First Trailer For Sundance Competition Selection WHAT THEY DON'T TALK ABOUT WHEN THEY TALK ABOUT LOVE

Acclaimed Indonesian director Mouly Surya makes an appearance in the Sundance World Competition selection with What They Don't Talk About When They Talk About Love, a romantic drama set in a school for the visually impaired.At a high school for... More »
By Todd Brown   
  

Poster Debut: Yen Tan's Sundance-Bound Small-Town Drama PIT STOP

Soon to premiere at the Sundance Film Festival, Yen Tan's Pit Stop has its first poster, designed by the filmmaker himself, and we're pleased to present its debut. Pit Stop is the third feature film from Tan, who I first... More »
  

Sundance 2013: Second UPSTREAM COLOR Teaser Asks More Questions

Everyone is jumping at ghosts when it comes to news about Primer director Shane Carruth's long-long awaited follow-up to that 2004 Grand Jury Prize winning film, Upstream Color. This morning brought a big ghoulish one for us to ponder... More »
  

A Bit Of Whimsy In Malin Erixon's BENJAMIN'S FLOWERS

Bright, colorful and following a peculiar sort of dream logic, Malin Erixon's animated short Benjamin's Flowers is headed for Sundance and it promises a very particular sort of whimsy.Benjamin's lack of love and company has placed him on the blurry... More »
By Todd Brown   
  

Striking Line Drawn Animation in Song E Kim's BITE OF THE TAIL

Though still a student, Song E Kim is already turning heads around the world with striking line drawn animated short Bite Of The Tail. Already selected at over twenty festivals around the world, Bite Of The Tail arrives next at... More »
By Todd Brown   
  

Meet The Wolf Boy In Daniel Sousa's Striking FERAL

Stories of boys raised in the wild by wolves have seemingly been around since the founding of Rome but that's not stopping director Daniel Sousa from bringing another such tale to Sundance in particularly striking fashion.A wild boy is found... More »
By Todd Brown   
  

Watch The Trailer For Chris Mars' Grotesque Animated Short IN HANFORD

The beauty of animation lies in its versatility. If your subject matter calls for light and pretty visuals, you can do that. If, however, you're tackling something a little more unsettling it is more than capable of that as well.... More »
By Todd Brown   
  

James Franco Visits INTERIOR. LEATHER BAR. See The First Stills.

If there is a Hollywood figure who maintains a sharper divide between what he does for money and what he does for love than James Franco it's very hard to say who it might be. While Franco clearly embraces projects... More »
By Todd Brown   
  

Created For Sigur Ros, Coming To Sundance. Watch Dash Shaw's SERAPH.

Created as part of the Sigur Ros 'Mystery Film Experiment' Valtari, Dash Shaw's Seraph is headed for an appearance at Sundance as part of the short film program. Written by Shaw with Hedwig's John Cameron Mitchell it's a lovingly hand... More »
By Todd Brown   
  

Love And A Severed Foot At The End Of The World. Watch Julia Potts' THE EVENT

Backed by Random Acts and Channel 4, animator Julia Potts will soon make an appearance at Sundance with her animated short The Event. A tale of love and a severed foot it's a darkly wistful bit of work, and weirdly... More »
By Todd Brown   
  

First Image From Nash Edgerton And Spencer Susser's THE CAPTAIN

One of our most anticipated titles at Sundance 2013 is The Captain, the short film collaboration between directors Nash Edgerton and Spencer Susser - who have made some of the most memorable short films in recent years: Lucky, Spider, Bear... More »
  

Level Up With First VIRTUALLY HEROES Stills

Director GJ Echternkamp promises to make the Sundance Park City At Midnight lineup a little bit goofy with his Roger Corman produced feature Virtually Heroes. Robert Baker, Brent Chase and Luke Skywalker himself - Mark Hamill - star in the... More »
By Todd Brown   
  

Sundance 2013: Watch The First Mesmerizing Teaser For Shane Carruth's UPSTREAM COLOR

Set to make its premiere in the US Dramatic competition at Sundance in January, Upstream Color is Shane Carruth's long-awaited second feature after his 2004 Grand Jury Prize winning time-travel flick Primer. After a vague if enticing plot synopsis and... More »
  

Sundance 2013: Dave Grohl's SOUND CITY And Other Documentary Premieres

Rounding out today's news from Sundance are the documentary premiere announcements, including docs from Dave Grohl and one about The Eagles. No word yet as to whether The Dude will be interviewed about The Eagles as I hear he has strong opinions.DOCUMENTARY... More »
  

Sundance 2013: STOKER, BEFORE MIDNIGHT, JOBS To Premiere Out-Of-Competition

Sundance is in unveiling mode and the announcements are coming thick and fast. The latest announcement made this afternoon by the Sundance Institute includes the films screening in the out-of-competition Premieres of the 2013 Sundance Film Festival. Some very interesting... More »
  

Sundance Unveils More Images From Calvin Reeder's THE RAMBLER

One of the more exciting announcements from the Sundance Film Festival last week was the news that The Rambler, Calvin Reeder's feature-length version of his short film that took the festival circuit by storm, had been selected for the Park... More »
  

Sundance 2013: Horror Sequel S-VHS Included in Midnight, Spotlight, & New Frontiers Announcement

The Sundance Film Festival is on the horizon with its January 17 start date in sight. Yesterday we brought you the Competition and Next announcements and today we're right back at it with all the films in the Park... More »
  

Sundance 2013: Competition & Next Lineups Hit

It's that wonderful time of year with the days getting shorter, the air getting colder, and decorations popping up around your neighborhood. Forget about Black Friday sales and caroling and brandy soaked company parties, the best part of the... More »
  

COMPLIANCE Trailer Asks How Far Is Too Far?

That is a long list of accolades and supportive quotes pulled from reviews of Craig Zobel's second feature Compliance. Do not be fooled however as Zobel's film proved to be one of the more divisive titles to emerge on the... More »
  

Trailer for Spike Lee's RED HOOK SUMMER

Spike Lee's Red Hook Summer got a few minutes trimmed off its run time after its Sundance debut, and is coming along in August of this year.  A more neighborhood driven effort for Lee, who seems to be going for... More »
  
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