Sundance Film Festival
The 2020 Sundance Film Festival is in full swing & some of our favorite stars have been heading to Park City, Utah in seriously stunning outfits!
Anne Hathaway was positively beaming in her patterned and belted dress when she joined her cast at the Sundance Film Festival to promote their forthcoming film ‘The Last Thing He Wanted.’
New year, new look for Taylor Swift! The singer attended her documentary premiere at the Sundance Film Festival on Jan. 23, and she was rocking much shorter locks on the red carpet.
As celebs like Taylor Swift and Angelina Jolie prepare to trek into the snow for the 2020 Sundance Film Festival, look back on the trendiest outfits from last year’s star-studded celebration in the gallery below!
What do you do when the snow’s falling and you have to hit the red carpet? Wear white, of course! Stars like Demi Moore did just that at Sundance and looked fabulous. See a gallery of their looks here.
Idris Elba and Sandra Bullock were on hand at Safe Space in Park City, Utah, on Jan. 20th, at Sundance to witness an epic rap battle between will.i.am, KRS-One and more legends of hip-hop. Check out the details of this amazing party.
It wouldn’t be a day of the week if Scott Disick and Kourtney Kardashian weren’t having relationship issues. And even though the on-again, off-again couple is known for its ebb and flow, HollywoodLife.com has learned EXCLUSIVELY that Kourtney is ‘broken-hearted’ over Scott’s hard partying at the Sundance Film Festival.
Less than 24 hours after news broke that Laura Prepon and Ben Foster are expecting their first child, the ‘Orange Is The New Black’ actress showed off her growing baby bump in Park City, Utah. The secretive couple is in town for the Sundance Film Festival and not even a layer of goose down can hide Laura’s excitement! See the pic here.
‘Lo and Behold: Reveries of the Connected World’ is a film like none other — a documentary about the Internet from Werner Herzog, who actually admits to not really ever using it!
Werner Herzog, 73, is an award-winning director from German who has always had questions about the Intenet and the way it all connects — and where it’s going in the future. We sat down with him at 2016 Sundance Film Festival to get some insight. And we learned that if there’s a day where cars drive themselves, he wants no part of it!
Two artists have put their talent together to film a whole new world of virtual reality, and they’re showing off their proud work at the 2016 Sundance Film Festival.
While virtual reality headsets have been around for awhile, two artists are upping the game on it with an intense new piece that follows an undercover officer into the dark and hidden world of factory farming. Called Condition One, the VR documentary shows that “it’s here where you really get to see first hand what the conditions are,” film maker Casey Brown shared about the controversial topic. And it was no easy task by any means, as she and her partner Danfung Dennis used a custom configuration of 16 cameras that are all recording at the same time, all on on a stationary tripod to do their work. Wow! Sounds pretty intense!
Who knew that there is big money to be made in the business of tickling? That’s exactly what the new Sundance documentary ‘Tickled’ is all about and you’ll never believe the crazy real life moments in the film!
This sounds like it could be insane! Director David Farrier explains that his new documentary ‘Tickled’ is, “a documentary about the sport of competitive endurance tickling.” What?! We didn’t even know there was such a thing. David’s an entertainment journalist back home in his native New Zealand and was intrigued when he heard about a Los Angeles company that once a month flies 20 people into the city, gives them $2,000 cash, a hotel room and daily per diems, and all they have to do is tickle each other nonstop!
Yet another indie drama is making its big Sundance Film Festival debut at this one features none other than movie tough guy Michael Shannon playing a man falling hard in love with a stranger in’Frank and Lola’! Aww, so nice to see him turn the tables from his usual villain roles!
This sounds interesting! Frank and Lola is a love story where Michael Shannon – who plays the title character – plays a Las Vegas chef and one night a woman (Lola) comes into this restaurant and they get to talking and fall super hard for each other, only for him to learn that she has quite a checkered past. “When I read the script I was really taken back by the romanticism of it. It just seemed like a unique opportunity for me.” After so many gritty roles, we bet it was a fun change for him to be in a love story!
Finally! For the first time, a documentary has been put together that chronicles the life of the late great Maya Angelou. The film took four years to put together and now ‘Maya Angelou And Still I Rise’ is making its Sundance Film Festival debut.
Co-Director Rita Coburn Whack explains that the film is the “First documentary done on her life story, and it really shows her ability to live history, participated in it and documented it herself,” and promises “there are a lot of things in the film that people will be surprised about,” when it comes to Maya Angelou‘s 86 years of life. She added that throughout the four years of working on the project, they gathered over 20 interviews, including three with the late author, poet and civil rights activist before her May 2014 passing. They also talked to both President Bill Clinton and Hillary, as well as close friends of Maya like Oprah Winfrey and Common.
Well, this is interesting. A new film about a womanizer with ‘stupid thoughts’ debuted at the Sundance Film Festival and on Jan. 26, writer/director Tahir Jetter hilariously explained how he came up with such a peculiar concept. Watch the video here!
How To Tell You’re A Douchebag seems like an odd title to give a movie, but it exists and this new film debuted at the Sundance Film Festival, where the writer/director and cast came together to talk about their project. Watch the video here.
What if a simple movie was able to make a difference in children’s lives? Director James Redford aims to do so with his documentary, ‘Resilience,’ which focuses on the implications of toxic stress that results from harmful childhood experiences. Watch him talk about the film here!
When James Redford arrived in Salt Lake City for the 2016 Sundance Film Festival, he was ready to start a conversation. Before making his film Resilience, the director discovered that toxic stress — which results from facing violence, neglect, and abuse — has become a medical threat for children who experience it, so he wanted his next work to help change that. He’s clearly passionate about the issue, and he hopes his film will make viewers feel the same!
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