"I hate Walt for what he’s done to Jesse."
In which she gives a monologue about blow jobs.
Also buzzy: Common goes dramatic, and Stanley Kubrick conspiracy theories.
Watch out, Eva Mendes.
It's the meanest bad-girl comedy to come along in years.
The 57-year-old exec worked with films like Bowling for Columbine and Synecdoche, New York.
Plus new movies starring Aubrey Plaza and Aaron Paul.
The Q&A after Lee's Red Hook Summer gets a little heated.
"I'm kind of in love with every character on that show, and our writers are ridic."
For his new movie, Geoffrey Arend has been wearing some unlikely rock idol clothes.
Who needs the crowds at Sundance? Judge the shorts from your bed!
Craig Zobel's controversial new film Compliance provoked an extreme audience reaction.
Gere excels in the tightly written Arbitrage.
Audiences didn't quite know what to make of the film's paranormal Robert De Niro movie.
And yet people persist in thinking he's a drug dealer.
Meet Rodriguez, the greatest music icon who never was.
Joel Edgerton's Wish You Were Here was a bit of a disappointment.
"It costs a lot of money to get your film shown and to get it supported in our culture right now, so it's always bittersweet."
Starring Chris Messina and Marin Ireland.
Featuring Kirsten Dunst, Spike Lee, and John Krasinski.
Tim and Eric's Billion Dollar Movie premieres this week at Sundance.
"We basically got burlap bags, put them on our heads and then got zip tied and I forced us to walk through thorns."
Vulture's Kyle Buchanan on the festival's five biggest breakouts.
See the full lineup.