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Glenn Close and Damien Chazelle Honored at Sundance Institute New York Benefit

Posted Jun 4, 2014, by Sundance Institute

Glenn Close and Damien Chazelle Honored at the Sundance Institute New York Benefit

Throughout Glenn Close’s distinguished career – she’s received an Emmy, Golden Globe and Tony Award, plus six Academy…

Now Playing: Obvious Child and Ping Pong Summer Round Out a Droll June

Posted May 29, 2014, by Nate von Zumwalt, Editorial Manager

Now Playing: Obvious Child and Ping Pong Summer Round Out a Droll June

“Remember from before when we did sex to each other?” asks Jenny Slate’s character in Obvious Child, a rom-com redux that…

The Rocket Shares Laos’ Legacy of War with Bosnia & Herzegovina

Posted May 16, 2014, by Kim Mordaunt, director, The Rocket

The Rocket Shares Laos' Legacy of War with Audiences in Bosnia & Herzegovina

The first screening in a new country is always so full of the unknown for me. Ours was at the American Corner in Zenica…

May Now Playing: Cold In July and God’s Pocket

Posted May 1, 2014, by Nate von Zumwalt, Editorial Manager

May Now Playing: Michael C. Hall in Cold In July, Philip Seymour Hoffman in God's Pocket

May is brimming with a full crop of films from the 2014 Festival making their theatrical releases. Among them, Jim Mickle’s…

Tom Hardy Doesn’t Miss a Frame in the Pensive Thriller Locke

Posted Apr 24, 2014, by Nate von Zumwalt, Editorial Manager

Tom Hardy Doesn’t Miss a Frame in the Pensive Thriller Locke

Can the merits of a man become unhinged by one moral misstep? In Steven Knight’s Locke, protagonist Ivan Locke’s (Tom Hardy)…

5 Earth Day Films That Will Change How You Treat Our Planet

Posted Apr 22, 2014, by Nate von Zumwalt, Editorial Manager

5 Earth Day Films That Will Change How You Treat Our Planet

In an era of incessant dispute concerning the Earth’s environment, one thing remains indisputable about our planet: It is the…

David Cross Makes a Seamless Move to Director with the Dark Comedy Hits

Posted Apr 9, 2014, by Jeremy Kinser

Sundance London: David Cross' Seamless Move to Director with the Dark Comedy Hits

Hits premiered last January at the 2014 Sundance Film Festival and screens again at Sundance London beginning Saturday, April…

Listen: Sebastian Silva, Cherien Dabis, and Kat Hellion Offer Tips to Shorts Filmmakers

Posted Apr 4, 2014, by Mike Plante, Short Film Programmer

Listen: Sebastian Silva, Cherien Dabis, and Kat Candler Offer Tips to Shorts Filmmakers

Last month, Sundance Institute hosted a pair of ShortsLabs in Philadelphia and Miami that offered day-long workshops for shorts…

The Zellner Bros.’ Kumiko, the Treasure Hunter Summons Nostalgia For Adventure

Posted Apr 2, 2014, by Nate von Zumwalt, Editorial Manager

Sundance London: The Zellner Bros. on Kumiko, the Treasure Hunter and Their Nostalgia for Exploration

Kumiko, The Treasure Hunter premiered last January at the 2014 Sundance Film Festival and screens again at Sundance London…

Sundance London Filmmakers Picks: David Cross Once Spray Painted “The Who” On His Front Door

Posted Mar 27, 2014, by Nate von Zumwalt, Editorial Manager

Sundance London Filmmakers Picks: David Cross Once Spray Painted "The Who" On His Front Door

Turns out, Sundance London filmmakers’ palates rival our own programmers when it comes to cinema—heterogeneous but precise.…

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