Female filmmakers are better represented in independent film when compared to Big Hollywood over the past decade, and women were most likely to be producers across all behind-the-camera positions…
A chillingly plausible and responsibly handled attempt to dramatize the disturbing bond between the two men behind the 2002 Beltway sniper attacks.
Tequan Richmond has been acting for more than a decade but his career is due is for a boost once Sundance auds check out his performance as Beltway sniper Lee Boyd Malvo opposite Isaiah Washington's…
Navigating seller hype and buyer excitement, here's a sampling of pics distribs will be circling at the fest.
If the pulse of indie film is felt strongest at the Sundance Film Festival, brace for an alarmingly high heart rate: A number of factors are conspiring to make this a frenetic year for buying in Park…
In the avalanche of world premieres and new titles announced for the 2013 Sundance Film Festival, it was easy for legiters to miss one they'd almost certainly recognize.
Among several recent documentaries about Detroit, the elegiac "Detropia" is perhaps the most aesthetically pleasing, if not the most informative or insightful.
Spike Lee's vibrant coming-of-ager isn't so much a follow-up to "Do the Right Thing" as a fresh survey of the same geographic turf.
Thanks in part to "Margin Call's" boffo day-and-date digital release last fall, this could be the year that Sundance dealmakers begin to see on-demand distribution not just as an add-on or…