Famed War Journalist Sebastian Junger on Slain Friend Tim Hetherington: 'When He Died, I Left War' 4 weeks ago
Sebastian Junger earned an Oscar nomination in 2010 for the first film he ever directed, "Restrepo," a documentary about American...
By Lucas Shaw
Someone's going to buy it -- and that someone will quietly return the film to the editing bay to tighten up the film's whiny, sluggish second half and make it as smart and funny as the film's first half
A theatrical release date has not been set for the documentary
Best of the snow, the scene, the swag and Park City's most talked about non-film fun
A timeshare developer cries foul over promo materials for "The Queen of Versailles," about the construction of his 90,000-square-foot home
A day after announcing the films that will vie for awards, the Park City festival unveils a more off-beat selection of offerings
The Sundance doc highlights Belafonte's friendships with MLK and JFK and his humanitarian efforts for civil rights and against apartheid, war, poverty and AIDS
Written 12 years ago by the "Hangover" team, it's neither clever nor funny enough to make a viewer care.
Yes, she sings -- the heart of the film is the late-in-life love story between Channing and the California real-estate developer who is her fourth husband
Institute will host multi-disciplinary arts festival in April 2012
Actor's directorial debut about legendary rap group screened at Sundance
"Catechism Cataclysm" premiered at the 2011 Sundance Film Festival
Tells story of Uday Hussein, son of the Iraqi dictator, and his body double
"How to Die in Oregon" wins documentary Grand Jury honors
The actress and "Another Earth" star is writing her own ticket by writing her own movies
Documentary focuses on the fight between an Appalachian community and a coal company
Uday Hussein is a villain of epic, operatic proportions, and Dominic Cooper – in his first leading role of consequence - makes him strangely compelling
Film is a year-long chronicle of my former colleagues on the media desk of The New York Times and their struggle to produce journalism in the Internet era
Parties, swag, and everything but the screenings
Film about the man who inspired "The Horse Whisperer" novel and movie,
The director of the the New York Times documentary talks about working with big personalities reporting on big stories
It was a rare treat to see Carole King perform live in concert on Main Street at Sundance in support of a film about singer-songwriters, "Troubadours"
From "Idiot Brother" to "Like Crazy," big deals are back, while savvy filmmakers and new distribution methods make the business feel healthier than it has in years
Studio and financier jointly pay $6 million for the U.S. distribution rights to the Paul Rudd comedy
New Video acquires financial crisis documentary and Focus buys black lesbian drama
Sometimes you remember why Sundance can be special. “Like Crazy,” by writer-director Drake Doremus, provided one of those moments
The lucky bidder won 2 tickets to World Premiere and after-party, plus a ride on the filmmaker's bus
Christine White was the woman next to William Shatner in "Nightmare at 20,000 Feet"