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1988 Sundance Film Festival

The program for this year's United States Film Festival included over 80 feature-length films and 26 shorts, among them SUPERSTAR, BROKEN NOSES, AU REVOIR LES ENFANTS, PROMISED LAND, CAMILLA, MOONSTRUCK, HAIRSPRAY, FIRE ON THE MOUNTAIN, HEAT AND SUNLIGHT, DEAR AMERICA, and SOPHIA. The Festival honored Sam Fuller with screenings of 11 of his works, and new Argentine cinema was spotlighted in a showcase of 17 films. Other specials programs included the centennial celebration of the National Geographic Society, The Best of American Animation, and the introduction of the Discovery Program for emerging filmmakers.

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