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How Amazon And Netflix Are Affecting Business At The Sundance Film Festival
Relatively new players like Netflix and Amazon have caused waves industry wide, and they're continuing to rock the boat, impacting the way people do business at the Sundance Film Festival.
sundance Brent McKnight 2016-01-26
Sundance Hit The Birth Of A Nation Just Sold For A Record Amount
Fresh from its debut on Monday afternoon at the 2016 Sundance Film Festival, The Birth Of A Nation has been bought for the record-breaking amount of of money for the Festival.
sundance Gregory Wakeman 2016-01-26
Sundance Setting Record-Breaking Sale For Me And Earl And The Dying Girl
The Sundance film festival is in full swing and with it comes an abundance of films looking for distribution. We’ve already heard great things from critics about James Franco and Zachary Quinto in I Am Michael, Jason Segel as David Foster Wallace in End of the Tour, and the spooky film The Witch. But the biggest news to come out of this festival this year so far centers on Me and Earl and the Dying Girl.
sundance Nick Romano 2015-01-26
The 5 Most Disgusting Moments In Wetlands, And Why They Matter
Beneath thick, putrid layers of filth, director David Wnendt has made a compelling and complex portrait of girlhood. I'll step you through the film's grossest moments to illustrate why they matter.
sundance Kristy Puchko 2014-09-12
Sundance Sales Include Skeleton Twins, Love Is Strange And The One I Love
Sundance winds down this weekend, but the distributions deals are heating up as a trio of titles announce their acquisition: Skeleton Twins, Love Is Strange, and The One I Love.
sundance Kristy Puchko 2014-01-23
Sci-Fi Drama I Origins And Rom Com Obvious Child Among Early Sundance Acquisitions
Two of the more recent acquirements involve a highly anticipated follow-up and a directorial debut. Fox Searchlight Pictures has picked up Another Earth director Mike Cahill’s sci-fi drama I Origins, while A24 has snatched up the rights to the offbeat romantic comedy Obvious Child from director Gillian Robespierre. Hooray for indies!
sundance Nick Venable 2014-01-20
Zach Braff's Sundance Film Wish I Was Here Acquired By Focus Features
Wish I Was Here tells the story of a thirty-something man who finds himself at a major crossroads, which forces him to examine his life, his career, and his family. Co-written by Zach and Adam Braff, it stars Braff, Kate Hudson, Mandy Patinkin, Josh Gad, Ashley Greene, Joey King and Pierce Gagnon.
sundance Sean O'Connell 2014-01-20
Casey Wilson And June Diane Raphael Take Control And Go A Little Crazy With Ass Backwards
In the very first shot of Ass Backwards we meet our lead characters… well, actually, we meet their butts. True to the title, and the movie's spirit of weird women behaving very badly, Ass Backwards opens with its heroines Kate and Chloe squatting to pee outdoors, and it only gets wilder and sillier from there
sundance Katey Rich 2013-02-05
Kathryn Hahn On Taking The Spotlight At Sundance And Bringing Back The Mini-Van
If you don't recognize the name Kathryn Hahn, you're certain to recognize her. She's worked with pretty much every other funny person working in the last ten years, and usually steals the scenes from under them, in everything from Anchorman to Wanderlust to the last seasons of Girls and Parks and Recreation
sundance Katey Rich 2013-01-29
How You Can See The Sundance Film Festival's Biggest Films
When the Sundance Film Festival is happening, it can be nearly impossible to keep track of the films worth looking out for-- even when you're actually there. But now that the dust has settled and Park City has gone back to being a pleasant mountain town, we can finally get a look at the films that made the biggest impact at the festival this year
sundance Katey Rich 2013-01-28
Find Out Why Fruitvale Was Sundance's Biggest Film And A Future Awards Contender
I was shaking by the end of Fruitvale, holding back tears and alive with anger, the knowledge that it wasn't just a trigger-happy and angry cop that killed Oscar Grant, but an entire culture in which young black men are distrusted and abused and considered expendable
sundance Katey Rich 2013-01-27
Slamdance Dispatch #3: What Halley And Ryan Learned At Slamdance
In today's final installment, Halley and her co-star Ryan Spahn share what they learned at the festival, from inappropriate flirting to getting free lattes to Harvey Weinstein showing up at their party. He's Way More Famous Than You was picked up for distribution by Gravitas Ventures
sundance Halley Feiffer and Ryan Spahn 2013-01-27
True Story Drama Fruitvale Tops Sundance Awards With Grand Jury And Audience Prizes
The last film to win both the Audience Award and U.S. Dramatic Grand Jury Prize at the Sundance Film Festival was Precious in 2009, almost exactly a year before it went on to become a Best Picture Oscar nominee. Now history may be ready to repeat itself, with the intense drama Fruitvale
sundance Katey Rich 2013-01-27
Sundance Video Blog #7: The Guerilla Disney Movie Escape From Tomorrow And Harrowing Fruitvale
The Sundance Film Festival is finally coming to a close, with the awards ceremony scheduled for tonight and the closing night film, Ashton Kutcher's jOBS, premiering last night. It's finally come time to start taking stock of what we've seen over these breathless 10 days
sundance Katey Rich 2013-01-26
jOBS Review: Ashton Kutcher Does Well, But The Movie Fails To Think Different
For the last decade of his life the public image of Steve Jobs was the same every year: a man standing in front of a large crowd, showing them some incredible piece of technology, and reveling in the massive applause. Ideally in a biopic you're going to see something more, but jOBS starts off with that scene exactly
sundance Katey Rich 2013-01-25
The Spectacular Now's Miles Teller And James Ponsoldt On High School And Weird Sexual Tension
One of the earliest and most universally well-loved hits at this year's Sundance FIlm Festival was The Spectacular Now, which honestly, we all should have been coming. It's directed by James Ponsoldt, who made last year's very well-liked Smashed, and stars Shailene Woodley and Miles Teller
sundance Katey Rich 2013-01-25
Operation Kino 98: The Sundance Film Festival And The End Of Fringe
This week on Operation Kino, we're throwing out the usual format for plenty of reasons-- none of the week's new releases screened in time for us to see them, David is off recovering from surgery, and Katey and Patches are still (yes, still) at the Sundance Film Festival
sundance Operation Kino 2013-01-25
Sundance Video Blog #6: Lake Bell's Directorial Debut, Michael Cera Back In Chile, And More
The action at Sundance is starting to slow down, with most of the big films already premiered and the town clearing out, most journalists eager to get home (or stuck in an iced-over Salt Lake City airport on their way there). But Matt Patches and I remain ever stalwart, ever true, sticking around at this high altitude to bring you the latest
sundance Katey Rich 2013-01-24
Daniel Radcliffe Finally Becomes An Actor In Sundance Hit Kill Your Darlings
With dark brown contact lenses and a mop of curly hair, plus Ginsberg's signature blocky glasses, Radcliffe slips seamlessly into the role, and offers a stillness and vulnerability that the Harry Potter films simply didn't give him time for
sundance Katey Rich 2013-01-24
The Way Way Back Is Sundance's Most Expensive Acquisition, But Was It Worth It?
This year, apparently, there's a movie so similar to Little Miss Sunshine that the same studio, Fox Searchlight, was inspired to pull out their biggest checkbook. Jaws dropped here in Park City when the news broke that Searchlight had paid $10 million to acquire The Way Way Back, the light comedy that shares so much DNA with Little Miss Sunshine it's even got Steve Carell and Toni Colette in the cast.
sundance Katey Rich 2013-01-24
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