Sundance headlines: Artist Services unveils its baker’s dozen
Published: January 16, 2013 09:48AM
Updated: January 17, 2013 09:57AM
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A scene of the urban decay, and artistic commentary, in Detroit, in a moment from the documentary "Detropia," directed by Heidi Ewing and Rachel Grady. (Photo by Tony Hardmon | courtesy Sundance Institute)

Here’s what’s being said online today in connection with the Sundance Film Festival:

• The Sundance Institute is unveiling 13 titles available through multiple paltforms in its Artist Services program. Some of them, like “Detropia” and “We’re Not Broke,” debuted at the 2012 festival. [Movieline]

• Nintendo will be showing off its Wii U with three short films debuting at a party on Sundance’s opening night. [Game Informer]

• Mogul Bob Berney and his wife Jeanne are resurrecting the Picturehouse movie label, having bought the name and logo back from Warner Bros. [Movie City News]

• So how did some of last year’s Sundance hits do at the box office? [Daily Variety]