Black Films at Sundance 2014

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Dear White People

With the Golden Globes over and the Oscars a few weeks away, Hollywood is heading to Park City, Utah to discover the next big thing. The Sundance Film Festival, which has launched the careers of everyone from Middle of Nowhere's Ava DuVernay to Fruitvale Station's Ryan Coogler, starts on January 16. Here are all the Black films at this year's festival.

Perhaps the most anticipated is Dear White People, Justin Simien's film about four Black students at an Ivy league university where riots break out over a popular "Blackface" party. The satirical film stars Tyler James Williams and Teyonah Parris.

(Photo: Duly Noted, Homegrown Pictures)

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