Lynn Shelton and Rosemarie DeWitt dive into the snow again this year after screening “Your Sister’s Sister” at the festival in 2012.
Sundance Film Festival
We're gearing up for Sundance! Here are five of the films premiering at this year's festival that we can't wait to see.
The indie darling, who stars in Lynn Shelton’s new movie at Sundance, can no longer look at massages the same way.
“Cat on a Hot Tin Roof” opens on Broadway, National Theatre Live presents “The Magistrate” with John Lithgow, 92Y talks to “Relevant Octogenarians” Barbara Cook and Joel Grey, Beatlemania takes the L.A. stage in “Backbeat,” and the TIPA Project celebrates MLK Day this week.
James Franco, Rob Corddry, Matthew McConaughey, and Dermot Mulroney are among the stars announced as part of 2013's Sundance Film Fest.
The fest, scheduled for Jan. 17–27, will include films featuring Rosemarie DeWitt, Lake Bell, Keri Russell, and Daniel Radcliffe.
As a filmmaker, there’s nothing more gratifying than screening your work at a festival. It’s a meeting place for seasoned artists and undiscovered talent alike.
Ava DuVernay, writer-director and Sundance festival winner for “Middle of Nowhere,” is happy to avoid the industry and make the movies she wants.