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Sundance Review: Vera Farmiga Directs And Acts In The Terrific Higher Ground
She turns in a lyrical and heartfelt kind of coming-of-age story tinged with large questions about religion and family that never overpower the emotional central narrative
Sundance 2011 Katey Rich 2011-01-25
Sundance Video Blog Day Four: Cedar Rapids, Higher Ground And Troll Hunter
The only movie we had managed to see in common was Miguel Arteta's Cedar Rapids, a big Fox Searchlight release that's also opening in theaters February 11, so we talked about our fairly different reactions to that
Sundance 2011 Katey Rich 2011-01-25
Sundance Interview: Elizabeth Olsen Breaks Out With Two Festival Hits
I talked to her about making the leap into film, dealing with the media attention on her sisters, what she learned from Catherine Keener, and how she decided to go nude in Martha Marcy May Marlene
Sundance 2011 Katey Rich 2011-01-24
Sundance Review: Red State Is A Messy, Ambitious Disappointment
Smith's writing is still sharp and distinct, and when he hits on a good point in those moments the film perks up to life. Unfortunately the scenes generally go on and on from there
Sundance 2011 Katey Rich 2011-01-23
Kevin Smith Announces That Hit Somebody Will Be His Final Film
In the past year, things have been fairly tumultuous for Kevin Smith. The writer/director, who has one of the more active celebrity Twitter accounts, has been very vocal
Sundance 2011 Eric Eisenberg 2011-01-23
Kevin Smith Cancels Auction, Won't Sell Red State
Director Kevin Smithís new movie Red State debuted tonight on Park City, Utah at the Sundance Film Festival. Smith had announced that following the screening
Sundance 2011 Josh & Katey 2011-01-23
Instant Reaction: Kevin Smith's Red State Debuts At Sundance
Messy, overwritten, visually stylish, but kind of a bore. More like Kevin Smith than it looks because nobody ever stops talking. And itís not a horror movie by any usual definition
Sundance 2011 CB 2011-01-23
Sundance Review: POM Wonderful And Morgan Spurlock Present The Greatest Movie Ever Sold
Even if it doesn't teach you that much you didn't know about product placement, POM Wonderful Presents: The Greatest Movie Ever Sold opens your eyes a bit about the process
Sundance 2011 Katey Rich 2011-01-23
Sundance Review: Elizabeth Olsen Elevates Horror Thriller Silent House
Directors Chris Kentis and Laura Lau are deliberately playing with all the haunted house cliches, from jump scares-- there are plenty, and they never get less frightening
Sundance 2011 Katey Rich 2011-01-23
Paramount Picks Up Sundance Hit Like Crazy For $4 Million
A number of movies have been basking in excited buzz in the first few days of this year's Sundance, but none of them made it translate into a lucrative studio pickup until Like Crazy
Sundance 2011 Katey Rich 2011-01-23
Sundance Video Blog Day Two: Hobos, Paul Giamatti And Elizabeth Olsen
We took the time to recap Hobo With A Shotgun, the midnight movie premiere we had caught the night before, then each gushed a little over the people we had interviewed earlier in the day
Sundance 2011 Katey Rich 2011-01-23
Sundance Review: Hobo With A Shotgun Is Gleeful And Depraved
What a midnight movie crowd is looking for is gore, breasts and humor, and Hobo With A Shotgun pulls through on all three with a masterfully lurid tone that perfectly destroys the line of good taste
Sundance 2011 Katey Rich 2011-01-22
Sundance Video Blog Day One: Silent House, Pariah, Martha Marcy May Marlene
Standing in the lobby of the Yarrow Hotel, home to press screenings, hotel rooms and the only bar on that side of town, Patches and I went over
Sundance 2011 Katey Rich 2011-01-22
Sundance Video Blog Day One: Project Nim And The Music Never Stopped
Matt Patches, my intrepid video blog partner, and I split off for a few of them, but caught enough movies in common to catch up with each other halfway through Day One to give a basic rundown. Weirdly enough
Sundance 2011 Katey Rich 2011-01-22
Sundance Video Blog Day Zero: Uncle Kent And Kaboom
I'll be teaming up with Matt Patches-- freelancer extraordinaire covering the festival-- to record video blogs hopefully daily, updating you on the movies we've seen, the celebrities we've spotted, the parties we've attended
Sundance 2011 Katey Rich 2011-01-21
Sundance Review: Project Nim And Bobby Fischer Against The World
The movies share similarities beyond the shallow fact that I saw them in close proximity, of course-- both employ interviews with subjects who look directly at the camera
Sundance 2011 Katey Rich 2011-01-21
Kevin Smith To Sell Red State Via Public Auction
Red State makes its debut in Park City at the Sundance Film Festival this weekend and, Kevin plans to keep right on thinking outside the box with his movie
Sundance 2011 Josh Tyler 2011-01-21
Sundance Interview: The Off Hours Star Amy Seimetz
She developed the character alongside director Megan Griffiths well before she was even cast, and once shooting began in the Seattle suburbs she and the rest of the crew slipped into a nocturnal rhythm
Sundance 2011 Katey Rich 2011-01-21
Sundance Preview: Catch Five Festival Films Without Leaving Your House
In the same way you can see new independent films on your television thanks to video on-demand programs all year round, you'll have the chance to catch five Sundance films, on the very same day they premiere at the festival
Sundance 2011 Katey Rich 2011-01-19
Check Out Paul Rudd's Magnificent, Awful Beard In My Idiot Brother Photos
See the normally handsome Rudd in all his bearded, tank-top-wearing, mirrored-shades-sporting glory. It's really a sight to behold, and no, it's not in danger of ruining my lifelong crush on Rudd
Sundance 2011 Katey Rich 2010-12-27
Sundance Announces Out-Of-Competition Lineup For 2011 Festival
Yesterday saw the release of the Sundance Film Festival Competition Lineup, and while there are certainly some interesting titles that will be showing at the festival, there weren't too many notable names/anticipated
Sundance 2011 Eric Eisenberg 2010-12-02
Sundance Announces Competition Lineup For 2011 Festival
There are a few familiar names sprinkled in there-- Vera Farmiga stars and makes her directorial debut with Higher Ground, Liv Tyler and Patrick Wilson star in The Ledge
Sundance 2011 Katey Rich 2010-12-01
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