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Fri, 11 Jan 2013 14:15:00 GMT | By Natasha Sporn
Films and directors discovered at Sundance

'Welcome to the Dollhouse' - 1995



Todd Solondz's indie comedy about a 7th grader (© c.Sony Pics/Everett/REX Features)
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  • Many of David O. Russell's indie films have been discovered at Sundance (© Wireimage/Getty Images)
  • 'The Usual Suspects' (1995) proved to be one of Singer's classic and best works (© c.Gramercy/Everett/REX Features)
  • Todd Solondz's indie comedy about a 7th grader (© c.Sony Pics/Everett/REX Features)
  • Director Wes Anderson with actor Owen Wilson (© Everett Collection/REX Features)
  • Daniel Myrick's horror film revolved around the story of three missing students (© Moviestore Collection/REX Features)
  • Christian Bale and Matt Ross star in the 2000 thriller (© c.Lions Gate/Everett/REX Features)
  • Guy Pearce as Leonard Shelby (© c.Newmarket/Everett/REX Features)
  • A young Jake Gyllenhaal played Donnie Darko (© Everett Collection/REX Features)
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A dark indie comedy about a 7th grader struggling to cope with life, school and her family. Todd Solondz's film took home Best Dramatic Feature at the 1996 Sundance festival which helped launch the film to fame.

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