After making a splash at the Sundance Film Festival earlier this year, the indie sensation The Diary of a Teenage Girl is coming to theaters next month. The film may not have made our list of the Best of Sundance 2015, but it’s certainly one of those indies worth seeking out this summer. Show More Summary
Filmmaker Ryan Coogler and Michael B. Jordan first teamed up together on Fruitvale Station, the story of Oscar Grant’s killing at the hands of police officers in Oakland, Ca., which was a Sundance Film Festival hit. Now Coogler and Jordan are now joining forces again and this time it’s sure to be another heavy hitter.
Over the years we’ve come to know Mike Tyson as many things: song and dance man, reality show star, loose cannon on radio talk shows, celebrated guest at the Sundance and Cannes film festivals, convicted rapist, et cetera, et cetera, and all that…
Netflix has released the first trailer for their Netflix original documentary Tig, which follows comedian Tig Notaro as she “finds life in the face of death”. The film was an official selection of the Sundance Film Festival last year, where it got mostly positive reviews. Show More Summary
EXCLUSIVE: Kiersey Clemons, who stars alongside Shameik Moore and Tony Revolori in this year’s Sundance Film Festival darling Dope, has signed with UTA. Dope won the Grand Jury prize at Sundance this winter and Rick Famuyiwa’s feature was...Show More Summary
Sometimes traveling for family business has its benefits, as I learned when I had a chance to spend a short few nights at the beautiful Sundance Mountain Resort. You know the place, it’s where the Sundance Film Festival takes place, it’s owned by actor/director Robert Redford and his family trust, and it’s one of the most beautiful spots in Utah. Show More Summary
Sleeping With Other People, starring SNL vet Jason Sudeikis and Community's Alison Brie, debuted at Sundance earlier this year before making its way through the film festival circuit. Now the first trailer has debuted so the public can...Show More Summary
IFC Films won a seven-figure bidding war for the Jason Sudeikis-Alison Brie romantic comedy Sleeping With Other People at the Berlin Film Festival, following the pic’s world premiere at the Sundance Film Festival. It has set a September...Show More Summary
"For the first time, I'm a little bit optimistic you might not become that creepy guy." IFC Films has debuted the first trailer for Sleeping with Other People, a Sundance comedy that was one of our favorites of this festival earlier this year. Show More Summary
LOS ANGELES — When you can get Werner Herzog to narrate your indie film trailer, you definitely go with that. When you can't, well... we haff waze of making you talk. SEE ALSO: 9 things that popped at the Sundance Film Festival Mashable...Show More Summary
Each year, the program at the Sundance Film Festival includes dozens of short films from both established names in the film world and and up-and-coming directors. Now, on a new website, Sundance has hand-picked a selection of those shorts and offered them for free. Show More Summary
Continuing what has fast become an annual highlight of the local summer movie season, Sundance Next Fest on Wednesday announced its upcoming program. Culled from films that premiered earlier this year at the Sundance Film Festival, the main program will run Aug. 7-9, with the announcement declaring...
Liz Garbus’ “What Happened, Miss Simone?,” premiering on Netflix this Friday after opening this year’s Sundance Film Festival, falls just short of greatness but captures enough of the remarkable story and talent of its subject that it warrants a look. Show More Summary
Sundance NEXT FEST, a film and music festival, takes place August 7-9 at the Theatre at Ace Hotel Downtown Los Angeles. It features the L.A. premieres of six films from the 2015 Sundance Film Festival, many accompanied by a musical performance. Show More Summary
With the June 12 theatrical release of The Wolfpack—winner of this year's Sundance Film Festival Grand Jury Prize for U.S. Documentary—the Angulo brothers have been thrust into the media spotlight, landing in Vogue, Vanity Fair and on the cover of The New York Times' Arts & Leisure section, and even collaborating with Vice Media on a short film. Show More Summary
Right now you can get plenty of Lily Tomlin in the Netflix exclusive series Grace and Frankie, but later this summer she’s also got a new indie hitting theaters, fresh from the Sundance Film Festival and Los Angeles Film Festival this year. Show More Summary
Sundance, that January institution, is coming to movie theaters and VOD now, in June. The festival which opens each year in film was the debut of some great films for 2015. Many are now in theaters, or arriving shortly: Me and Earl and the Dying Girl, Dope, and The End of The Tour, for example. Show More Summary
I first saw Rick Famuyiwa’s Dope at this year’s Sundance Film Festival, where its irreverent, twisty-turny, off-the-wall energy landed like a neutron bomb amid the worthy coming-of-age stories and quirky romances and moody ennui. Dope is Go meets Risky Business meets True Romance meets Fingers, with a little bit of... More »
Capone finds this tale of a '90s-style black teen living in the modern world pretty DOPE Read the full article on AICN Hey everyone. Capone in Chicago here. One of the fan and critical favorites at this year's Sundance Film FestivalShow More Summary
The big noise from this year's Sundance Film Festival, "Me and Earl and the Dying Girl" is a weaselly liar of a movie. (It's also good.) It comes on full of self-deprecating bluster, professing no interest in jerking tears a la "The Fault in Our Stars," as it lays out its tale of a Pittsburgh high...