Take a look at all the promising films.
Kevin Sorbo goes every year for some reason, but what's Daisy De La Hoya's excuse?
Over and over.
Vulture caught nearly all the big buzz titles: Here's what you should plan on seeing.
"Yeah, it's weird. My mom's not gonna like this one."
Mortimer: "You had a girl who was in love with you." Deschanel: "I could barely hear what she was saying. She was wearing bunny ears."
Also, directing her younger sister in an onscreen sex scene.
These four videos were approved, shot, and edited ... and then rejected a week before the fest for being "too edgy."
'The Details,' 'The Guard,' and 'Another Earth' have all been snatched up.
See the stars in all their winterwear!
Plus, Joan Rivers's expletive-filled review of 'The King's Speech,' on our regular late-night roundup.
And not in a good way.
"This film ought to be confiscated, burned. There's no value in showing this to anyone."
'Martha Marcy May Marlene' gets a buyer.
The Paul Rudd comedy is going to the Weinstein Company.
Paramount just bought it for $4 million. Here's our take.
Thus far, it's the best film of the Sundance Film Festival.
The crowds on Main Street can be enormous, but at least they're more tolerable when they break out intro synchronized dance moves,
Also, he wears a blond wig.
Flamethrowers on a school bus!
"Lock yourself inside the stall. For the things you will have to do, you need to be unobserved."
Including Will Ferrell, Chloë Sevigny, and Ted Danson, among many others.
Twenty-one-year-old Elizabeth stars in the Sundance creepfest 'Silent House.'
From 'My Idiot Brother' to 'Hobo With a Shotgun.'