Abigail Spencer hits the Sundance Film Festival for the first time to attend the premiere of her new Sundance Channel series Rectify. She poses for a picture at Samsung Galaxy Lounge at Village at the Lift.
John Krokidas, Daniel Radcliffe
Director John Krokidas, left, and Daniel Radcliffe joke around at the Getty Images Portrait Studio at Village at the Lift while in Park City to support Kill Your Darlings, a drama set in 1944 about a murder that brings together poets Allen Ginsberg (Radcliffe), Jack Kerouac (Jack Huston) and William Burroughs (Ben Foster).
Martha Marcy May Marlene actress Julia Garner, posing at the Getty Images Portrait Studio at Village, is back in Park City, this time for the horror film We Are What We Are.
Michael Cera attends day one of UGG at Village at the Lift 2013. The Arrested Development star is in Park City for his film Crystal Fairy, which is part of the World Dramatic Competition.
Nancy Pelosi, Christopher Dodd, Robert Redford
From left: U.S. House of Representatives Minority Leader Nancy Pelosi, MPAA chairman and CEO Christopher Dodd and Sundance Film Festival founder Robert Redford attend attend An Artist at the Table, a benefit for the Sundance Institute, at The Shop.
Naomi Watts poses at the Getty Images Portrait Studio at Village at the Lift. The actress stars opposite Robin Wright in the Sundance title Two Mothers, about two longtime friends who fall in love with each other's adult sons.
Pablo Larrain, Gael Garcia Bernal
Director Pablo Larrain, left, and his No star Gael Garcia Bernal hit the Getty Images Portrait Studio. Bernal also is in Park City for the immigration documentary Who Is Dayani Cristal? which he produced.
Park City prepares for the onslaught film critics, movie lovers and the media as the Sundance Film Festival gets under way.
Robert Redford, Joseph Gordon-Levitt
Robert Redford, left, and Joseph Gordon-Levitt attend An Artist at the Table. Gordon-Levitt stars opposite Scarlett Johansson in Sundance title Don Jon's Addiction, about a modern-day Don Juan.
The Inevitable Defeat of Mister and Pete star Skylan Brooks poses at the Getty Images Portrait Studio. In the movie, he plays one of two young sons dealing with a drug-addict mom (Jennifer Hudson).
Skylan Brooks, Alicia Keys, Jennifer Hudson, George Tillman Jr.
From left: The Inevitable Defeat of Mister and Pete star Skylan Brooks, co-executive producer/composer Alicia Keys, star Jennifer Hudson and director George Tillman Jr. catch up at the Getty Images Portrait Studio. In the movie, Hudson plays a drug-addict mother to two boys (one of whom is played by Brooks).
Alain Johannes, Dave Grohl
Alain Johannes and Dave Grohl perform in Park City on Friday, Jan. 18.
Victoria's Secret model Alessandra Ambrosio embraced the chilly weather at the Oakley Learn to Ride event. Later, she hit Hyde Lounge.
Actress Alison Brie was in town to promote her film Toy's House, in which she plays Nick Offerman's daughter.
Allison Janney strikes a pose as she promotes Touchy Feely, directed by Lynn Shelton.
AnnaLynne McCord channeled her inner snow bunny at the fest at the at the McDonald’s McCafe Lodge.
Brit Marling, Alexander Skarsgaard
The East co-stars Brit Marling and Alexander Skarsgaard get cozy for a photo.
Courtney Love made an appearance in Park City over the weekend.
DJ Avicii entertained partygoers on Saturday, Jan. 20.
Ellen Page pulled double duty at the festival, promoting both Touchy Feely and The East.
Georgia King is in Park City to promote her film Austenland, produced by Stephenie Meyer and directed by Jerusha Hess.
James Franco, donning a festival-appropriate fur hat, poses with an excited-looking fan.
Jane Seymour stars in Austenland as a Jane Austen enthusiast.
Jessica Biel steps out for her film Emanuel and the Truth About Fishes.
John Krokidas, Daniel Radcliffe, Michael C. Hall
Director John Krokidas poses with his Kill Your Darlings stars Daniel Radcliffe and Michael C. Hall.
Joseph Gordon Levitt, Tony Danza
Joseph Gordon-Levitt was joined by on-screen dad Tony Danza on his promotional tour for his directorial debut, Don Jon's Addiction.
Dancing With the Stars' Karina Smirnoff steps out in all black.
Emanuel and the Truth About Fishes star Kaya Scodelario poses for a photograph.
Lake Bell makes her screenwriting and directorial debut with In a World, about a struggling female voiceover actor.
Rapper Lil Jon celebrated his birthday in Park City at Morningstar Farms ChefDance.
Mackenzie Davis, Felicity Jones
Breathe In stars Mackenzie Davis and Felicity Jones cozy up for a photo.
Extra host Mario Lopez was in Park City with wife Courtney Mazza.
Matthew McConaughey promotes Mud at the festival.
Nicole Kidman, who appears on the cover of THR's Sundance issue, stars as an unstable mother in Fox Searchlight's Stoker.
Nicole Kidman, Mia Wasikowska
Stoker co-stars Nicole Kidman and Mia Wasikowska stepped out to promote their film.
Academy Award winner Octavia Spencer stars opposite Friday Night Lights alum Michael B. Jordan in Fruitvale.
Paris Hilton hits the red carpet in a black, furry ensemble.
Ron Livingston, Rosemarie DeWitt
Touchy Feely husband and wife duo Ron Livingston and Rosemarie DeWitt embrace during a red carpet appearance.
Rooney Mara was in town for the premiere of her film, Ain't Them Bodies Saints.
Shailene Woodley stars in James Ponsoldt's teen dramedy The Spectacular Now, which sold to A24.
Tony Danza, starring in Joseph Gordon-Levitt's Don Jon's Addiction, strikes a pose in some shades.
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