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James Marsh Turns His Talents to Dramatic Filmmaking

Posted Jan 26, 2012, by Eric Hynes

James Marsh Turns His Talents to Dramatic Filmmaking with the Belfast-Set Thriller, Shadow Dancer

Few filmmakers have the kind of range that James Marsh has, alternating between crowd-pleasing, Oscar-winning documentaries (…

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…

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…

Spike Lee Returns to Sundance (and His Old Brooklyn Stomping Ground) with Red Hook Summer

Posted Jan 23, 2012, by Eric Hynes

Spike Lee Returns to Sundance (and His Old Brooklyn Stomping Ground) with Red Hook Summer

On screen and off, Spike Lee always makes it interesting. Returning to Sundance with the entertaining and explosive Red Hook…

Rashida Jones and Andy Samberg Mine Their Bad Breakups in Celeste and Jesse Forever

Posted Jan 22, 2012, by Eric Hynes

Rashida Jones and Andy Samberg Mine Their Bad Breakups in Celeste and Jesse Forever

Some of the brightest young inhabitants of Hollywood’s thriving comedy community were on hand for the world premiere of Celeste…

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…

Stephen Frears Ventures into the Seedy Back Alleyways of Sports Bookies with Lay the Favorite

Posted Jan 22, 2012, by Eric Hynes

Stephen Frears Ventures into the Seedy Back Alleyways of Sports Bookies with Lay the Favorite

In addition to directing some of the most celebrated films of the past 30 years, Stephen Frears has mastered the art of…

Meet the Artist: Kelly Reichardt

Posted Jan 29, 2011, by Mike Plante

Meet the Artist: Kelly Reichardt

Kelly Reichardt has a long relationship with Sundance, from her first feature River of Grass (1994) through the popular Old Joy

Q&A: Perfect Sense

Posted Jan 28, 2011, by Eric Hynes

Q&A: Perfect Sense

David Mackenzie’s apocalyptic romance, Perfect Sense, is a sensuous experiment in sensory deprivation. A mysterious virus…

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