10 Best Things We Saw at Sundance 2015

From a 17th-century horror movie to the definitive Kurt Cobain doc, here are our best of the fest

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'Welcome to Leith'

'Welcome to Leith'

As scary a piece of cinematic journalism anything that came out of this year’s fest, Michael Beach Nichols and Christopher K. Walker's documentary about notorious white-supremacist Craig Cobb trying to turn a North Dakota burg into a haven for our nation’s hate-mongering fringe dwellers presents a chilling "it could happen here" scenario. While the locals and neo-Nazis battle it out in city council meetings, threats of violence percolate on the perimeter; by witnessing rural Small-town USA trying to remove a racist cancer in its midst, you're reminded that there's a very angry — and very vulnerable — America out there. DF

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