Sundance: The Nines Movie Review

The Nines

Eight years after his first feature screenplay Go played Sundance, John August returns with his directing debut The Nines.

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Sundance: Adrift in Manhattan Movie Review

Adrift in Manhattan

Adrift in Manhattan is the latest multi-character interweaving drama from Alfredo de Villa.
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Sundance: Interview Movie Review


Interview is the latest film directed by Steve Buscemi, starring Steve Buscemi. Based on the late Dutch director Theo Van Gogh’s 2003 film of the same name, Interview picks up in the Sundance minimalist tradition.
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Sundance Party 2006

Everyone wants to know where the new hot party is happening at Sundance. /Film will give you an indepth look at all the parties going on in and outside of Main Street every night of the festival.
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Sundance Film Festival Award Juror Conflicts?

Sundance Main Street

I made an interesting observation during the credits for Zoe Cassavetes’ Broken English. Hidden deep into the credits within a Special Thanks area is the name Darren Aronofsky. For those of you who are not hip to the film culture, Aronofsky directed Pi, Requiem for a Dream and The Fountain. Why is this weird? Because Aronofsky is a 2007 Sundance Film Festival jury member. Is this a conflict of interest? Read More »

Sundance: Broken English Movie Review

Broken English

Sons and daughters of great filmmakers rarely become great filmmakers themselves. Zoe and Nick Cassavettes have the accomplishment of directing two of the worst Sundance films in the last two years. One must wonder if Geoffrey Gillmore or John Cooper put their stamp of approval on either film. I refuse to believe they had a part, but in this world a last name can get you anywhere (even Sundance apparently).
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Sundance: The Groundlings

Sundance 2007The following Sundance blog was sent in from Jill Adler, a special /Film correspondent.

Sundance is off and running. The streets of Park City, Utah, are a nightmare to navigate, parking non-existent, theater lines inconvenient, and ticket prices ridiculous (if not sold-out). This is a festival by and for independent filmmakers – actors, writers, directors, all hoping to land a big project based on what they show of themselves at this event. The only place for Park City locals is on the sidewalk.

Film distributors and producers, agents and CEOs, spend night and day through Jan. 28 hunting for their next hit. Paparazzi and tabloids comb Main Street and gifting lounges hoping for a glimpse at Justin sans Cameron or Tara Reid’s cleavage. My guess is that this is probably the biggest collection of Hollywood stars outside of the Oscars or Cannes. Just hang out around the Village at the Lift (lower Main Street) for 15 minutes and I guarantee you’ll see an entourage of bodyguards and publicists surrounding a diminutive “name” in over-sized sunglasses walking out of Fred Segal with arms full of shopping bags. Just look for the frenzy of flashing bulbs.

Sundance: Joshua Movie Review


If The Omen were made in the twenty-first century by as an independent psychological thriller comedy it would resemble George Ratliff’s Joshua. Read More »