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If Chance the Gardner, the TV-educated savant played by Peter Sellers in "Being There," had lived together with his six siblings, it might have looked something like "The Wolfpack."
An engrossing, well-structured look at the convoluted schemes by which Bernie Madoff made off with billions in investors' money
A new play by a Pulitzer winner and another by a fast-rising up-and-comer are among the brewing works tapped for development as part of the National Playwrights Conference at the Eugene O'Neill…
Plausibility takes a back seat to laughs in Shannon Plumb's debut feature "Towheads," which works better as a series of well-conceived, impeccably timed and executed physical gags, with light…
An evocatively shot, rawly unsentimental coming-of-ager from debut helmer Eliza Hittman, "It Felt Like Love" follows a vulnerable teen who envies the sexual experience of her confident older friend…
In 2006, a trio of twentysomething producers bet that a tale of a drug-addicted teacher could give them a niche hit and establish them as players in the tough indie world.
When a nonprofit film producer hits the jackpot at Sundance, filmmakers may benefit, but not in a traditional way.
When two hipsters go on a guided camping expedition in the Caucasus Mountains, an incident tears a rift between them in "The Loneliest Planet," writer-helmer Julia Loktev's powerful, exquisitely…
Artists Public Domain just scored one of the most profitable sales in the history of Sundance. It's celebrating a 10-year anniversary.
Sundance Selects has picked up all U.S. rights to "The Forgiveness of Blood," the latest film from "Maria Full of Grace" writer-helmer Joshua Marston.
In an on-site Sundance deal, Paris-based sales company Coach 14 has tied down worldwide rights outside North America to Sundance Dramatic Competition competitor "Terri," starring John C. Reilly.