THR's Photo Lounge at Sundance: 'Birth of a Nation's' Nate Parker and More
Chelsea Handler, Zosia Mamet, Danny Devito, Keith Stanfield, Julie Delpy and more pose for portraits at the first festival of the year.
Sundance Daily Warm Up: Anderson Cooper on Michael Bloomberg Entering "Surreal" Election
"Look, I think a generation of voters has grown up with reality TV, and he's tapping into those emotions and that anger," said Liz Garbus of Donald Trump. "I think it appeals to a TV-watching generation."
Sundance: Abortion Doc 'Trapped' Gets Distribution Deal
The film won the U.S. Documentary Special Jury Award for Social Impact Filmmaking at the Park City festival.
Sundance: The Orchard Snaps Up Rebecca Hall Drama 'Christine'
The Antonio Campos-helmed film co-stars Michael C. Hall, Maria Dizzia, Tracy Letts and J. Smith-Cameron.
Shout! Factory Picks Up Animated Feature 'Long Way North'
The French movie won the audience award in Annecy and will get a fall 2016 theatrical release stateside.
Sundance: 'Outlaws and Angels' Director Signs With UTA (Exclusive)
JT Mollner’s debut feature was acquired by Momentum Pictures prior to the festival.
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'The Lovers and the Despot': Sundance Review
An alluring and informative documentary providing a wonderfully illustrated glimpse into territory, and a personal story, hitherto less known.
'Jacqueline (Argentine)': Sundance Review
Filmmaker Bernardo Britto debuts with this doodle of a movie starring French actress Camille Rutherford as a low-fi, Edward Snowden-like fugitive in Argentina.
'Much Ado About Nothing' ('Aqui no ha pasado nada'): Sundance Review
The latest feature from Chilean director Alejandro Fernandez Almendras (Sundance Grand Jury Prize winner 'To Kill A Man') is headlined by 'Nasty Baby' star Agustin Silva.
'A Flag Without a Country': Sundance Review
Kurdish-Iranian director Bahman Ghobadi directed this docu-fiction hybrid about two Kurds in Northern Iraq who teach children in a Syrian refugee camp.
'Hooligan Sparrow': Sundance Review
This jarring documentary on women's rights in China amid governmental intimidation premiered at Sundance.