Browsing: Sundance

A place to find all news, articles, schedules, nominations, winners, coverage and analysis on the Sundance Film Festival.

5 - AWARDS & FESTIVALS NEWS
Festival Party and Event Grid (EXCLUSIVE)
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Festival Grid 2018Updated 01.18.18 with 23 exclusive events! Headed to Park City? You’ll need our Exclusive Party and Event Grid, VIP parties & RSVP details. We’ll continue to update the list as we get closer to the big event, so you’ll have everything you need to keep the party going the whole time!

5 - AWARDS & FESTIVALS NEWS
Festival Party and Event Grid (EXCLUSIVE)
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Festival Grid 2018Updated 01.18.18 with 23 exclusive events! Headed to Park City? You’ll need our Exclusive Party and Event Grid, VIP parties & RSVP details. We’ll continue to update the list as we get closer to the big event, so you’ll have everything you need to keep the party going the whole time!

2 - FILM NEWS
Sundance Film Festival 2017: Complete List of Award Winners
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sundance-winners-excerptAfter a deluge of amazing independent film and snow, the 2017 Sundance Film Festival came to an end this past weekend and handed out awards to some of the top features, documentaries, and shorts at the fest. Macon Blair’s I don’t feel at home in this world anymore. won the U.S. Grand Jury Prize while Matt Ruskin’s drama Crown Heights took the Audience Award in the U.S. Dramatic competition.

2 - FILM NEWS
Jack Black Brings Comedic Kitsch to a Tragic Story in “The Polka King”
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polka-king-excerptOne would think that a film titled The Polka King would be celebratory and bouncy like the music and the Maya Forbes-directed biopic about Jan “King of Pennsylvania Polka” Lewan definitely has a lot of that. Even so, the true story of the rise and fall of Lewan is quite tragic, but Jack Black drapes it in so much charismatic Polka charm that you hardly even notice.

2 - FILM NEWS
Indie Rom-Com “The Big Sick” Delivers High Doses of Laughs
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big-sick-excerptWritten by Kumail Nanjiani & Emily V. Gordon and directed by Michael Showalter, the indie rom-com has become the talk of Sundance — and with good reason. Based on the real-life relationship of Nanjiani and Gordon, the film is infected with laughs but at the same time, it will deliver a gut punch of intense emotions that will tear your soul apart — in a good way, of course.