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Sundance Film Festival Sets In-Person, Online Hybrid for 2022

Following a successful 2021 Sundance Film Festival that was forced online due to the COVID-19 pandemic, the Sundance Institute has announced a hybrid plan for its 2022 fest. Taking place…

‘Summer of Soul’ to Open Nantucket Film Festival

The Nantucket film festival has announced its line-up, setting Sundance doc and narrative winners Summer of Soul and CODA as the opening and closing night films, respectively. The fest’s…

‘CODA’ Director Sian Heder to Helm ‘Impossible’ Adaptation

Patrick Wachsberger’s Picture Perfect Federation will reteam with Heder to produce alongside Black Label Media and Marsh Entertainment.

Film Festivals, Human Rights Groups Call for Release of Belarusian Director

The Sundance, Berlin, and Cannes Film Festivals, along with numerous human rights and film industry groups, have called for the immediate release of Tatsiana…

Berlin: How COVID-19 Has Changed Onscreen Storytelling

The COVID-19 pandemic has changed how movies are being made, but the new crop of films that screened at the Sundance and Berlin film festivals are evidence that the…

Berlin: Domestic Deals for Alex Camilleri’s ‘Luzzu,’ Tracey Deer’s ‘Beans’

Kino Lorber has picked up North American rights to Sundance title 'Luzzu,' with FilmRise acquiring Berlin 2021 title 'Beans.'

‘Ma Belle, My Beauty’: Film Review | Sundance 2021

Marion Hill's jazzy feature debut, winner of the Audience Award in Sundance's NEXT sidebar, explores a Franco-American polyamorous relationship.

‘Users’: Film Review | Sundance 2021

Filmmaker Natalia Almada's latest documentary offers an oneiric mix of imagery from intimate moments with young children to bird's eye views of various landscapes.

‘Mayday’: Film Review | Sundance 2021

Grace Van Patten, Mia Goth, Soko and Juliette Lewis play a team of women luring men to their deaths in debut director Karen Cinorre's fantasy feature.

‘Pleasure’: Film Review | Sundance 2021

Sofia Kappel stars as a young Swedish woman keen to break into the adult film industry in Los Angeles in Ninja Thyberg's feature debut.

‘Bring Your Own Brigade’: Film Review | Sundance 2021

Writer-director Lucy Walker casts an immigrant's eye over California's catastrophic wildfires for this essayistic documentary.

Sundance Films Could Find an Easier Path to the Oscars Thanks to the Pandemic

Films that debut with a splash in Park  City don't always make the year-long trek to the Academy  Awards — but this year could be…