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Kevin Smith's 'Yoga Hosers' Headlines Sundance's Midnight Slate

Kevin Smith's Yoga Hosers and Rob Zombie's 31 are among the nine films that will have their world premiere during the Midnight portion of the Sundance Film Festival, which runs January 21-31, 2016. The oddly named Yoga Hosers marks the second film in the director's True North trilogy, following Tusk. As...

Sundance Film Festival Unveils 2016 Midnight Lineup

In an unexpected announcement this morning, the Sundance Institute unveiled their nine feature lineup for the Midnight section of the 2016 Sundance Film Festival, including new films from Kevin Smith and Rob Zombie. Notorious for its...Show More Summary

The Sundance Film Festival Reveals a Whole Smorgasbord of Crazy With Their Midnight Line-Up

The Sundance Film Festival is all about giving small movies from new filmmakers a platform, and their “Midnight” section is all about giving small genre movies from often insane filmmakers a platform from which to disgust, horrify, and shock Fest attendees. Show More Summary

CNN Ignores Lawsuit Threat, Airs Film on Campus Rape

CNN aired a documentary about campus rape Sunday night—and this one came with the threat of a lawsuit ahead of time. The network ran The Hunting Ground, a documentary first seen at the Sundance Film Festival, reports NPR. The most controversial part includes an interview with Erica Kinsman, who...

Sundance 2016 Unveils Midnight Lineup Including New Films from Kevin Smith, Rob Zombie, and More

It feels ridiculous to say as it means nearly a full year has passed since we returned from covering Sundance 2015 in Park City, UT, but the 2016 edition of the Sundance Film Festival is right around the corner. We’re already makingShow More Summary

Newswire: Sundance Film Festival unveils its midnight movie lineup

Next year’s Sundance Film Festival will feature evil clowns, snarky convenience store clerks, and conspiracy-obsessed stoners. Although that sounds like it could be the premise of Kevin Smith’s entry alone, it’s actually the complete lineup for the festival’s Midnight Film Section. Show More Summary

Sundance Film Festival 2016: Surprise Reveal of Midnight Film Line-Up

Every new year brings us another Sundance Film Festival and with 60 days left until Sundance 2016 kicks off on January 21st, it's time to kick things off. The festival has surprisingly revealed just the Midnight line-up on its own. The rest of the festival line-up has yet to be revealed - and should happen in the next few weeks. Show More Summary

[Sundance ’15] New Image From Rob Zombie’s ’31’!

The Sundance Film Festival just broke the news that they’ll be World Premiering 31, Rob Zombie’s Halloween slasher, in the Park City at Midnight portion of the fest running from January 21-31 2016 in Park City, Utah. The announcement came bearing a brand spanking new image from the film starring Sheri Moon Zombie, Malcolm McDowell, […]

[Sundance ’16] Rob Zombie’s ’31’ and Kevin Smith’s ‘Yoga Hosers’ to Premiere!

The Sundance Film Festival has just announced their selections for the Park City at Midnight portion of the fest, running from January 21-31 2016 in Park City, Utah. Like every year, there’s an insane amount of surprises to go along with some dark horse indies that we’ve never heard of. The biggest surprises is that […]

Johnny Depp & Kevin Smith Pic Among Sundance Film Festival 2016 Midnight Slate

Johnny Depp, Malcolm McDowell and Luke Wilson are among the cast members of the first announced movies of Midnight section of the 2016 Sundance Film Festival. Late tonight, the Robert Redford founded indie cinema shindig made publicShow More Summary

First Red Band Trailer for Vulgar Gymnastics Comedy 'The Bronze'

"I'm not a coach, I'm a star!" Sony Pictures Classics has unveiled a red band (for language!) trailer for the indie comedy The Bronze, which was an opening night film at the 2015 Sundance Film Festival. Melissa Rauch plays Hope Anne Greggory, a gymnast who won the bronze at the Olympics once, and now lives with the glory of that fame. Show More Summary

‘The Bronze’ Red-Band Trailer “Puts the Nasty in Gymnastics”

The opening night movie of this year’s Sundance Film Festival was a bit of a letdown. In 2014, Whiplash kicked off the fest, starting things off with a bang. This year, though, the festival started with a whimper. Director Bryan Buckley‘s The...Show More Summary

Robb Report’s Travel Guide to the 2016 Sundance Film Festival [SLIDESHOW]

Rebekah Bell Every year, hundreds of parka-clad cinephiles spill out of the Egyptian Theatre, traipsing over Utah’s moonlit snowbanks as they discuss which of the independent films is most worthy of the big screen. Since 1985, Robert Redford’s Sundance Film Festival has become America’s premier independent-film festival. Show More Summary

New ‘The Witch’ Poster Teases One of the Best Films You’ll See in 2016

The Witch doesn’t even open until 2016 and it’s already one of the best films of the year. The film was smash hit at the Sundance Film Festival, where writer/director Robert Eggers took home the Best Director prize, and it won a new legion of followers months later at Fantastic Fest. Show More Summary

The Story of Sembene!: How Ousmane Sembene Invented African Cinema

This post was originally published on February 10, 2015. With Sembene! opening in limited release this weekend, we're re-promoting it. This year’s Sundance Film Festival was filled with movies about the love of movies: The drama smash Me and Earl and the Dying Girl and the documentary The Wolfpack both featured characters whose lives... More »

Contest: Chicago, see Saoirse Ronan in Brooklyn early and for free

One of the most talked-about movies from this year’s Sundance Film Festival was Brooklyn, the ’50s-set tale of a young Irish immigrant who finds herself torn between her new life in America and the one she left behind. Turning heads in the starring role is Saoirse Ronan, whose strong performances have grounded even middling films. Show More Summary

‘Brooklyn’ Review: Saoirse Ronan Caught Between Two Countries & Two Loves

Brooklyn made its acclaimed debut at the beginning of the year at the Sundance Film Festival, and I have a feeling that by the time Oscars roll around 13 months later it will still be standing. As I say in my video review (click theShow More Summary

Anya Taylor-Joy Signs With CAA

Anya Taylor-Joy has signed with CAA. She starred in The Witch, which won the U.S. Dramatic Directing Award at this year's Sundance Film Festival. From there, she starred in the Scott Free-produced sci-fi thriller Morgan for Fox. Taylor-Joy is currently shooting the female lead in M. Show More Summary

Bryan Buckley To Direct ‘Where The White Man Runs Away’ With ‘X-Men’s’ Evan Peters To Star

EXCLUSIVE: Commercial director Bryan Buckley whose feature film debut The Bronze was the opening film at this year’s Sundance Film Festival and it was bought by Relativity for $3M, will next direct a biographical comedy-drama based on a story in the New York Times’ bestseller The Pirates of Somalia from Jay Bahadur. Show More Summary

Web Storytelling Heads Back Offline With 'Sherlock Holmes and the Internet of Things'

By Noah J. Nelson (@noahjnelson) Lance Weiler makes interesting stuff. If you follow the seam where entertainment and tech intersect than you've probably heard of Weiler. At the Sundance Film Festival in 2011 he experimented with location based storytelling with an experience called Pandemic. Show More Summary

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