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 »

Trailer: ROBOT & FRANK

Robot & Frank is an Asimov-ian robot sci-fi inflected romantic dramedy which doubles as a one-last-score heist flick. Jake Schreier's Sundance hit (it won the Alfred P. Sloan prize at this year festival (an award previously given out to Another Earth,... More »

Trailer for Sundance 2011 Entry SOUND OF MY VOICE Arrives

After playing to fairly positive buzz at Sundance 2011, Zal Batmanglij's Sound Of My Voice was bought, along with its sister film Another Earth (produced by Batmanglij, also co-written by and starring Brit Marling), by Fox Searchlight. But whereas the... More »

THE RAID Brings Carnage To Australian Streets!

For the upcoming Australian release of The Raid (yep, no subtitle) on March 22 local distributor Madman Films has been going all out with its kickass marketing for Gareth Evans martial arts epic. With just three weeks to go Madman's... More »

THE RAID: REDEMPTION Director Explains Title Change

As Al Young's speculative post about the addition of a subtitle to The Raid's US title is still generating heated comments from readers -- despite a reasonable and refreshingly honest illuminating statement from director Gareth Evans pasted into the comments -- I... More »

Madman Smashes Out An Australian Poster For THE RAID!

With six weeks to go until the March 22 release of The Raid (yep, in Australia we get things one day early folks) Madman has released its own poster to promote Gareth Evans' rollicking action blasterpiece. A horrible pun, sure, but... More »

Sundance 2012 Final Wrap

A new year of indie film has officially kicked off with the completion of Sundance 2012. Will it be the fest faves like Beasts of the Southern Wild or The Surrogate that make big waves over the next 12 months?... More »


Sundance 2012 is just about wrapped up in snowy Park City and Saturday evening saw the awards handed out in all the feature categories. The broad critical favorite Beasts of the Southern Wild took home the coveted US Dramatic... More »

Sundance 2012: THE COMEDY Exclusive Clip #2 - Hipsters Rapping in a Cab

We've got another clip from The Comedy, Rick Alverson's hipster comedy / drama that debuted at Sundance over the weekend to wildly divergent reactions. And this one gives you a brief, but bigger, taste of the film's tone, I... More »

Sundance 2012: IFC Midnight Picks Up THE PACT

IFC Midnight have made the latest transaction in what is proving to be a busy Sundance as far as films selling distribution rights.Hot on the heels of Magnolia picking up rights to midnight offering V/H/S, IFC have taken on another... More »
By Todd Brown   

SUNDANCE 2012: Magnolia Buys V/H/S For Its Top Loader.

Congratulations are in order for all involved in the horror anthology V/H/S as Magnolia ponied up the cash for the North American rights to the film. Several distributors had expressed interest in the found-footage-within-found-footage creeper, which follows a group of petty... More »

Spanish trailer for RED LIGHTS

While Rodrigo Cortés' new film Red Lights has been receiving mixed reviews during its run at the Sundance Festival this week, that hasn't stopped Millennium Entertainment from acquiring the film for US distribution for just under the tidy sum of... More »
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