The docu revisits some of the more famous faces of the '50s, '60s, '70s and '80s -- women who set a standard of beauty for generations.
Sundance Film Festival
Swag has had a Hollywood makeover, with leaner and more purposeful gifting the norm, coupled with a charitable component on the side.
Calculated quirkiness and cartoonish characterizations make Michael Mohan's picture shallow enough to be a sitcom pilot.
With incredible access and the full participation of her subject, Alison Klayman presents a significant yet scattered introduction to the Chinese superstar artist-activist.
A literary film that stands to work best for those who don't read, "The Words" is a slick, superficially clever compendium of stories about authors of uncertain talent and varying success.
Sundance Institute and NHK (Japan Broadcasting Corp.) have selected Swedish filmmaker Jens Assur, director of the upcoming "Close Far Away," as winner of the 2012 Sundance/NHK Intl. Filmmaker Award.
Participant Media has teamed with AFFRM to acquire U.S. Rights to "Middle of Nowhere."
LONDON -- London-based sales outfit Protagonist Pictures enjoyed a robust Sundance this year, completing a raft of international sales on "Searching for Sugar Man" and "The Imposter."
LONDON -- Picturehouse Ent. and Revolver Ent. have joined forces to acquire U.K. rights for two Sundance world preems "Liberal Arts" and "The Imposter."
The case for climate change is mounted in visually breathtaking yet conventional fashion in Jeff Orlowski's documentary.