This year’s documentarians are bringing us images from places we’re not meant to see.
So far, the most important question of the festival.
It's about time!
Pitched as 'Catch Me If You Can' meets 'Brokeback Mountain,' this looks more like 'Chuck and Larry' meets 'Let's Go to Prison.'
'We've moved away from the syndrome of filmmakers only able to talk about themselves,' says fest director Geoffrey Gilmore.
The makers of the top-secret 'Hearts' are trying to keep the movie under wraps in hopes that it'll take Sundance by surprise in January.
Sundance's opening-night film? 'Mary and Max,' a claymation drama starring Philip Seymour Hoffman and Toni Collette.
Prop 8 stinks, but we don't see much point in boycotting Sundance.
"When we were shooting in these conditions on this low budget, we would never have thought people would say this is too slick."
"I’m not exaggerating at all when I say his bicep is the size of my head."
The cinematographer of epic films like Eternal Sunshine of the Spotless Mind and He Got Game is presenting her directorial debut at Sundance this week — Nerakhoon (The Betrayal), a project 23 years in the making.
"She claims it was the happiest moment of her life — when Khomeini called her a woman."
If you’d grown up an aspiring filmmaker with parents like experimental director Ken Jacobs and his longtime collaborator-wife Florence, it’s only natural that we'd see their influence on your work. Their son Azazel Jacobs took things a bit further, though.
Plus industry news on Kirsten Dunst, Selma Blair, and Blind Melon. Yes, Blind Melon. Yes, that Blind Melon.
But with ghosts instead of a big-ass monster.
Two days before Katrina hit, small-time hustler, sometime drug dealer, and non-stop motormouth Kim Roberts bought a used video camera for twenty bucks. Then she filmed as she and her husband helped 25 neighbors survive and escape the waters.
The volatile executive makes a play for a movie by a filmmaker whose last film he dumped.
The director of Enron: The Smartest Guys in the Room on his new Sundance documentary.
You can't say Sundance is a bust — if these films were at Tribeca, everyone would be thrilled. But so far it's definitely a dud.
A new documentary shows the art provocateur at her worst.
Plus: Sundance begins!
Starting at midnight, you can catch Sundance films by New Yorkers!
Plus: Conan O'Brien the world's greatest boss?
If you were planning on attending the Sundance Film Festival but had some reservations about sitting through yet another batch of miserable indie flicks and vitriolic documentaries, well, you may just want to stay home and play Nintendo.
This is exactly what we wish J.K. Rowling would do.