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Vera Farmiga and David Duchovny Headline the Stoner Coming-of-Age Saga, Goats

Posted Jan 25, 2012, by Jeff Hansen

Vera Farmiga and David Duchovny Headline the Stoner Coming-of-Age Saga, GOATS

Coming-of-age stories in film are as ubiquitous as the human condition itself. But rarely does such a story come together as…

From the Collection: Julie Dash’s 1991 Sundance Award-Winning Daughters of the Dust

Posted Jan 25, 2012, by Bridgette Bates

From the Collection: Julie Dash’s 1991 Sundance Award-Winning Daughters of the Dust

Earlier this week, a newly restored print of writer/director Julie Dash’s vibrant homage to her Gullah ancestors, Daughters of…

Parker Posey Offers a Tough Loving Assessment of the State of Indie Film

Posted Jan 25, 2012, by Eric Hynes

Parker Posey Offers a Tough Loving Assessment of the State of Indie Film and Her Role as its Truth-Telling Human Embodiment

Erstwhile Indie Queen, sardonic girl next door and trailblazer for a generation of quirked-out Emmas, Kats and Zooeys -- Parker…

Wonder Women Hold Court

Posted Jan 25, 2012, by Jessica Buzzard, Director of Marketing

Wonder Women Hold Court

On Monday morning a small crowd of filmmakers, philanthropists, and media leaders gathered at the Park City home of Jacki…

Women Who Roar: Sundance 2012 is Rife with Feisty, Flinty Female Characters

Posted Jan 24, 2012, by Holly Willis

Women Who Roar: Sundance 2012 is Rife with Feisty, Flinty Female Characters

One of the bitter laments emanating from contemporary female audience members – and actresses, for that matter – concerns the…

John Hawkes Transcends the Physical in The Surrogate

Posted Jan 23, 2012, by Claiborne Smith

John Hawkes Transcends the Physical in The Surrogate

John Hawkes is the man who sets a movie a little on edge, who upends your expectations of what you thought you were going to…

Frank Langella and Peter Sarsgaard Bring Uncommon Nuance and Humanity

Posted Jan 22, 2012, by Jeff Hanson

Frank Langella and Peter Sarsgaard Bring Uncommon Nuance and Humanity to Jake Schreier’s Robot & Frank

While the Sundance Film Festival officially kicked off Thursday evening in Park City, nearby Salt Lake City hosted its own…

Richard Gere Plays a Corporate Raider in Nicholas Jarecki’s Arbitrage

Posted Jan 22, 2012, by Jeff Hanson

Richard Gere Plays a Corporate Raider in Nicholas Jarecki’s Arbitrage

The word ‘arbitrage’ is often used in the cutthroat world of high finance, defining the practice of buying low and selling high…

Benh Zeitlin Unleashes his Beasts of the Southern Wild

Posted Jan 20, 2012, by Bridgette Bates

Benh Zeitlin Unleashes his Beasts of the Southern Wild

Six months after Hurricane Katrina, director Benh Zeitlin was crashing on a friend’s floor in New Orleans. The Queens native…

Beyond Theatre Walls: 2012 Off Screen

Posted Jan 12, 2012, by Nate von Zumwalt, Editorial Coordinator

Beyond Theatre Walls: 2012 Off Screen

What is film without discussion and debate? Or more to the point: What is the purpose of a film festival if the narrative ends…

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