Dancing With the Stars host Brooke Burke posed for photos with Quaker Oats.
Dancing With the Stars host Brooke Burke posed for photos with Quaker Oats.
The Camp X-Ray cast and creators gathered for a group photo at the premiere. From left: actor John Carroll Lynch, actor Payman Moaadi, actor Lane Garrison, writer-director Peter Sattler, actor Ser'Darius Blain, actress Kristen Stewart, actress Tara Holt and actor Joseph Julian Soria.
Actress Kristen Stewart, who plays a prison guard at Guantanamo Bay who finds herself befriending an inmate in Camp X-Ray, looked serious in her solo shot.
Sundance Film Festival director John Cooper spoke to the crowd before presenting the fest's opening film, Whiplash, starring Miles Teller and J.K. Simmons.
Miles Teller stars in Damien Chazelle's coming-of-age film, Whiplash, where he plays a dedicated drummer who idolizes Buddy Rich. The Hollywood Reporter's chief film critic, Todd McCarthy, praised Teller's performance: "Teller, who greatly impressed in last year’s Sundance entry The Spectacular Now, does so again in a performance that is more often simmering than volatile."
From left: Sundance Film Festival director John Cooper, Sundance Institute executive director Keri Putnam and Robert Redford kicked off the festival with a press conference on Thursday, the same day Redford said he was "not upset" by his Oscar snub for his role in All Is Lost.
During Thursday's press conference, All Is Lost star Robert Redford explained how the film's domestic distributor, Roadside Attractions, failed to help it get the awards attention it deserved: "Hollywood is what it is; it’s a business and so when these films go to be voted on, usually they’re heavily dependent on campaigns. In our case, I think we suffered from little to no distribution. And so as a result, our distributors – I don’t know why – they didn’t want to spend the money, they were afraid, they were just incapable, I don’t know."
This year's Sundance Film Festival kicked off Thursday in Park City, Utah.
Actor Miles Teller, left, and Rob Friedman of Lionsgate attended the Whiplash official Sundance afterparty hosted by Dockers and The Black List.
Actress Zoe Saldana posed at the premiere of her film Infinitely Polar Bear.
Actress Chloe Grace Moretz, left, and actress Keira Knightley at unite4good.
From left: Actor Mandy Patinkin, actress Kate Hudson, actor Pierce Gagnon (front), writer-director Zach Braff, actress Joey King and actor Josh Gad posed at the premiere of Wish I Was Here.
From left: Actor Donald Faison, writer-director Zach Braff and One Direction's Harry Styles posed at the premiere of Wish I Was Here.
Model Taylor Bagley, left, posed with actress Ashley Greene at the premiere of Wish I Was Here.
Actress Maggie Gyllenhaal smiled for the cameras at the premiere of Frank.
Actor Josh Gad stopped for a photo at the premiere of Wish I Was Here.
Actor Joseph Gordon-Levitt, the creator, director, host and executive producer of the online variety series "HitRECord on TV," addressed the audience before a New Frontier Films screening of the show.
Castmembers Chloe Grace Moretz, left, and Keira Knightley posed with director Lynn Shelton, right, at the premiere of Laggies.
Michael Tully, top right, writer-director of Ping Pong Summer, posed with co-stars, from left, Myles Massey, Lea Thompson and Emmi Shockley at the premiere.
Actor Donald Faison and actress Joey King shared a moment at the premiere of Wish I Was Here.
From left: musician Carla Azar, actor Scoot McNairy, actress Maggie Gyllenhaal and actor Francois Civil at the premiere of their film, Frank, during the 2014 Sundance Film Festival, on Jan. 17 in Park City.
Actor Michael C. Hall at unite4good on Jan. 18 in Park City.
Castmember Kristen Stewart shared her excitement as she is interviewed at the premiere of the film Camp X-Ray during the 2014 Sundance Film Festival, on Jan. 17 in Park City.
Writer-director Zach Braff playfully posed at the premiere of his film Wish I Was Here on Jan. 18 in Park City.
Actress Kate Hudson and writer-director Zach Braff at the premiere of Wish I Was Here.
Co-stars Keira Knightley, left, and Chloe Grace Moretz posed at the premiere of Laggies.
Castmember Sam Rockwell stopped for a shot at the premiere of Laggies.
From left: Trevor Groth, director of programming for the Sundance Film Festival, director John Slattery and castmembers Christina Hendricks and Philip Seymour Hoffman at the premiere of God's Pocket.
Actor Aaron Paul at Quaker Good Energy Lodge with GenArt and the Collective.
Gibson Guitars celebrated the 50th anniversary of the Beatles at the Collective powered by CEG and hosted by Ketel One Vodka. Partygoers enjoyed DJ music and Ketel One Vodka into the early hours of the morning.
Actress Teresa Palmer happily displayed her baby bump at the premiere of Laggies.
The Better Angels actor Wes Bentley stopped to answer a question festival.
