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Robert Redford reacts to Oscar snub

Robert Redford failed to win an Oscar nomination for his role in All Is Lost yesterday. The Sundance founder shares his thoughts from the festival. Tom Brook reports.

Sundance founder Robert Redford reacted to news of his Oscar snub yesterday, while celebrating 30 years of the film festival.

There was some good news: three of the five full-length documentaries nominated for Oscars were first premiered at Sundance.

Tom Brook reveals Redford’s response and looks at the movies being talked about on Sundance’s opening day, including Lilting, a drama by a Cambodian-born director with a Chinese leading lady and British leading man (Skyfall’s Ben Whishaw).

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