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How Well Do You Remember Memento?

Posted Mar 12, 2014, by Nate von Zumwalt, Editorial Manager

How Well Do You Remember Memento?

Allow us to refresh you. Memento made its U.S. premiere at the 2001 Sundance Film Festival and effectively introduced director…

Guest Tweeters Round-Up: Katie Couric, Rose McGowan, and Others

Posted Jan 29, 2014, by Sundance Institute

Guest Tweeters Round-Up: Katie Couric, Rose McGowan, and Others

For the 7th year in a row, @SundanceFest hosted a different Guest Tweeter each day during the first weekend of the Festival.…

2014 Sundance Film Festival Live Awards Updates

Posted Jan 25, 2014, by Eric Hynes, Jeremy Kinser, and Nate von Zumwalt

2014 Sundance Film Festival Live Awards Updates

Hi everyone, and welcome to the live blog for the 2014 Sundance Film Festival Awards Ceremony. We’re Eric Hynes, Jeremy Kinser,…

Day 9: The Sleepwalker, We Come as Friends, and the Sundance Class of ‘94

Posted Jan 25, 2014, by Sundance Institute

Day 9: The Sleepwalker, We Come as Friends, and the Sundance Class of '94

You may have heard otherwise, but the Festival was still going strong on Friday, the unseasonably mild 9th day of the Festival.…

Day 7: Alex Ross Perry’s Misanthropic Listen Up Philip, and the Incremental Making of 52 Tuesdays

Posted Jan 23, 2014, by Sundance Institute

Day 7: Alex Ross Perry's Misanthropic Listen Up Philip, and the Incremental Making of 52 Tuesdays

You can’t say they weren’t warned. In introducing his new film, Listen Up Philip, to the audience at the MARC Theater on…

Day 6

Posted Jan 22, 2014, by Sundance Institute

Day 6: Appropriate Behavior, A Girl Walks Home Alone at Night, and Shorts Awards

With Appropriate Behavior, a frank, funny, bitingly personal look at a bisexual woman in Brooklyn reeling from a recent…

Day 5: The Tragic Story of Aaron Swartz, Nick Cave in 20,000 Days On Earth

Posted Jan 21, 2014, by Sundance Institute

Day 5: The Tragic Story of Aaron Swartz, Nick Cave in 20,000 Days On Earth

For a federal criminal case lacking a verdict, United States v. Aaron Swartz produces plenty of alarming answers. Perhaps most…

Day 4: A Moving Tribute to Roger Ebert, Bill Hader and Kristin Wiig are The Skeleton Twins

Posted Jan 20, 2014, by Sundance Institute

Day 4: A Moving Tribute to Roger Ebert, Bill Hader and Kristin Wiig are The Skeleton Twins

While introducing Life Itself, a gripping, moving look at the life and career of Roger Ebert by Steve James (Hoop Dreams),…

Day 3: Brit Marling Leads a Lo-Fi Sci-Fi Fugue, Zach Braff is Back at Sundance

Posted Jan 19, 2014, by Sundance Institute

Day 3: Brit Marling Stars in an Exploration of Love and Science, Zach Braff Returns a Decade Later

Mike Cahill will never be accused of lacking for ambition as a filmmaker. Three years after winning a Special Jury Prize at the…

Day 2: Kristen Stewart Debuts in Camp X-Ray, John Slattery Moves Behind the Lens for God’s Pocket

Posted Jan 18, 2014, by Sundance Institute

Day 2: Kristen Stewart Depicts the Tedium of Gitmo, John Slattery Shifts Behind the Lens for God's Pocket

First-time filmmaker Peter Sattler got the inspiration for Camp X-Ray, a gritty drama about soldiers watching over suspected…

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