Elijah Wood stars in Cooties, a zombie comedy also starring Rainn Wilson and Alison Pill, which premiered at Sundance.
Co-stars and friends John Lithgow, left, and Alfred Molina, who play lovers in Ira Sachs' film Love Is Strange, chatted at Sundance.
Actress Maggie Gyllenhaal took to the carpet for the premiere of Frank, directed by Lenny Abrahamson.
Alison Pill and Jack McBrayer star in the action-packed zombie comedy Cooties.
At the premiere of his film Young Ones, writer-director Jake Paltrow answered questions on the carpet.
Love Is Strange actress Marisa Tomei flashed her pearly whites at the premiere.
Sporting an all-black, semi-casual look, actress Elle Fanning smiled for the cameras at the Young Ones premiere.
Hellion actor Aaron Paul made his signature peace sign.
Actress Rose McGowan talked about her directing debut, Dawn, at the Sonos Home Theater Lounge.
The cast of God Help the Girl gathered to celebrate the musical film written and sirected by Stuart Murdoch and featuring the Scottish indie group Belle & Sebastian.
Actor Rainn Wilson was interviewed about his latest film, Cooties, which also stars Elijah Wood and Alison Pill.
Actor-director Zach Braff got "locked out" of an "authorized access only" area.
The Better Angels cast (from left) gathered around writer-director A.J. Edwards (center): Diane Kruger, Braydon Denney, Wes Bentley and Brit Marling.
Actor Luke Wilson smiled on the carpet for his new film, The Skeleton Twins, also starring Bill Hader and Kristin Wiig.
The cast of Wish I Was Here bundled up for a group shot at the premiere. From left: Ameet Shukla, Stacey Sher, Zach Braff, Kate Hudson, producer Michael Shamberg and Coco Francini.
The cast of the zombie flick Cooties looked very much alive, as (from left) Alison Pill, writer Ian Brennan, Armani Jackson, Jack McBrayer, Sunny May Allison, Jorge Garcia, Cooper Roth, Kate Flannery, writer Leigh Whannel, Morgan Lily, Rainn Wilson and Elijah Wood all squashed together for a photo.
Steven Spielberg with wife Kate Capshaw at the premiere of Young Ones.
Anna Kendrick stars with Lena Dunham in Joe Swanberg's latest, Happy Christmas.
One Direction singer Harry Styles appeared on the red carpet for some Sundance action.
I, Origins star Astrid Berges-Frisbey looked very demure as she hit the Park City red carpet.
The Better Angels star Diane Kruger posed solo after being seen around town on the arm of actor beau Joshua Jackson.
Jorge Garcia — star of the zombie comedy Cooties — clearly enjoyed his time on the carpet as he goofed around for the camera.
Model Taylor Bagley, left, joined actress Ashley Greene for a perfectly posed photo.
The Magic Mike star promoted his male stripper doc, La Bare, which earned a special Slamdance screening.
Actor and activist Danny Glover made an appearance at the festival.
Actress Kate Hudson and actor-director Zach Braff cuddled up to celebrate the success of the Kickstarter-funded film Wish I Was Here.
Zoe Saldana and Mark Ruffalo, the stars of the drama Infinitely Polar Bear, buddied up outside its fest premiere.
Mandy Patinkin, who shares the screen with Zach Braff in Wish I Was Here, had a wry smile for the press.
Lindsay Lohan poses following a news conference announcing production of a new film, Inconceivable, which she will star in and co-produce.
Stuart Murdoch of the Scottish band Belle & Sebastian performs at the Sundance Music Cafe. His directing debut, God Help the Girl, is screening at the festival.
Actress Anna Kendrick, left, and director Marjane Satrapi were spotted at The Hollywood Reporter Lounge on Jan. 20.
Cooties star Elijah Wood hammed it up for the cameras in a dapper shirt-and-sweater combo.
Listen Up Philip stars Elisabeth Moss and Jason Schwartzman caught some winter sunshine.
Actor Joe Manganiello perfected his tough-guy pose in a burly leather jacket with fur trim.
Actress Keira Knightley stepped away from promoting Jack Ryan: Shadow Recruit to soak up some mountain air.
Pregnant reality star and former Playboy Playmate Kendra Wilkinson opted not to cover up her baby bump under lots of thick layers.
Rapper-producer Lil Jon was in town to perform a set with Steve Aoki at Park City Live.
Maggie Gyllenhaal stars opposite Michael Fassbender, who plays a man with a giant papier-mache head, in the British film Frank.
Mark Ruffalo's portrayal of a father with bipolar disorder in Infinitely Polar Bear has been a hit with critics.
Dexter star Michael C. Hall kept his cool while promoting Cold in July.
Actress Rose McGowan was in town to support her directing debut, Dawn.
Actress Selena Gomez diverted from her Disney persona in Rudderless, starring opposite William H. Macy and Billy Crudup.
ABC Family star Shailene Woodley had the time of her life joining her White Bird in a Blizzard co-stars at Sundance.