Sundance Dramatic Competition
Coogler's film isn't the flashiest or most original movie ever to win Sundance, but in its carefully observed, unvarnished portrait of middle-class African-American life, and its acute sense of…
LONDON — Sundance London, the U.K. film and music fest spin-off of the Sundance Film Festival, has added the final three titles for the main program of its sophomore edition. Jeff Nichol's "Mud"…
PETER DEBRUGE: On the opening night of Sundance, festival director John Cooper reminded crowds that this was the place where “Beast of the Southern Wild” was born, suggesting that if we only looked…
"Fruitvale," writer-director Ryan Coogler's emotional, fact-based drama about the last day in the life of 22-year-old Bay Area shooting victim Oscar Grant, scored a double victory at the Sundance…
Chilean director Sebastian Silva returns to Sundance with "Magic Magic" and "Crystal Fairy."
Gina Piersanti is a true newcomer in front of the camera.
Slamdance, launched 19 years ago as an alternative to Sundance, has unveiled its competition lineup with 12 narrative films and 10 documentaries -- including 13 world premieres and seven U.S…
“Toy’s House” Director: Jordan Vogt-Roberts Synopsis: A tale of three unhappy teenage boys who plan to flee into the wilderness. Features Nick Robinson, Gabriel Basso, Moises Arias, Nick Offerman…
Films devoted to exploring the myriad forms of human sexuality have an unusually prominent place in the 2013 Sundance program, festival director John Cooper noted as he unveiled the fest's…