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(Kim Raff |The Salt Lake Tribune) Actor John Magaro poses on the red carpet before the premiere of "Liberal Arts" at the Eccles Center during the Sundance Film Festival in Park City, Utah on January 22, 2012.
Sundance Recap: Photos and stories from opening weekend

First Published Jan 23 2012 07:45 am • Last Updated Jan 23 2012 12:26 pm

The first few days of the Sundance Film Festival are typically the most eventful. If the snow - or crowds - kept you away from Park City or even venues in Salt Lake and Ogden, here’s a recap to catch you up on what you may have missed.

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"Robot and Frank" - Finding the emotional connection of a robot


"Ethel" - Documentary illuminates a reticent subject


"Something about Nothing: The Art of Rap" - Rapper and actor Ice-T chats about his documentary


Celebrity spotting:

Actor, comedian Tracy Morgan hospitalized after collapsing at Sundance - http://www.sltrib.com/sltrib/sundance/53355472-177/morgan-actor-comedian-reports.html.csp

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Annual celebrity charity hockey match brings out a diverse group, including Alan Thicke, Cuba Gooding Jr and Treat Williams - http://www.sltrib.com/sltrib/sundance/53351830-177/hockey-kids-robitaille-celebrity.html.csp

Bono’s daughter is nice to the media. Even the dumb reporter.


Video: Celebrity enthusiasts tell how they find the stars at Sundance


Red carpet photo galleries:

A Kennedy reunion at the "Ethel" premiere - http://www.sltrib.com/sltrib/sundance/53342732-177/ethel-premiere-sundance-kennedy.html.csp

"Nobody Walks" with Rhys Wakefield, Olivia Thrilby, Rosemarie DeWitt


"Liberal Arts" with Josh Radnor, Richard Jenkins, Elizabeth Olsen and Allison Janey


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