'The East' Filmmakers Go From Dumpster-Diving to Sundance Darlings 1 hour ago
"The East" is the rare thriller that hinges on dumpster diving as a plot point.
Thursday night after TheWrap screening of the Fox...
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The two Oscar-nominated actors play an outlaw couple on the run in 1970s Texas Hill Country
Sebastian Junger talks about his new HBO documentary, war reporting and his late friend
Festival will include films from Lake Bell and Barbara Kopple and appearances by Mike Birbiglia and The Eagles
If screenwriters upload their scripts to the Black List, they may be able to apply to the Sundance Institute's Screenwriters Lab for free
Promoted from vice president as company prepares to roll out first wholly owned scripted drama
A24 set release dates for both movies, which it acquired in January
The directorial debut of actress Lake Bell, it debuted at Sundance
Martha Shane and Lana Wilson's abortion documentary premiered at the Sundance Film Festival in January
Hannah Fidell directed the film, which stars Lindsay Burdge
Andrew Bujalski’s comedy that won the Alfred P. Sloan Award at Sundance
Faris stars as a teacher who needs a trip with her students to get her life in order
South by Southwest Festival director Janet Pierson tells TheWrap that while Sundance may have had a wave of movies from female directors this year, that's old hat for them
The documentary "Narco Cultura" analyzes drug cartel's imprint on pop culture
Steve Wozniak explains how the first clip from Steve Jobs biopic is riddled with factual errors
Ashton Kutcher gets serious as Steve Jobs in the biopic that premieres at Sundance on Friday
Jordana Spiro, Martha Shane and Lana Wilson receive cash, services and products at Sundance
Aspiring filmmakers and industry elite turned out Monday for the 2013 Sundance Industry Panel on "How to Make and Sell Your Independent Film in the Digital Age"
All walks of the indie film world were represented Sunday as more than 400 guests attended the Sundance reception hosted by TheWrap and the UCLA School of Theater, Film and Television
Steve Coogan stars in the true-life story of Paul Raymond, the man behind Soho’s notorious Raymond Revue Bar
Documentary recounts tale of feminist art collective Pussy Riot, arrested after they performed a 40-second "punk prayer" inside Russia's main cathedral.
Documentaries dominate early dealing, but a sale of "Don Jon's Addiction" could open floodgates
Richard Rowley's documentary follows reporter Jeremy Scahill's investigation of America's covert wars
A graphic sex scene between Daniel Radcliffe and Dane DeHaan, or someone who looks like him, is a daring new frontier for the former Harry Potter
"Twenty Feet From Stardom" examines the back-up singers behind classic rock hits
Documentary looks at life in the country of Georgia
Mark and Jay Duplass produced "Peachfuzz," which Mark Duplass also stars in
Richard Linklater’s third peek into the love story of the couple played by Julie Delpy and Ethan Hawke celebrates romance, compromise, disillusionment and the glory of conversation