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Equity

A quiet and compelling film about the ethical murkwood of high finance. Last January, I was in a room full of movie lovers who were discussing the movies they'd seen the previous day at the Sundance Film Festival, and one of them had seen Equity. Show More Summary

First Trailer for Andrew Ahn's Korean-American Indie Film 'Spa Night'

"I thought I could do better for you. I thought I could do more." Strand Releasing has debuted the official trailer for Andrew Ahn's film Spa Night, which premiered at the Sundance Film Festival earlier this year. Joe Seo plays David...Show More Summary

‘Operation Avalanche’ Trailer: A Fake Documentary About Faking the Totally Fake Moon Landing

After debuting at the Sundance Film Festival earlier this year, the faux documentary Operation Avalanche will be coming to theaters this fall. And for conspiracy theorists who think the moon landing was faked by the government, this could just be more fuel to the fire. Show More Summary

David Goyer Says His Darth Vader VR Project Will Make You Cry

ILMxLab has been doing a lot of interesting experimental work. The company hopes to develop the future of storytelling experiences using new technologies like Virtual Reality and Augmented Reality. At the 2016 Sundance Film Festival,...Show More Summary

Watch: Official Trailer for Documentary 'Author: The JT LeRoy Story'

"The biggest literary hoax of our time!" Amazon Studios and Magnolia Pictures have debuted the official trailer for a documentary called Author: The JT LeRoy Story, which first premiered at the Sundance Film Festival earlier this year. Show More Summary

The Hollars Trailer: John Krasinski Wants to Give You a Big Ol’ Sad-Cry

John Krasinski's The Hollars, which the actor both directs and stars in, was one of the big success stories at this year's Sundance Film Festival, and now here's its trailer so you can see why Sony Pictures Classics picked it up. Krasinski plays an artist who returns home to care for ... More »

Ryan Gosling Sings a Jazzy Tune to Emma Stone in the Fantastical First Trailer for La La Land

Following up on his breakout sensation Whiplash—which won three Oscars in addition to top prizes at the Sundance Film Festival—Damien Chazelle is back in the awards season conversation with the ambitious, star-studded La La Land. Set...Show More Summary

First Red Band Trailer for Indie New York City Drug Drama 'White Girl'

FilmRise has debuted a new trailer for an indie called White Girl, which premiered at the Sundance Film Festival this year, the first feature from director Elizabeth Wood. In the film, Morgan Saylor stars as a "white girl" who falls for a guy and desperately tries to keep him in her life. Show More Summary

This ‘The Blackout Experiments’ Clip Plays With Fire (Exclusive)

The scariest maze in America has been documented in Rich Fox’s The Blackout Experiments(read our review), which had its World Premiere at the Sundance Film Festival. The Blackout Experiments begins when, “A group of friends discover the dark underworld of the ultra-scary, psychosexual horror experience called Blackout. But what starts as a thrill ride through the unknown […]

‘Goat:’ Trailer Out For Nick Jonas, James Franco’s Grueling Hazing Drama [Video]

The film premiered at the 2016 Sundance Film Festival to mostly positive reviews and now the official Goat trailer is out to introduce us to the dark drama of college hazing. James Franco is involved as both an actor and producer and he continues to show how he can excel in handling challenging subject matter,... Show More Summary

Debut Films Are Exciting. But They’re Far Less Important Than Second Films.

Every year at the Sundance Film Festival, cinephiles haul themselves through snowdrifts and inhale underoxygenated mountain air for a chance to be present at the unveiling of a great filmmaker. Sundance premieres are the cornerstone of the festival’s mythos. Show More Summary

Molly Shannon & Jesse Plemons Star in First Trailer for 'Other People'

"I get to see my whole world at dinner tonight." Vertical Entertainment has unveiled a trailer for the indie comedy Other People, which premiered at the Sundance Film Festival on opening night this year. Starring Jesse Plemons and Molly...Show More Summary

Other People Trailer: Molly Shannon Plays a Fun Mom With Cancer, Will Probably Make You Cry

Molly Shannon made waves at this year's Sundance Film Festival with her turn as a mother dying from cancer in Other People. The character is about as far as possible from Shannon’s role as Mary Catherine “Superstar” Gallagher on Saturday Night Live, but SNL still played an important role in ... More »

Watch Craig Robinson’s Old-School Lesson in This Cute Morris From America Clip

Craig Robinson won a special award at the Sundance Film Festival this year for his performance in Morris From America, and in this exclusive clip, you'll get a sense of his warm, winning turn. In the film, directed by Chad Hartigan, Robinson plays Curtis, who has relocated to Germany for ... More »

Watch Nick Jonas Play Raging Frat Boy in 'Goat' Trailer

In the intense and brooding drama Goat, set for release on September 23rd, Nick Jonas surprisingly wowed audiences at this year's Sundance Film Festival with his conflicted portrayal of Brett, a young frat pledge's defensive older brother. But he's helpless to save his sibling Brad (Ben Schnetzer) when the merciless hazing from the...

Why it's so hard for women and minority directors, and a possible solution

As a first-time director, Anna Rose Holmer is in an elite group. Her movie, “The Fits,” about an 11-year-old tomboy trying to fit in, was one of the fewer than 1% of submitted features Sundance Film Festival programmers chose last year, an acceptance rate tougher than that of an an Ivy League college....

Flying Lotus Makes Directorial Debut With Short Film

Sundance NEXT FEST is a film and music festival taking place  August 12-14 at The Theatre at Ace Hotel Downtown Los Angeles. It presents the Los Angeles premieres of six new independent films from the 2016 Sundance Film Festival “paired...Show More Summary

Your Favorite Actors From Your Favorite TV Shows Are All in this Trailer for Sundance Indie The Intervention

Hit pause on the trailer for The Intervention, and you’re all but guaranteed to see a bunch of beloved TV characters on your screen, dropped in one place. The independent movie, which premiered at this year’s Sundance Film Festival and will hit theaters on Aug. Show More Summary

‘The Intervention’ Trailer: Melanie Lynskey Gets By with a Little Help from Her Friends

Several titles that premiered at the Sundance Film Festival earlier this year are making their way to limited releases and VOD this summer. One of the more charming offerings is The Intervention, a relationship dramedy fueled by an incredible...Show More Summary

Carving With Words: Matt Ross on “Captain Fantastic”

Matt Ross will never forget the time he met Roger Ebert. It was after a screening of his directorial debut, “28 Hotel Rooms,” at the 2012 Sundance film Festival. As a lifelong fan of “Siskel & Ebert,” Ross was starstruck when the legendary critic approached him and said “lovely things” about his movie. Show More Summary

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