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Sundance 2015

Sundance: Katie Couric Talks Gun Violence Film, San Bernardino Media Coverage

"I think there is an opportunity to find some common ground to address the problem and come up with some solutions," says Couric, whose film 'Under the Gun' will premiere at Sundance.

TIFF: Breaking Glass, Reel Red Take ‘Princess’ for U.S.

The dark coming-of-age drama is from first-time Israeli director Tali Shalon Ezer.

Next Gen Directors: 10 Wunderkinds Everyone in Town Is Watching

Yep, Ryan Coogler ('Fruitvale Station') and Damien Chazelle ('Whiplash') are on the list, as they and eight other new helmers 35 and under talk about taking TIFF, Sundance and the studios by storm.

Munich Fest Unveils Lineup, Including ‘Dope’ and ‘Tale of Tales’

Actor Rupert Everett and director Jean-Jacques Annaud will receive lifetime achievement awards in Munich this year.

Watch Jason Segel Portray David Foster Wallace in ‘The End of the Tour’ Trailer (Video)

"The more people think you're really great, the bigger the fear of being a fraud is."

‘Diary of a Teenage Girl’ Trailer: Kristen Wiig Warns Bel Powley of Her Sexual Power (Video)

"I know nothing's changed, but everything looks totally different to me now."

How Kickstarter Topped $100M in Documentary Financing (and 10 Unusual Films That Benefited)

'Finders Keepers,' a Sundance sensation that traces the fight over a severed foot, is among the movies that raised money on the crowdfunding site.

Cannes: Bel Powley to Star in WWII Drama ‘Ashes in the Snow’

The 'Diary of a Teenage Girl' actress will play the lead in the adaptation of Ruta Sepetys' best-selling novel.

‘Meru’: Film Review

Jimmy Chin and Elizabeth Chai Vasarhelyi's mountaineering saga won Sundance's Audience Award in the documentary section.

Sundance: The Film Arcade Takes U.S. Rights to ‘James White’

The indie is planning a fall 2015 release for the Cynthia Nixon and Christopher Abbott starrer.

Tig Notaro Doc to Open 2015 Hot Docs Festival

The Los Angeles comic's unlikely survival story after battling cancer and losing her mother in one year will open North America's largest documentary festival.

Goldwyn Films Takes Viola Davis-Jennifer Lopez Revenge Tale

The film, directed by Charles Stone III, centers on two female vigilantes.