Sundance Film Forward is a touring program which introduces a new generation of audiences to the power of story through the exhibition of film and conversations with filmmakers to create greater cultural awareness.
Showcasing a wide variety of story and style, the Sundance Film Festival Short Film Tour is a 95-minute theatrical program of eight short films from the 2016 edition of the January Festival
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With the end-of-fest in everyone's sights, filmmakers got in their last few drinks and conversations across town.
Always well repped at Sundance, the Texas filmmaking community assembled at a private home in Deer Valley, the same house where Lovers of Hate was set. Cinetic's John Sloss and longtime friend and client Richard Linklater drank Lone Star beer and ate barbeque. Sloss has had a busy festival, repping such films as the Banksy doc Exit Through the Gift Shop and Lisa Cholodenko's The Kids Are All Right, which sold to Focus. "Everyone wanted it," said Sloss who is extremely happy with where it landed.
Elsewhere, Lovers of Hate director Bryan Poyser drank a beer on the toilet -- a key prop in his film -- as Hate actor Chris Doubek peaks behind a door (another key prop). Photo by Brandon Joseph Baker.
Later, at the hugely popular Late Night Lounge, Sundance director of programming Trevor Groth mourned the fest's final days with stunt coordinator Nash Edgerton (Hesher) and Boy director Taika Waititi.
Meanwhile, on the dance floor, Satan entered the bodies of several revelers.