The Sundance Film Festival is in full effect down in Park City, Utah, and while the event will allow many new independent films to get noticed by major studios there's still a crop of indies from last year that are still waiting to get their chance in theaters. Take, for example, At Any Price, a new drama from director Ramin Bahrani. In late summer/early fall of 2012 the film did a global festival tour, playing at Venice, Telluride, Toronto and Zurich all within the span of a month - but finally Sony Pictures Classics is ready to bring the movie Stateside and that begins with a debut trailer.

The movie is still a few months away but the studio has cut together a preview that should give you a good idea what to expect from the Dennis Quaid-Zac Efron drama. Check it out below, courtesy of Yahoo!



Based on a script by Bahrani and Hallie Elizabeth Newton, At Any Price follows a family farming business in the American midwest. Quaid plays Henry Whipple, a life-long farmer who wants to pass the farm that has been in his family for generations on to his son, Dean (Efron). Unfortunately the son has no interest in agriculture and instead wants to become a race car driver. When the company business suddenly finds itself under investigation, however, the pressure that exists between the father and his boy threatens to explode. Look for the movie in limited release on April 26th.

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