Writer Sarah Koskoff and director Todd Louiso deliver a slight, solipsistic portrait of emotional recovery starring likable and woefully underused character actress Melanie Lynskey.
Sundance Film Festival
An often hilarious, mostly infuriating chronicle of the rise and fall of one of America's most obscenely wealthy families, this timely and involving documentary elicits both sympathy and…
With a storyline that coils around and around itself until viewers may have trouble breathing, "Wish You Were Here" is the incandescent feature debut of helmer Kieran Darcy-Smith, and a rare kind of…
Robert Redford isn't crazy about the hype that Sundance has gathered over the years, but if it brings attention to independent filmmakers, well ... he'll live with it.
Slamdance, launched 18 years ago as a renegade alternate to Sundance, is opening Friday amid bright prospects as filmmakers take advantage of lower costs of production.
Sony Pictures Worldwide Acquisitions is poised to be an aggressive buyer at Sundance, according to acquisitions exec Joe Matukewicz.
"There's a lot of great restaurants in Park City. The problem is, they're all packed, and every film wants to host a dinner for their cast and executives," said Kenny Griswold, who along with Mimi…
Yahoo is busting into Sundance in a move to capitalize on the high-profile fest, offering access to nine short films on Sundance.yahoo.com and allowing viewers to vote for their favorite.
New distributors joining the fest fray aim to exploit different platforms for their big buys
The Sundance Film Festival kicks off today in Park City, Utah, where half of Hollywood will brave the cold to discover a fresh crop of indie features and thought-provoking documentaries.
Screen Media Films has set seven films for release in the spring and summer including Mike Wallis' Western "Good for Nothing" and Matt D'Elia's comedy "American Animal."