Trend Results : "Sundance Film Festival"


Related Searches

Blog Post Results (1-20 of 3643)

FILTER RESULTS

First Trailer for Israeli Indie Film 'Sand Storm' Directed by Elite Zexer

"Did you ever look at your daughter?" Kino Lorber has debuted the official US trailer for the indie drama Sand Storm, and Israeli film which premiered at the Sundance Film Festival earlier this year. It's a drama set in Bedouin village...Show More Summary

Here's your first look at Best Picture heavyweight 'Manchester by the Sea'

LOS ANGELES — Manchester by the Sea was one of those rare films, like Spotlight, that was an Oscar Best Picture nomination on arrival. That arrival came on January 24, during the Sundance Film Festival, the first and only public screening of the film so far. Show More Summary

The Trailer for Oscar Hopeful 'Manchester by the Sea' Will Leave You Emotionally Wrecked

"Manchester by the Sea" debuted at the Sundance Film Festival earlier this year to universal acclaim and was subsequently bought by Amazon Studios for a whopping $10 million. And you can see why Kenneth Lonergan's latest film had such...Show More Summary

‘Manchester by the Sea’ Trailer: Casey Affleck Stars in One of the Most Acclaimed Movies in Recent Memory

When Manchester by the Sea premiered at the Sundance Film Festival earlier this year, it was met with near universal acclaim from all who saw it. Many attendees declared it an early frontrunner for the best film of 2016. It started the 2017 Oscar conversation before the 2016 awards could even occur. Show More Summary

First Trailer for Sexual Assault & Online Bullying Doc 'Audrie & Daisy'

"Shame is trending." Netflix has debuted the trailer for a documentary titled Audrie & Daisy, which first premiered at this year's Sundance Film Festival. The doc examines the lives of two different women, Audrie Pott and Daisy Coleman, who never met each other but were brought together by tragic circumstances. Show More Summary

With a cloud over 'Birth of a Nation,' which awards contenders might avert #OscarsSoWhite3?

Nate Parker's blunt biographical drama “The Birth of a Nation” premiered at the Sundance Film Festival in January, 11 days after members of the Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences came under fire for nominating only white actors for a second straight year. Parker’s movie, which tells the...

‘Joshy’ DVD Release News

“Joshy” received a lot of chatter and laughs during the Sundance Film Festival. Now it’s coming to Blu-ray, DVD and Digital HD on October 4th. The film stars Thomas Middleditch [...]

A decades-old college rape case casts cloud over Oscar hopeful Nate Parker

When Nate Parker premiered his provocative drama about the 1831 Nat Turner slave rebellion at the Sundance Film Festival in January, the audience response was electric. After a fierce bidding war, Fox Searchlight acquired “The Birth of a Nation” for a record $17.5 million and Parker, a first-time...

The director of 'Birth of a Nation' opens up about being accused of rape in college

In the last week, Nate Parker, director of Sundance Film Festival award-winning movie "The Birth of a Nation," has been granting interviews with select press to comment on being charged with rape while a student at Penn State. It's a...Show More Summary

The Nate Parker whispers started at Sundance — before 'The Birth of a Nation' premiere

LOS ANGELES — I no longer recall who told me at the Sundance Film Festival back in January to look into Nate Parker's past — but it was definitely before the world premiere of The Birth of a Nation, which went on to win the audienceShow More Summary

Markees Christmas goes from 'Southern Cali baby' to movie star with 'Morris From America' debut

Despite his last name, 16-year-old Markees Christmas saw snow for the first time this year when he attended the Sundance Film Festival. The young South Los Angeles native made his acting debut in Chad Hartigan’s film “Morris From America,” which won the Waldo Salt Screenwriting Award at Sundance....

A Conversation with Nate Parker about 'The Birth of a Nation'

CT talks to the writer, director, and star of the highly-anticipated film about his faith and race in America. On January 25, I settled into the balcony of the Eccles Theater at the Sundance Film Festival, next to another critic. We'd...Show More Summary

Fear Finds the ‘Under the Shadow’ Poster and Trailer

The farsi-language horror film Under the Shadow, written and directed by BAFTA-nominated Babak Anvari, is arriving in theaters on October 7 after World Premiering at the Sundance Film Festival in Park City, Utah this past January. Set in post-revolution Tehran, during the Iran-Iraq war, the film a follows a young mother who remains with her six-year-old […]

Official US Trailer for Outstanding Iranian Horror 'Under the Shadow'

"There's no escape from them." Vertical Ent. has unveiled the US trailer for a horror-thriller called Under the Shadow, which premiered at the Sundance Film Festival this year. This outstanding ghost story is set in Tehran and starsShow More Summary

Official Trailer for Award-Winning Peru Doc 'When Two Worlds Collide'

"This must end." First Run Features has debuted an official trailer for a powerful environmental activism documentary called When Two Worlds Collide, which premiered at the Sundance Film Festival this year and won a Special Jury Prize for Best Debut Feature. Show More Summary

‘The Eagle Huntress’ Trailer: Smashing The Glass Ceiling On The Mongolian Steppe

Director Otto Bell’s The Eagle Huntress made a pretty big splash earlier this year at the Sundance Film Festival when it became the first documentary to debut in the Sundance kids’ section. It soon swooped up in a 7 figure deal by Sony...Show More Summary

Josh Mond To Direct Fox’s Graphic Novel Adaptation ‘Jake Ellis’

EXCLUSIVE: Josh Mond, who wrote and directed the 2015 Sundance Film Festival pic James White, has been tapped to direct Jake Ellis, 20th Century Fox’s movie adaptation of Nathan Edmonson’s Image Comics graphic novel Who Is Jake Ellis? Chernin...Show More Summary

Must Watch: Trailer for Inspiring Documentary 'The Eagle Huntress'

Witness one girl's dream take flight. Sony Classics has unveiled the first trailer for The Eagle Huntress, directed by Otto Bell, one of my favorite documentaries out of the Sundance FIlm Festival this year. The film follows the story...Show More Summary

Photographer creates celebrity tintype portraits at the Sundance Film Festival

With film’s second demise looking more imminent with each Fuji announcement, wet plate photography gets more and more appealing. Don’t get me wrong, I primarily shoot digital, but I enjoy the process of creating analogue. It not because it “forces me to slow down” or anything arty. It’s just relaxing, especially developing it. In this video, portrait photographer [...]Show More Summary

Tallulah

When writer/director Sian Heder introduced “Tallulah” at this year’s past Sundance Film Festival, it was revealed that she was around six months pregnant during production. She also shared that when she received the call about the festival...Show More Summary

Copyright © 2015 Regator, LLC