By Vanessa Zimmer Welcome to part two of our four-part series introducing the short films and directors from the 2022 Sundance Film Festival Shorts Program.
Helen Shaver (second from left) portrays a New Yorker who travels to Reno, Nevada, to seek a divorce in 1959, in Donna Deitch’s Desert Hearts.
By Hajnal Molnar-Szakacs and Paola Mottura Five years ago, the Sundance Institute’s Documentary Film Program partnered with the Kendeda Fund to cultivate, fund, and elevate
By Vanessa Zimmer From our London edition to our Indigenous shorts tour, by now you realize that the Sundance Film Festival doesn’t happen just in
Steven Mackintosh, Emer McCourt, and Justin Chadwick star in London Kills Me, the story of street hustlers in England’s capital city. By Vanessa Zimmer As
Victor (Adam Beach, left) and Thomas (Evan Adams) go on a road trip to retrieve the ashes of Victor’s father, in Smoke Signals. By Vanessa
New Zealand’s Taika Waititi, who helmed Hunt for the Wilderpeople at the 2016 Sundance Film Festival, directs this summer’s Thor: Love and Thunder. By Vanessa
By Stephanie Ornelas Pictured: Joan Rivers: A Piece of Work (2010) Biographical films give us the opportunity to learn about lives different from our own,