When sellers trek to Sundance this week, they will be peddling a host of star-driven projects, ranging from a gritty Antoine Fuqua cop drama with Richard Gere and Ethan Hawke, to a gay buddy comedy…
Judging by last week's Consumers Electronics Show and Television Critics Assn. confab, it will be a lean scene on the fest and tradeshow circuit this year.
Composer/musician Rolfe Kent will score live images with guest musicians during his "Magnificent Howling Audience Score-Shop," part of BMI's events at the Sundance Film Festival.
Performances and readings related to "The People Speak: Voices of a People's History of the United States" will be the centerpiece of ASCAP's 11th annual Music Cafe at the Sundance Film Festival.
Music matters at Sundance. Both the Sundance Institute and Sundance Film Festival have long supported the cross-pollination between music and film.
Jim Strouse's drama "The Winning Season" has been added to the Premieres section of the 2009 Sundance Film Festival.
The top prizewinner at Intl. Documentary Film Festival Amsterdam, "Burma VJ" celebrates the courage of the Democratic Voice of Burma (DVB), a group of underground journalists who risked their lives…
Eerie twins and wayward clones provide double trouble, to enigmatic, haunting effect, in "The Clone Returns Home," a Japanese oddity that should please arthouse auds and sci-fi cultists alike…
A new definition of success is materializing in the indie world: Just making it through the end of the year, much less to next month's Sundance Film Festival.
The unequal wealth of nations is explored in Austrian docu-helmer Erwin Wagenhofer's timely, worthy, but too generalist "Let's Make Money."
Two formidable Iranian femmes meet and establish a wary rapport in the quietly moving docu "The Queen and I."