anne Heche, Thomas Sadoski and AnnJewel Lee Dixon of “The Last Word” attend The IMDb Studio featuring the Filmmaker Discovery Lounge.

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Actors Zoey Deutch and Nicholas Hoult, director Danny Strong of “Rebel in the Rye” and Kevin Smith, top, attend the IMDb Studio featuring the Filmmaker Discovery Lounge.

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Actors Tim Robbins, Jon Hamm, Lois Smith and Geena Davis attend the “Marjorie Prime” premiere at Eccles Center Theatre.

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Brigsby Bear attends the “Brigsby Bear” premiere at Eccles Center Theatre.

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Actor Lakeith Stanfield, left, and the film subject he plays, Colin Warner, attend the “Crown Heights” premiere at Library Center Theater.

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Actor Nicholas Hoult at the premiere of “Rebel In The Rye.”

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Comedian Patton Oswalt speaks onstage at the Shorts Program Awards and party at Jupiter Bowl.

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Times reporter Amy Kaufman and Logan Lerman speak at the Cinema Cafe at Filmmaker Lodge.

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Actress Ann’Jewel Lee attends the “The Last Word” premiere at Eccles Center Theatre.

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Executive producer Harvey Weinstein and executive producer and rapper Shawn “Jay-Z” Carter attend the “Time: The Kalief Browder Story” Sundance world premiere at The Marc Theatre.

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Actress Sanaa Lathan attends the “Shots Fired” premiere.

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Marti Noxon attends the Feature Fillm Competition dinner.

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Director Mark Palansky, actor Martin Donovan, actress Katheryn Kirkpatrick, Matt Ellis, actress Julia Ormond and actor Peter Dinklage attend the “Rememory” premiere.

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Actors Logan Lerman, Blake Jenner, Elle Fanning, Michelle Monaghan and Margaret Qualley attend the “Sidney Hall” party at the Acura Studio at Sundance Film Festival 2017.

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Cast and crew speak onstage during the “Shots Fired” premiere.

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Actress Chloe Sevigny at the premiere of the film “Beatriz at Dinner” at the Eccles Theatre.

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Chef Cat Cora prepares entrees during a luncheon  hosted by Glamour editor Cindi Leive and photographer Amanda de Cadenet.

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Actresses Alfre Woodard and Elle Fanning attend the Lunch Celebrating Films Powered by Women.

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Jon Hamm, left, and Tim Robbins of the "Indiewire in Conversation” panel.

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Shirley MacLaine, left, Salma Hayek, Cindi Leive, and Dee Rees at the Lunch Celebrating Films Powered by Women event.

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Reginald Hudlin, left, Stephanie Allain, Gerard McMurray, Mel Jones and Jason Michael Berman at the premiere of director McMurray’s  "Burning Sands.”

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Malia Obama strolls on Main Street at the Sundance Film Festival at Park City, Utah.

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Producer Noshre Chkhaidze, left, director Simon Grob, actress Ia Shugliashvili and producer Jonas Katzenstein attend the “My Happy Family” premiere at Egyptian Theatre.

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Actors, from left, Brooklyn Decker, Hannah Simone, and Fred Armisen, director/writer/producer/actress Zoe Lister-Jones and actors Adam Pally, Majandra Delfino and Angelique Cabral pose at the premiere of the film “Band Aid” at the Eccles Theatre during the 2017 Sundance Film Festival on Tuesday, Jan. 24, 2017, in Park City, Utah. (Photo by Arthur Mola/Invision/AP) (Arthur Mola / Arthur Mola/Invision/AP)
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Actress Azumi Tsutsui arrives for the premiere of “Marjorie Prime.”

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Viewers take in Al Gore’s film “Melting Ice” on Condition One’s virtual-reality system at the Sundance VR release party.

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IMDb founder and Chief Executive  Col Needham enjoys his 50th birthday party.

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Actress Connie Britton attends the “Beatriz at Dinner” premiere at Eccles Theatre.

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Marti Noxon, left, writer and director of “To the Bone,” poses with cast members Lily Collins, center, and Carrie Preston at the Jan. 22 premiere of the film in Park City Utah, during the 2017 Sundance Film Festival.

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Cartoonist Daniel Clowes, the screenwriter of “Wilson,” poses at the Jan. 22 premiere of the film in Park City, Utah, during the Sundance Film Festival.

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Chanté Adams, Roxanne Shanté and actress Nia Long pose at the Jan. 22 premiere of the film “Roxanne Roxanne” in Park City, Utah, during the Sundance Film Festival.

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From left, Jeff Skoll, Al Gore, Heather Rae and David Suzuki speak on stage Jan. 22 at the New Climate Lunch Roundtable during the Sundance Film Festival in Park City, Utah.

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David Suzuki speaks on stage Jan. 22 at the New Climate Lunch Roundtable during the Sundance Film Festival in Park City, Utah.

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“Strong Island” executive producer Danny Glover relaxes Jan. 22 at the Indiewire Photo Studio at Chase Sapphire on Main during Sundance Film Festival in Park City, Utah.

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Actress Brittany Snow of “Bushwick” attends the Acura Studio on Jan. 22 during Sundance Film Festival in Park City, Utah.

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DJ Cool V and Biz Markie attend the Acura Studio Jan. 22 during the Sundance Film Festival in Park City, Utah.

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Luca Guadagnino, Timothee Chalamet, Armie Hammer, Michael Stuhlbarg and Walter Fasano attend the Jan. 22 “Call Me By Your Name” premiere at Eccles Center Theatre during the Sundance Film Festival in Park City, Utah.

