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Nick Broomfield Recalls the Power of Pat Kingsley

16 hours agoIndustries / Media : FishbowlNY

Among the feature documentaries to premiere at the 2015 Sundance Film Festival was Brett Morgen‘s Kurt Cobain: Montage of Heck. Not so fortunate at the same event in 1998 was Nick Broomfield‘s similar film Kurt and Courtney. As Broomfield...Show More Summary

Nick Broomfield Recalls the Power of Pat Kingsley

Among the feature documentaries to premiere at the 2015 Sundance Film Festival was Brett Morgen’s Kurt Cobain: Montage of Heck. A happier fate than the one that befell Nick Broomfield’s Kurt and Courtney feature documentary at the 1998...Show More Summary

Sundance Will Continue to Hold Film Festivals in Hong Kong and London

Hong Kong's festival will occur in September, while London's will take place in 2016.

Study of Sundance Filmmakers Finds Men Get Stronger Deals at Festival Than Women Do

The report also finds there are fewer opportunities for women as they progress in Hollywood even though reviews of their films are about even or slightly better than the critical reception for male-directed movies.

Oculus Reinvents Cinema for a Virtual Reality World

In a fancy room in an even fancier hotel during January’s Sundance Film Festival, Saschka Unseld is doing something he’s not used to doing: playing pitchman. But when you’re trying to change the way people watch movies, you do what you have to. Show More Summary

The Trailer for The Overnight Accurately Promises Bob & Carol & Ted & Alice & Full Frontal

One of my favorite movies at this year’s Sundance Film Festival was The Overnight—and not just because of its free and open embrace of male full-frontal nudity. Patrick Brice’s raunchy comedy features a great cast—Adam Scott, Jason Schwartzman,...Show More Summary

Live from the Tribeca Film Festival: Friday, April 17

I rarely miss either the Sundance or Toronto film festivals each year - but my relationship with the Tribeca film fest has been spottier.  Partly that's due to scheduling: For a variety of reasons, I've been out of town for large chunks...Show More Summary

Dope Trailer: Welcome to a Day in a Life of a Geek

This Sundance hit was one of our favorites at the festival, and you can see it for yourself on June 19th. "Dope Trailer: Welcome to a Day in a Life of a Geek" was originally published on Film School Rejects for our wonderful readers to enjoy. Show More Summary

Netflix’s Secret Special Algorithm Is a Human

On the opening night of this year’s Sundance Film Festival, two films, as usual, had their premières, gaining maximum exposure to reporters and critics. The first was “What Happened, Miss Simone?,” a documentary about the singer and civil-rights icon Nina Simone. Show More Summary

Tribeca Film Festival puts interactive stories center stage

Storytellers are finding new mediums, like mobile apps, virtual reality headsets and web-based products, to convey their narrative. Of course, events like Sundance and Tribeca Film Festival are the perfect place to exhibit any fresh or interesting project, where people can actually experience them firsthand. Show More Summary

Toronto International Film Festival wades into television. Can it work?

Film festivals in recent years have been grappling with how, and whether, to tackle television and its current renaissance. Sundance, for instance, offered episodes of “The Jinx” this year, and the Tribeca Film Festival that gets underway Wednesday will debut an episode of “Inside Amy Schumer.”

Cobie Smulders & Guy Pearce Star in Sundance Indie 'Results' Trailer

"You really do sound married." There's plenty of potential indie darlings hitting theaters this summer among the normal blockbuster fare, and one film coming from the 2015 Sundance Film Festival to the big screen is Results. The comedy stars Guy Pearce, Cobie Smulders and Kevin Corrigan in both a professional and romantic love triangle. Show More Summary

When Did Film Get So Cynical About Journalism?

The theatrical release of Rupert Goold’s True Story this Friday was set quite some time ago, announced even before the film’s premiere at the Sundance Film Festival back in January, so its timeliness is coincidental, but still remarkable. Show More Summary

What Would A-Listers Look Like if They Got Sent Back in Time?

Thanks to photographer Victoria Will, we got to find out. At the Sundance Film Festival earlier this year, Will stepped back into photography past to create some really cool and genuinely affecting images. Profoto, a company that makes...Show More Summary

For Our Consideration: A cartoon about a clone from the future may be 2015’s best film

Throughout this year’s Sundance Film Festival, whenever I’d run into my fellow critics, we’d go through the usual ritual exchange of, “What have you liked so far?” Passing movie titles back and forth, more often than I could count, the...Show More Summary

Official Site Launch for Sundance Horror 'Rite'

A young girl faces an unsettling evil in "Rite," which plays the Sundance Film Festival Jan. 16. Here's the lowdown: SYNOPSIS... A young girl faces an unsettling ritual. THE CONCEPT... RITE began as an argument in 2002. Writer/director...Show More Summary

Trailer for Sundance Title 'Dead Snow'

We've talked about "Dead Snow" before -- the Nazi zombie film out of Norway. Well, here's the new trailer for this great looking horror film which is playing Sundance. Plus, the lineup of other horror titles playing the festival this January. Here are the main horror titles playing the fest this year: "Dead Snow," directed by Tommy Wirkola. Show More Summary

Celebrity portraits are haunting when shot on an old tintype camera

In 2014, portrait photographer Victoria Will arrived at Sundance Film Festival for the fourth time in her career with the intent of trying something different. So she turned her temporary digital studio into a tintype photography studio...Show More Summary

Fox Beats 'Napoleon Dynamite' Producers on Appeal of Big Profits Ruling

With at least $10 million on the line, Fox Searchlight's written deal triumphs over one lawyer's oral understanding of what happened at the Sundance Film Festival. read more

Photographer Creates Tintype Portraits of Celebrities at the Sundance Film Festival

2 weeks agoHumor / odd : Laughing Squid

Kevin Bacon At the 2015 Sundance Film Festival, photographer Victoria Will set up a photo studio and shot tintype portraits of the festival’s celebrity attendees. Will explains the (rather involved) production process in this behind-the-scenes video. She has more celebrity tintype portraits on her website. Julianne Nicholson Robert Redford Spike Lee Analeigh Tipton photos by […]

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