Sundance Film Festival
There have been come-out-of-nowhere films from the Sundance Film Festival that are worthwhile for family viewing, with the benefit of encouraging rewarding family discussion. Read more »
A fresh dusting of snow over Park City heralded the opening of the Sundance Film Festival. Read more »
Locals planning to attend the 2012 Sundance Film Festival that have not yet purchased passes or ticket packages should consider individual ticketing options. Read more »
PARK CITY—The Sundance Film Festival is offering local-only benefits again for the 2012 festival, including free screenings, volunteer opportunities, how-to festival information and registration for tickets happening now. Read more »
MISRATA, Libya — Two Western photojournalists including an Oscar-nominated film director were killed Wednesday in the besieged city of Misrata while covering battles between rebels and Libyan... Read more »
"THESE AMAZING SHADOWS" — ★★★ — documentary at Sundance Film Festival Prehistoric man had his cave walls, the Egyptians had their papyrus and Gutenberg had his printing press. But where is the tale of... Read more »
Nearly all of the actors had fled the scene while some directors stayed behind to collect hardware for winning films. Gone, too, were most of the publicists and entourages that add to the sometimes... Read more »
Rob Lowe is shaking things up in his career and so far the moves are paying off. Read more »
Actor Patrick Dempsey wanted to do something "completely different" with his new film "Flypaper," so he signed on as one of its producers. Read more »
PARK CITY — I thought I'd take another shot at being a Sundance film critic. Independent people make films, independent people review them. In a tradition that dates back all the way to... Read more »
PARK CITY — One day after the death of world-famous chess champion Bobby Fischer, Liz Garbus started piecing his story together. Read more »
Music is motion to the soul, and in one film at the 2011 Sundance Film Festival, it became the healer of the mind. Read more »
OGDEN — A faint sound of drums and an electric guitar could be overheard as the audience streamed out of Peery's Egyptian Theater on Tuesday. Read more »
Jennifer Siebel Newsom has a pretty ambitious item at the top of her "to do" list each day. She wants to make deep and fundamental change to American culture. Read more »
Ronald Reagan left the White House 21 years ago and died in 2004, yet his name is constantly invoked by current politicians from Barack Obama to Sarah Palin. Read more »
A collection of photographs of cast members, directors and other celebrities from the 2011 Sundance Film Festival, compiled Jan. 27, 2011. Read more »
After the movie "The Music Never Stopped" I interviewed the a few of those who attended the 'Opening Reception'. The buzz was all about music, and each had their favorite song or band. Read more »
He doesn't have the numbers yet, but to Bill Malone, the Sundance Film Festival feels like it's shaking off the effects of a hunker-down economy, grooming itself for a possible return to all the... Read more »
Review of the Sundance movie "The Music Never Stopped" Read more »
A new film about the mysterious life of Bobby Fischer is premiering at the Sundance Film Festival, along with an exhibit of newly-surfaced photographs of the legend, taken by Harry Benson. Read more »
July 24, 2010, was a remarkable day on planet earth. But don't feel bad if you don't remember where you were and can't recall any major headlines. Read more »
Academy Award nominations were announced Tuesday and more than 20 of them have Utah connections, which has local film promoters and the Sundance Film Festival celebrating. Read more »
Nominees for the 83rd Academy Awards: Best picture "127 Hours" "Black Swan" "The Fighter" "Inception" "The Kid's Are All Right" "The King's Speech" "The Social Network" "Toy Story 3" "True Grit"... Read more »
A collection of photographs of cast members, directors and other celebrities from the 2011 Sundance Film Festival, compiled Jan. 25, 2011. Read more »
PARK CITY — It's hunting season at Sundance Film Festival. Paparazzi, reporters and the public vie for that glimpse of a star and, if their digital camera will just turn on fast enough, a... Read more »
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