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Roxanne Shante performs onstage at the Jan. 22 “Roxanne, Roxanne” party in the Acura Festival Village during the Sundance Film Festival in Park City, Utah.

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Biz Markie performs onstage at the Jan. 22 “Roxanne, Roxanne” party in the Acura Festival Village during the Sundance Film Festival in Park City, Utah.

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Michaela Watkins, Jill Soloway, Jessica Williams and Stacey Wilson Hunt speak onstage Jan. 22 at an event hosted by the Bentonville Film Festival during the Sundance Film Festival in Park City, Utah.

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Roxanne Shante and Chante Adams attend the Jan. 22 “Roxanne, Roxanne” party during the Sundance Film Festival in Park City, Utah.

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Jon Daly, Brett Gelman, Nia Long, Judy Greer, Janicza Bravo and Shiri Appleby attend the Jan. 22 “Lemon” premiere at Library Center Theater during the Sundance Film Festival in Park City, Utah.

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Jack Black attends the Jan. 22 premiere of “The Polka King” at the Eccles Center Theatre during the Sundance Film Festival in Park City, Utah.

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Willie Garson, Jason Schwartzman, Jack Black, Jacki Weaver and Jenny Slate pose at the Jan. 22 premiere of “The Polka King” during the Sundance Film Festival in Park City, Utah.

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Tim Robbins, center, shakes hands with Mary J. Blige, left, while introducing Blige to his son, Jack Robbins, at Sundance at the Music Lodge during the Sundance Film Festival.

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Actresses Elizabeth Olsen, left, and Aubrey Plaza from “Ingrid Goes West” during the “Indiewire in Conversation” panel at Chase Sapphire on Main.

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Actor Bill Pullman poses at the premiere of “Walking Out.”

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Executive producer John Legend poses at WGN America’s “Underground” Sundance red carpet screening.

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Actors Aldis Hodge, left, and Jurnee Smollett-Bell at WGN America’s “Underground” Sundance red carpet screening during the 2017 Sundance Film Festival.

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People march down Main Street during the March on Main event during the Sundance Film Festival.

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Brett Haley, left, director of “The Hero,” poses with cast members Nick Offerman, Sam Elliott and Katharine Ross at the premiere of the film at the Library Center Theatre.

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Laura Prepon, left, a cast member in “The Hero,” with her fiancé, actor Ben Foster, at the premiere of the film at the Library Center Theatre.

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Director Anthony Hemingway, left, producer John Legend, actors Jurnee Smollett-Bell and Aldis Hodge, and writer Misha Green speak at WGN America’s “Underground” panel at the Blackhouse Foundation.

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Jason Mitchell, left, Dee Rees, Rob Morgan, Carey Mulligan, Mary J. Blige and Garrett Hedlund attend the “Mudbound” premiere at Eccles Center Theatre.

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Actors Lily Mojekwu, left, Griffin Dunne, Kathryn Hahn and Kevin Bacon of “I Love Dick” attend The IMDb Studio featuring the Filmmaker Discovery Lounge.

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Harvey Weinstein attends the “Wind River” party at the Acura Studio at Sundance Film Festival.

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Actress Brittany Snow attends the “Bushwick” premiere.

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A policeman with a bomb sniffing dog checks out a snow pile next to a Banksy artwork along Old Main Street on the first day of the 2017 Sundance Film Festival in Park City, Utah.

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Omar Wasow, left, an assistant professor at Princeton in the department of politics, and director Jennifer Brea attend An Artist at the Table benefit during the 2017 Sundance Film Festival at DeJoria Center in Kamas, Utah.

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Former Vice President and cast member Al Gore speaks as he arrives for the premiere of “An Inconvenient Sequel: Truth to Power” at the 2017 Sundance Film Festival in Park City, Utah.

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Kristen Stewart, left, David Shapiro, Josh Kaye and Sydney Lopez attend the world premiere of director Kristen Stewart’s “Come Swim” at Prospector Square Theatre.

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Kristen Stewart attends the world premiere of “Come Swim.”

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Actresses Molly Shannon, Alison Brie, Kate Micucci, and Aubrey Plaza attend “The Little Hours” premiere at Library Center Theater.

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Jon Gabrus, Dave Franco, Nick Offerman, Trevor Groth, Aubrey Plaza, Jeff Baena, Molly Shannon, Alison Brie, Jemima Kirke, Kate Micucci, Adam Pally and Lauren Weedman, from left, attend “The Little Hours” premiere.

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Former Vice President and cast member Al Gore, left, and Director of the Sundance Film Festival John Cooper arrive for the premiere of “An Inconvenient Sequel: Truth to Power.”

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Actors Nick Offerman, left, Molly Shannon, and Dave Franco attend “The Little Hours” premiere.

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Executive director of the Sundance Institute Keri Putnman, left, founder and president of the Sundance Film Festival Robert Redford and director of the Sundance Film Festival John Cooper talk to the media to open the 2017 Sundance Film Festival in Park City, Utah.

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Robert Redford, founder of the Sundance Institute, addresses the audience at the opening night premiere of the film “An Inconvenient Sequel: Truth to Power,” at the Eccles Theater.

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People are bundled up as temperatures dropped below 20 degrees along Main Street in Park City, Utah, as the start of the Sundance Film Festival approached.

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A trolley rolls up Main Street in Park City, Utah, as the Sundance Film Festival approached.

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The Egyptian Theatre on Main Street, one of the major venues for the Sundance Film Festival, is lit up a few nights before the festival’s opening in Park City, Utah.

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