Sundance Film Festival 2013: A video guide

Watch clips from 12 notable films being shown at the Sundance Film Festival by clicking on the images below. The sections of the festival in which they screen are noted in parentheses. Full coverage

'No'

(Spotlight)

Chilean director Pablo Larrain's latest film, "No," stars Gael GarcĂ­a Bernal as an ad man who engineers a 1988 voter campaign to oust Chilean dictator Augusto Pinochet.

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'Fallen City'

(World Documentary)

First-time director Zhao Qi weaves together stories of three survivors of the 2008 earthquake in Sichuan, China. "Fallen City" documents the struggle to rebuild amid ruin.

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'Google and the World Brain'

(World Documentary)

Director Ben Lewis' film looks at Google's attempt to accumulate all human knowledge in one repository.

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'Muscle Shoals'

(Documentary Premieres)

Director Greg Camalier delves into the history of a tiny Alabama town that became synonymous with American music.

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'Stoker'

(Premieres)

Park Chan-wook ("Old Boy") returns to Sundance with another macabre story, his first venture into English-language cinema.

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'Salma'

(World Documentary)

Director Kim Longinotto profiles Salma, a Muslim girl in a south Indian village who became a famous Tamil poet, while confined to her home for 25 years.

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'Il Futuro'

(World Cinema Dramatic competition)

Chilean director Alicia Scherson's third feature, set on the streets of Rome, tells the tale of an adolescent girl whose world is upended after her parents die in a car crash.

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'Shopping'

(World Cinema Dramatic competition)

Filmmakers Louis Sutherland and Mark Albiston tell a tale of brotherly love, set in New Zealand, amid a harsh world.

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'Virtually Heroes'

(Park City at Midnight)

The first Roger Corman production to screen at Sundance, the film is described on the Sundance site as "a war picture, a satire of video-game culture, a buddy comedy, and an existential mind trip."

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'Milkshake'

(Next)

Director David Andalman's dark comedy examines teen sex and racial identity set in the mid-1990s.

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'Gatekeepers'

(Spotlight)

Director Dror Moreh explores the history of the Israeli-Palestinian conflict via all six living former heads of Israel's internal security agency.

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'Metro Manila'

(World Dramatic)

Director Sean Ellis creates a thriller set amid the desperation of Manila's slums.

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Produced by Jevon Phillips and Lily Mihalik.