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Blurred lines: how an app ruined the Sundance waiting game


And yet it was once the defining characteristic of a trip to Sundance Film Festival, where anything worth doing required arriving well in advance. But for most of the 40,000 people who descend on Park City each year, getting tickets used to be an agonizing challenge, one that required vast stretches of time standing around. It was part of the unique charm of the festival: at a time when Hollywood barely makes anything that isnt a sequel and fewer Americans go to theaters than ever before, hundreds of people in Park City will clamor to attend a grim documentary about domestic violence. Sundance is an alternate universe where you try three times to gain entry to a Glaswegian folk musical written by the frontman of Belle Sebastian, without ever fully understanding why.

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