There's going to be some simulated drama down in Battery Park City tonight, the NYC Office of Emergency Management has announced. [ more › ]
Despite speculation that Monterey Park might make history with an all-Asian American City Council, unofficial results from Tuesday's election show that voters in that San Gabriel Valley city appear to have ended up with four Chinese American councilmembers and one Latina,...
The road out of Park City is often paved in gold.
True to its reputation, the Sundance Film Festival debuted a variety of fascinating and cutting-edge independent films during its annual run in Park City recently, but this year’s biggest breakout star was not celluloid. It was technology, as Silicon Valley innovation invaded this year’s festival in a big way. Show More Summary
EXCLUSIVE: WME has signed Matt Sobel, writer/director/producer of Take Me to the River, which debuted at Sundance. This marks the third signing the agency made of filmmakers who made a splash at Park City; WME also signed The Hallow helmer Corin Hardy and Seoul Searching‘s Benton Lee. Show More Summary
In a situation that reportedly involved "an enormous amount of alcohol," Into the Wild actor Emile Hirsch is accused of attacking a female Hollywood exec during a Sundance-related party in Utah. The incident happened at a Park City nightclub in the wee hours of Jan. 25, though TMZ is just...
Emile Hirsch just checked himself into Rehab after he was questioned last month by police for allegedly attacking a female Hollywood executive, Daniele Bernfeld, at a Sundance Film Festival party in Park City, Utah, TMZ reported. The...Show More Summary
Park City police have charged Emile Hirsch with felony aggravated assault for choking Paramount executive Dani Bernfeld during a fight at the Sundance Film Festival last month. If convicted, he could face up to five years behind bars...Show More Summary
A Dallas news station has produced a touching story about a Down syndrome boy whose diligent work has made an impression on his employer and proved everyone wrong. 18-year-old Nick Jones has a part time job at Park Cities Ford, a car dealership in Dallas, where his duties include making sure all the cars in […]
In Park City, freezing temperatures make for hot performances. You might know them as Charlie from Girls or Robin from How I Met Your Mother, but the following actors we know from the boxes in our living rooms prove that they command even more star power on the big screen, stretching their acting chops to heights we didn't know existed. Show More Summary
Guest contributor Jonathan Stevenson / Every January throngs of industry strivers and film buffs congregate in the snowy streets of Park City for the Sundance Film Festival to network, make distribution deals, and watch great independent movies before they reach local art houses. Show More Summary
With the Sundance Film Festival all wrapped up, a trickle of trailers from films showcased in Park City is starting to run through the Internet. Pair those teasers with the ones for films coming to South by Southwest next month and eccentric...Show More Summary
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We chatted with local businesses in Park City and Salt Lake City gearing up for Elevation UTAH 2015 to find out what not to miss. read more
The 37th annual Sundance Film Festival was, as always, a glitzy riot of rumors, acquisitions, and hype, but at its heart, again like always, the Park City extravaganza hums on the quality of its films and acting. The roster of sterling performances this year was as strong as ever—and unusually... More »
“It’s so rare to see anything about women this age,” Blythe Danner told The Huffington Post in Park City last week, where her film “I’ll See You In My Dreams” premiered at the Sundance Film Festival. “I remember meeting Leslie Caron years ago and her saying that she was leaving after 35 because there would be no great roles," she said. Show More Summary
Editor's note: An Banh is one of four recipients of the Sundance Institute's Roger Ebert Fellowship for Film Criticism for 2014. The scholarship meant he participated in the Indiewire | Sundance Institute Fellowship for Film Criticism,...Show More Summary
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Sony Pictures Classics had a busy Sundance acquiring The Diary Of A Teenage Girl and Grandma during the festival. It has now snapped up yet another title that debuted in Park City, taking North American rights on Louise Osmond’s Dark Horse which won the Audience Award in the World Cinema Documentary Competition last month. Show More Summary