Sundance Film Festival
“Gleason” is much more than a documentary about a professional athlete who was diagnosed with ALS. It is also a powerful portrait of the value and importance of fatherhood. Read more »
“The Fundamentals of Caring” is a solid buddy movie that uses some genuinely funny moments to underscore a poignant message about friendship and dealing with the cards life has dealt you. Read more »
“Land of Mine” only has a fraction of the gore that has defined war films like “Saving Private Ryan,” but its sparse violence is almost harder to take. Read more »
War journalist James Foley's death at the hands of ISIS shocked the world in 2014, but it wasn't just an example of ISIS' barbaric methods. It illustrated how war — and journalism —... Read more »
New Sundance documentary "The Bad Kids" shows how empathy can dramatically improve the lives of at-risk students at one California high school. Read more »
"The Eagle Huntress" is a new documentary that follows the pioneering efforts of a 13-year-old girl named Aisholpan, who wants to be the world's first female Eagle Hunter. Read more »
“Sing Street” is about a 15-year-old boy who forms a band so he can impress a girl. The film is a portrait of a beloved decade, an essay on the struggles of a family and evidence of how... Read more »
"The Hollars" has just enough going for it to make you wish it were better. Unfortunately, this Sundance 2016 feature feels more like the first draft of what will eventually become a much better... Read more »
Disney's role in the lives of children around the world is indisputable, but the company would be hard-pressed to find a better example to be proud of than the autistic subject of "Life, Animated." Read more »
Reserve the hashtag #Oscarssoblack for next year’s awards. That’s because if viewer response is any indication, “The Birth of a Nation,” seems destined for Academy Award... Read more »
Werner Herzog could probably get people to pay to listen to him read out of a phone book. But when you combine that voice with great content, you get one of the highlights of this year’s... Read more »
"Little Gangster" is a film that will put a smile on your face, and frequently. It isn’t able to sustain the laugh-out-loud pace of its first 30 minutes, but there are more than enough great... Read more »
Technology and social media can make sexual assault worse for survivors. But it can also be a bridge to healing and a platform to tell their stories. Read more »
Zions Bank advisers highlighted the economic impact of the Sundance Film Festival as they delivered the January consumer confidence report Tuesday. Read more »
In the opening sequence of "Swiss Army Man," actor Paul Dano pilots a human jet ski across the ocean on the power of its flatulence. The human jet ski is a dead body played by Daniel Radcliffe,... Read more »
Once considered mere fixations for people and children with autism, the "affinities" of autistic children are now being explored as a possible therapy to aid social and emotional connection. Read more »
The helicopter companies agreed to stop operating. There will be no more flights in connection with Sundance and without obtaining the necessary land use approvals. Read more »
Despite a police order barring helicopter rides to and from the Sundance Film Festival, Uber plans to continue its service, a company spokesman said Friday night. Read more »
Gov. Gary Herbert shared the red carpet Friday with actors Julianne Nicholson, Takashi Yamaguchi and Margo Martindale at the Salt Lake City gala film premiere at the Rose Wagner Performing Arts... Read more »
Robert Redford, the godfather of the Sundance Film Festival, didn't hesitate Thursday when he declared that film "is not in a good place." Read more »
Locals have one word for the film festival that takes over their small mountain town for two weeks every winter: crazy. Here's how to navigate it with tips from the locals. Read more »
A Hollywood studio executive who authorities say was assaulted by actor Emile Hirsch during the Sundance Film Festival earlier this year described the incident as being "insanely painful and... Read more »
“Don Verdean” probably won’t replace “Napoleon Dynamite” on the list of cinematic accomplishments for Team Hess, but it’s a worthy entry to a unique portfolio. Read more »
The 31st Sundance Film Festival came to a close Sunday, ending Hollywood's annual pilgrimage to the snowy mountains of Park City and the bustling streets of Salt Lake. Here's a photographic look... Read more »
From Israel to Ireland, some Sundance films looked back at conflicts still going today. Read more »
Sundance breakout "Me and Earl and the Dying Girl," a quirky, heartfelt story about a pair of high school film-lovers who befriend a girl with cancer, won both the U.S. dramatic audience award and... Read more »
Films like "A Walk in the Woods" and "The Mask You Live In" reflect a changing conversation about what it means to be a man. Read more »
From Jan. 22 to Feb. 1, all eyes are on the ski resort haven of Park City. This year's Sundance Film Festival is full of thought-provoking and interesting films as usual that explore various... Read more »
"Hot Girls Wanted" is a Sundance documentary that looks at a growing problem: Teens who fall into the trap of the amateur porn industry. Read more »
One of the most buzzed-about movies at this year's Sundance Film Festival is "Dope," a coming-of-age story about three outcasts in the inner city. Read more »
"In Football We Trust" is not the first film to paint the dream of professional sports as an all-or-nothing venture, but it may be the first to suggest that religion offers an alternative path to... Read more »
"Going Clear: Scientology and the Prison of Belief" premiered Sunday at the Sundance Film Festival to a packed house — not with a star-studded red carpet, but with police protection. Read more »
A Utah-made movie, which premiered this weekend at the Sundance Film Festival, follows the lives of four Polynesian football players to chronicle the pressures they face to pull their families out... Read more »
'The Wolfpack' takes a look at six brothers who only know the outside of their Manhattan housing project through movies and TV, raising questions about kids and media consumption. Read more »
Jack Black said he was drawn to 'The D Train' because he recognized the desperation of the character he plays: An outcast willing to do anything to get the most popular kid from his graduating... Read more »
An Academy Award nomination is an incomparable stamp of approval for any film — and for an indie feature coming out of the Sundance Film Festival, in some cases, it's a downright miracle. Read more »
In his latest documentary premiering at the Sundance Film Festival this month, "Most Likely to Succeed," director Greg Whiteley questions whether hard work in school actually leads to a happy,... Read more »
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