Sundance Film Festival
Leaking classified government information isn’t exactly a laughing matter, but filmmaker Bernardo Britto found the humor in it! He discussed his Sundance film, ‘Jacqueline Argentine,’ and how Edward Snowden inspired the mockumentary. Watch the interview here!
Amidst all of the serious themes that Sundance Film Festival pieces can cover, Bernardo Britto decided to take an intense topic and make it funny. Jacqueline Argentine, Bernardo’s contribution to this year’s Sundance, alludes to the crazy situation that Edward Snowden created when he leaked confidential government info in 2013, but takes a totally different approach using humor — and a girl! See Bernardo and the film’s star, Camille Rutherford, talk about it here!
Mateo Aris is NOTHING like his character in ‘First Girl I Loved,’ and it was pretty tough for him to get on-board with portraying the part! The actor dished about his role at the Sundance Film Festival, and admitted it was totally out of his comfort zone. Watch here!
First Girl I Loved is just one of many incredible films that premiered at the 2016 Sundance Film Festival, and one of the movie’s stars, Mateo Arias, admitted to being pretty challenged by his role as Clifton. Watch the interview with Mateo, his two co-stars and director Kerem Senga here!
Let’s be real: we’re used to seeing Chad Michael Murray as Lucas Scott or as Jack Thompson. Well his new role is nothing like either one of those — and the director couldn’t be more happy with his transformation.
Outlaws and Angels premiered at Sundance Film Festival this week and we got to sit down with stars Chad Michael Murray, Ben Browder and Keith Loenker, as well as director JT Mollner, all who cannot wait for the world to see this movie about a group of outlaws who head down to Mexico to attempt to cross the border. The chemistry between this team is a can’t-miss one.
While ‘Viva’ may sound like an out-there story, director Paddy Breathnach’s story on why he decided to do the film, may change your mind. Watch the interview here.
Entirely filmed in Cuba, Viva takes a look at a world we have never seen — that of a man who becomes a drag queen by night in an attempt to find himself. Paddy Breathnach sat down for an interview at the Sundance Film Festival to delve into what it was like filming such a movie, especially in Cuba.
Jessie Kahnweiler is the actress/comedian behind ‘The Skinny,’ and she had no problem explaining how her own eating disorder inspired the web series. Click inside to WATCH!
Jessie Kahnweiler, 28, brought her web series The Skinny to the 2016 Sundance Film Festival along with actresses Illeana Douglas and Sadie Calvano.
When you think of a Wall Street movie you think of men — because that’s how every movie about it has been. Until now. Anna Gunn leads ‘Equity,’ the first female-led Wall Street film that premiered at Sundance over the weekend — and the stars couldn’t be more excited.
Equity stars Alysia Reiner and Sarah Megan Thomas sat down at Sundance Film Festival this weekend to rave over their upcoming film that basically comes at the perfect time. On the heels of the strong, male-led film, The Big Short, Equity also takes on the powers of Wall Street. But this time, it’s about the power women — “no hoes” involved.
‘Carnage Park’ Writer/Director Mickey Keating explains what makes his survival movie unique, and how he created the ‘coolest bad guy in the world.’ Check out the hilarious interview, right here!
Mickey Keating explains how he made Carnage Park so interesting – by creating the “coolest bad guy in the world”! The film has everything: survival, a madman in the desert, and a hardcore chick that can’t be beat. Check out the awesome interview, here!
Wow! A new documentary called ‘The Bad Kids’ is making it’s big Sundance debut and it’s taking on the topic of at risk kids, and what a super special group of teachers and educators are doing to help them get through life without getting in trouble! What amazing people!
The director of the The Bad Kids Lou Pepe explains that the teens in his documentary all go to a high school in California’s rough Mojave Desert and that their principal and teachers have formed a curriculum around “empathy” and teaching them important life skills to grow into productive adults, as opposed to the usual hard core college prep subjects that most of these kids will never end up using.
We’re super excited about the new movie ‘The Land,’ which is making it’s debut at the 2016 Sundance Film Festival. The flick is so much more than a just another youth skateboarding film!
The Land is about four inner city kids in Cleveland who develop a passion for skateboarding, but get involved with dealing drugs to support their sport, as well as escape from their troubled lives at home. Director Steven Caple explained that he got the idea for the film from two kids in Los Angeles who were dealing drugs to support their own dreams. He assembled a super talented young cast but also brought in the legendary Erykah Badu for some star power. The singer she claims she’s playing the “neighborhood ‘ho” and was happy to have the role.
Amandla Stenberg sat down for an interview at Sundance about her new film ‘As You Are’ with Director Miles Joris-Peyrafitte and actor Owen Campbell. The actress says she loved this film because she ‘really connected’ to it. See why here!
Actress Amandla Stenberg, 17, couldn’t say enough great things about her new film As You Are during a Sundance interview on Jan. 25. The film’s director Miles Joris-Peyrafitte explains how she put her own spin on the coming of age story, and it sounds fantastic. Check it out, here!
There’s always that one childhood friendship that sticks with you for life — even if it’s just the memories. And that’s what ‘Little Men,’ a new movie at the Sundance Film Festival, is about — two boys who become best friends. Their parents hate each other, but they at least have each other.
Little Men sounds like a sweet movie. It was shown at the Sundance Film Festival and it’s about two boys who become best friends. And in case you’re a fan of drama, there’s plenty of it! Their parents hate each other. Yes, really. To hear more about the film, watch the video!
Are you a fan of legendary photographer Robert Mapplethorpe? Then, this new HBO documentary feature, which was shown at the Sundance Film Festival, is for you! To hear all about the exciting new project, watch the video here!
These days, nude pics are all the rage. But when photographer Robert Mapplethorpe was alive, it was more taboo. So while at the Sundance Film Festival on Jan. 25, the director behind a new HBO documentary about the life of the artist, explained why now was the best time to release such a movie filled with Robert’s naked photos.
Have you ever criticized a friend for dating someone? Clea Duvall sure has, and she is bringing her experience to the big screen in her latest film, ‘The Intervention.’ After seeing this movie, you may not feel so bad about judging others’ relationships…or realize just how judgmental you are! Watch her interview here!
Writer/director Clea Duvall decided to use her personal life to influence her Sundance Film Festival feature, The Intervention, revealing that she is capable of being extremely judgmental of others. The film focuses on a group of pals who try to intervene in their friends’ marriage, a topic that may hit home with more people than Clea anticipated — after all, everyone has a tendency to be critical at some point in their lives!
A new movie, titled ‘The Free World,’ premiered at the Sundance Film Festival and it’s kind of creepy how similar it is to Netflix’s current hit, ‘Making A Murderer.’ However, this new movie is fiction. But regardless, as huge ‘Making A Murderer’ fans, we can’t wait to see it!
Have you been dying for someone to make a movie about Netflix’s hot new true crime series, Making A Murderer? Well, look no further, because a new movie just premiered at the Sundance Film Festival, and it could practically be a fictionalized version of the documentary. The Free World is about a man exonerated for his crimes and then, something happens that might jeopardize that newfound freedom. Watch the actors and writer/director talk about the new movie here!
Before she even found fame on ‘Orange is the New Black,’ Natasha Lyonne met with director Danny Perez to discuss a role in his film ‘Antibirth,’ and now, the story has finally made its way to the screen at the Sundance Film Festival. But what made Natasha want to portray this crazy character? Watch and find out!
Natasha Lyonne wanted a unique and “zany” role, and thanks to director Danny Perez, that’s just what she got! The actress’ movie Antibirth premiered at the Sundance Film Festival on Jan. 25, and it’s definitely an interesting story — get the scoop on the film right here!
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