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Actual discoveries may seem fewer and farther between these days (many observed how few first-timers there were among the films selected for competition last week), though Cooper and Groth insist that quality is up overall in the 4,068 films they screened this year.In fact, while there are more people making movies now than ever, it’s increasingly difficult for directors submitting blind to catch the Sundance programmers by surprise these days.

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Poland was invaded by Nazi Germany a few years later, in 1939, and Polanski spent the next six years of his childhood mostly on his own, trying to survive the ongoing Holocaust.

He made Macbeth (1971) in England and back in Hollywood, Chinatown (1974), which was nominated for eleven Academy Awards.

From a documentary about the 1995 Oklahoma City bombing to a thriller in which Texas tries to secede from the United States, the 2017 Sundance Film Festival gets more eclectic as director John Cooper and programming head Trevor Groth announce the lineups for the upcoming edition’s Premieres, Documentary Premieres, Spotlight, Midnight, and Kids sections on Monday.

The Premieres section boosts Sundance’s star factor considerably, including German artist Julian Rosefeldt’s “Manifesto,” a virtual one-woman show in which Cate Blanchett reads various artists’ statements (a multi-screen version of the project can be seen at Park Avenue Armory, beginning this week in New York).

Returning Sundance directors with glitzy new projects include Luca Guadagnino, whose gay-themed “Call Me by Your Name” pairs Armie Hammer with “Homeland’s” Timothée Chalamet; “Pariah” helmer Dee Rees, whose adaptation of “Mudbound” features Mary J.