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'Knock Knock' Trailer: Keanu Reeves Gets Tricked By Babes

A full-length trailer for Eli Roth's upcoming film, Knock Knock, has hit the web. The film, which appears to be a remake of Peter S. Traynor’s punishing 1977 Death Game, premiered at the Sundance Film Festival as part of the Park City at Midnight section earlier this year. Show More Summary

Exclusive New TV Spot for Dope

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2015 Sundance Film Fest Provided $83.4 Million Economic Boon For Utah

Film festivals are not only popular, they can also prove very profitable for the cities and states that host them. Take the Sundance Film Festival, for example. According to a study conducted by the University of Utah, this year's festival...Show More Summary

‘I’ll See You In My Dreams’ Review: Blythe Danner Shines In Movie Aimed At Hollywood’s Forgotten Older Demo

Surprisingly, I’ll See You In My Dreams was a big hit with critics and audiences when it premiered at the Sundance Film Festival in January. I say surprising because this comedy-drama about an aging widow who tries to find renewed life...Show More Summary

K5 International Ramps Up With ‘Being Evel’ Rights – Cannes

EXCLUSIVE: Daniel Junge's feature documentary Being Evel debuted at the Sundance Film Festival in January, and was later acquired by Gravitas Ventures for North America. International sales rights to the story of the notorious stuntShow More Summary

Mick Taylor Will Return In a Third ‘Wolf Creek’!

Image Entertainment’s Wolf Creek 2 was awesome. In fact, I like it way better than its Sundance Film Festival predecessor (here’s my review). While the franchise isn’t a big deal here in the States, it’s quite successful in its home country of Australia. So, when word came out that a third film was in the […]

Natalie Portman Cast in Marielle Heller's Next Project on Ginsburg

One of the films we've been supporting ever since it first premiered at the Sundance Film Festival is a little gem called The Diary of a Teenage Girl (Ethan's review), which Sony Pictures Classics is releasing later this year. Well,Show More Summary

Lifetime Movie Stockholm, Pennsylvania Was So Good I Had To Double-Check The Network

And it's not just that it was good; Lifetime movies have been good before. This movie was a different kind of good. So I wasn't exactly surprised to learn that the film originally premiered at the 2015 Sundance Film Festival. More » Lifetime...Show More Summary

New ‘Dope’ Trailer: Allow Shameik Moore to Reintroduce Himself

One of the most buzzed-about titles out of the Sundance Film Festival was undoubtedly the energetic comedy Dope from director Rick Famuyiwa. We’ve already seen a creative teaser trailer, and a much more informative theatrical trailer for the flick, starring Shameik Moore in a breakout performance, but one more couldn’t hurt. Show More Summary

‘Unexpected’ Trailer: Cobie Smulders and Anders Holm Get Pregnant

After playing the 2015 Sundance Film Festival earlier this year, plenty of indies will be headed to theaters as the year goes on. This summer will bring quite a few as counter-programming to the big studio projects crowding the multiplexes, and one of those films is the charming comedic drama Unexpected. Show More Summary

‘Reversal’ Dated and Retitled to ‘Bound to Vengeance’

IFC Midnight has dated J.M Cravioto’s Sundance Film Festival selection Bound to Vengeance (read our review), which centers on a woman who is kidnapped and decides to strike back at her captor. The film was retitled from Reversal for its VOD release on June 26. Starring Tina Ivlev, Richard Tyson and Bianca Malinowski, Bound to […]

Here’s The Transgender-Prostitute-Revenge-Buddy Comedy You’ve Been Waiting For

3 weeks agoLGBT / Gay : Queerty

One of the biggest surprises at this year’s Sundance Film Festival was the success of Sean Baker’s Tangerine, a brash, energetic, wildly entertaining buddy comedy-drama about transgender prostitutes in Hollywood. Known for directingShow More Summary

Michael Fassbender Is Wry, Wet, and Wearing Long Johns. We Repeat …

John Maclean's smart and sensitive Slow West was well received at this year's Sundance Film Festival, casting Michael Fassbender as a mysterious outlaw who helps guide a young man (brand-new Nightcrawler Kodi Smit-McPhee) through the American frontier to reunite with the woman who left him behind. It's a good movie,... More »

Watch Nina Simone Tackle Her Demons in Stirring Documentary Trailer

After kicking off this year's Sundance Film Festival, What Happened, Miss Simone?, a new documentary on Nina Simone, will premiere on Netflix and in select theatres June 26th. Watch the stirring trailer for the intimate film above. Composed of archival footage, rare recordings and the vocalist's own hits, the Liz Garbus-directed doc...

Netflix's Nina Simone Documentary Looks Fabulous

Time to get a peek at What Happened, Miss Simone?, the Nina Simone documentary that was a hit with critics at the Sundance Film Festival. You won't even have to go to a theater to see it! Netflix is debuting the doc on June 26, and after watching the trailer, you'll be more than ready to spend a night learning about the legendary singer. Show More Summary

A New Trailer for 'Strangerland' Has Arrived

Strangerland, which stars Nicole Kidman, Joseph Fiennes, & Hugo Weaving has a new trailer for you to check out. The film, which premiered at this year's Sundance Film Festival, was directed by Kim Farrant. A family finds their dull life...Show More Summary

‘Stanford Prison Experiment’ Writer Tim Talbott Signs With ICM Partners

EXCLUSIVE: Scribe Tim Talbott has signed with ICM Partners. He won the 2015 Sundance Film Festival’s Waldo Salt Screenwriting Award for The Stanford Prison Experiment. He left CAA. Talbott spent the past three years on Chicago Fire, most recently as an executive story editor, and before that was staffer on the final season of CBS drama Medium. Show More Summary

This Great Tumblr Shows Why We Need to Talk About What It’s Like to Be a Female Director

While at the Sundance Film Festival earlier this year, my colleague Forrest Wickman and I interviewed a few up-and-coming female directors about their experiences in and perspectives on working in a male-dominated industry. It was fascinating...Show More Summary

Take a Joy Ride In These ‘Cop Car’ Stills!

Focus World is planning an August release for Cop Car, a thriller that had its World Premiere at this past January’s Sundance Film Festival in Park City, Utah. Today, we have an awesome poster and new stills from the movie that stars Kevin Bacon, as well as James Freedson-Jackson, Hays Wellford, Shea Whigham, and Camryn […]

How Brad Bird Almost Helming ‘Star Wars’ Resulted in Colin Trevorrow Directing ‘Jurassic World’

Many people have wondered how Colin Trevorrow ended up directing Jurassic World. I loved his indie dramedy Safety Not Guaranteed when I saw it at the 2012 Sundance Film Festival (you can read my Sundance review here) but even I didn’t expect...Show More Summary

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