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  • Heartbreaking truths form foundation of 'Happy Valley'

    Heartbreaking truths form foundation of 'Happy Valley'
    PARK CITY, Utah — The Sundance Film Festival program guide describes "Happy Valley" as a documentary that "delves beneath the headlines to create a modern American parable of guilt, redemption and identity." It is all that but it is also something more, something explosive that has been kept under wraps until now and almost didn't happen at all.
  • Sundance: Sandusky's Son Hopes 'Happy Valley' Will Empower Abuse Survivors

    STATE COLLEGE, Pa. (AP) -- The son of former Penn State assistant football coach Jerry Sandusky participated in a documentary about his father's sexual-abuse case and hopes to become an advocate for child victims. Matt Sandusky told the Centre Daily...

    Sundance Film Review: 'Happy Valley'

    In his documentaries "My Kid Could Paint That" and "The Tillman Story," Amir Bar-Lev zeroed in on the difference between the public perception of a scandal and the private truth of the matter -- a theme that serves him no less effectively in "Happy...

    Sundance: For embattled Matt Sandusky, a rare moment of redemption

    Sundance: For embattled Matt Sandusky, a rare moment of redemption
    PARK CITY, Utah--Since the Jerry Sandusky scandal blew up several years ago, there have been few figures quieter than Matt Sandusky, the adult son of the convicted sex offender. The younger Sandusky has stayed entirely out of the public eye, even after...

    Sundance: Variety Critics Name Their Mid-Festival Faves

    SCOTT FOUNDAS: Well, it's officially past the midpoint of Sundance 2014. The opening-weekend revelers have begun to dissipate, the shuttle buses are more easily navigating their way through Park City's streets, and those of us who are left can more easily...