'The East' Filmmakers Go From Dumpster-Diving to Sundance Darlings 1 day ago
"The East" is the rare thriller that hinges on dumpster diving as a plot point.
Thursday night after TheWrap screening of the Fox...
By Chris Willman
Controversial film had provoked angry q&a over violence
"It was unbelievable when it was happening to us -- but it did happen"
If the vast majority of Sundance entries failed to thrill, where does that leave the rest of us filmmakers?
Skeptical viewers suspect that much of the story about his brother's Facebook romance is a work of fiction
Winners receive $100,000 to help with next films
"The Shock Doctrine" gave him the opportunity to conclude his time in Park City on a high note
The blend of solemnity and deadpan humor creates a uniquely appealing character drama
In "Welcome to the Rileys" she reminds audiences why she was so alluring pre-"Twilight"
Brutal treatment of women in the film outrages audience members
Crowd-pleasers get snatched up
In this remarkably accurate depiction of Brooklyn's insular Hasidic enclave, a rebel youth turns to drug smuggling
An exclusive clip: Sundance newbie premieres his new teen drug dealer drama
The "Spellbound" director examines how multimillion dollar paydays cast light on winners' philosophies of life
Meanwhile, not interested in playing cat-and-mouse with distributors, filmmakers are finding new distribution paths
Bill Gates, Ryan Reynolds, Kristen Stewart and other party types take advantage of the Park City sizzle
Mark Lewis documentary looks at environmental catastrophe in Australia
"I don't think things have changed at all in 30 years," says Jett at the premiere
At $3.2M, the Ryan Reynolds thriller becomes the first major pickup of the 2010 festival
The methodical account of the cover-up surrounding former NFL star Pat Tillman's death is an infuriating document
Sundance gets down to business with screenings of "The Company Men," "Buried," "Climate Refugees" and more
Two charming films with no-name casts bring an of-the-moment flavor to modern relationships
Sam Taylor Wood's account doesn't muck the Beatles legend up, but it doesn't take it anywhere new
The writer-director drew on personal experience for this ensemble piece
Liberty Media is reviewing operations at its 3-year-old film unit
"Restrepo," like a real-life "Hurt Locker," left the audience, including Michael Moore, stunned
Festival starts under blanket of snow
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