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What to Watch in September
September showcases an eclectic range of films coming out of the Sundance Film Festival, from a bucolic community blindsided by the bigotry of one Craig Cobb—a notable white supremacist and real life troll—in Welcome to Leith, to Sundance veterans Ryan Fleck and Anna Boden’s dice-rolling road drama Mississippi Grind, starring Ryan Reynolds and Ben Mendelsohn.
10 Years Later: Hurricane Katrina Through the Lens of Filmmakers
Three's a Crowd for Ejiofor, Pine, and Robbie in 'Z for Zachariah'
A Trip Down Memory Lane On Robert Redford's Birthday
Sundance Institute’s president and founder—or, more suitably, the original creative heartbeat of this organization—turns 79 today. His wide-ranging accomplishments within the industry and beyond couldn’t possibly be embodied in a blog post, so we instead choose to celebrate with a more manageable, photo-driven trip down memory lane.