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Sundance 2023

‘Run Rabbit Run’ Review: Sarah Snook in a Maternal Horror Flick Whose Shivers Are Only Skin-Deep

The 'Succession' star plays a mother whose relationship with her young daughter takes a turn for the fraught in Daina Reid's film.

‘The Stroll’ Review: A Story of Survival, Sisterhood and Erasure Told by the Trans Women of Color Who Lived It

Co-directors Kristen Lovell and Zackary Drucker trace the history of New York’s Meatpacking District and its overnight gentrification from sex-worker beat to well-heeled hipster precinct.

Sundance: Newly Engaged Stars of ‘Theater Camp’ Ben Platt and Noah Galvin Make Splash With Fest Debut

Asked how they feel about making their Sundance debut in the mockumentary Theater Camp, newly engaged couple Ben Platt and Noah Galvin, in their first red carpet interview since the ring exchange, already sounded like an old married couple. “It feels that much more special because we really deserved it, you know? We really earned […]

The Hollywood Reporter Critics Pick the 15 Best Films of Sundance 2023

A deliciously juicy psychological thriller starring Thomasin McKenzie and Anne Hathaway, an Olympian’s stunning directorial debut and a spirited documentary portrait of Little Richard are among faves from the fest.

‘Victim/Suspect’ Review: A Sobering Documentary Exposes the Ways Many Sexual Assault Accusers Are Railroaded

The second feature-length doc from the helmer of ‘Roll Red Roll’ focuses on a journalist’s deep dive into a nationwide travesty of justice.

Sundance: Inside Fest’s Hottest Parties and Events (Updating)

After two years online due to the pandemic, the Sundance Film Festival returned to Park City, Utah, for its 2023 edition from Jan. 19-29. Filmmakers, actors, artists, influencers and more returned en masse for the festivities that included a packed calendar of parties, concerts, gatherings and events that hosted many a Hollywood notable name. Take a peek […]

‘Plan C’ Review: Sensitive Doc Depicts Warriors for a Women’s Right to Choose

Tracy Droz Tragos, who directed 2016's ‘Abortion: Stories Women Tell,’ takes a look at the women running an advisory service for those seeking abortion-drugs.

‘Radical’ Review: Eugenio Derbez Plays an Unorthodox Teacher in a Standard but Appealing Crowd-Pleaser

Christopher Zalla’s uplifting tearjerker is based on the true story of an impassioned educator who turned around the grades of his failing class in just a year.

Sundance: ‘A Thousand and One,’ Nikki Giovanni Doc Take Top Jury Prizes

A Thousand and One took the jury prize in the U.S. Dramatic Competition section at the 2023 Sundance Film Festival, with Going to Mars: The Nikki Giovanni Project taking the top prize in the U.S. Documentary Competition section. A Thousand and One is directed by A.V. Rockwell and follows a mother who kidnaps her six-year-old […]

‘Going to Mars: The Nikki Giovanni Project’ Review: A Searching Portrait of the Celebrated Poet

Joe Brewster and Michèle Stephenson delve into the poet's life in a documentary that teeters between formal experimentation and dutiful portrait.

‘Mutt’ Review: A Young Trans Man Tackles Multiple Crises in a Heartfelt Feature Debut

Lio Mehiel plays a trans man in his mid-20s grappling with complicated family relationships in Vuk Lungulov-Klotz's film.

Indigo Girls Reflect on Late “Great Mentor” David Crosby

Folk-rock icons Indigo Girls touched down in Sundance for the world premiere of their Alexandria Bombach-directed film It’s Only Life After All. The doc debuted the same day they were booked to perform at the fest’s opening night fundraiser, hours after the Jan. 18 death of music legend David Crosby. “We’re still processing,” Amy Ray, […]