Sundance Film Festival
‘United Shades Of America’ star W. Kamau Bell talked about his all-new reality series at Sundance 2016. The show is going to push the envelope, and the first episode revolves around him meeting a member of the Ku Klux Klan! Click to WATCH!
CNN is changing the game with its upcoming reality series United Shades Of America. The series will follow comedian W. Kamau Bell as he goes to places “either you don’t think he should go or that you wouldn’t expect him to go.” He’s breaking boundaries one city at a time. Check out the interview from Sundance now!
Oscar nominations aren’t easy to come by, but director Ciro Guerra has one to celebrate for his film, ‘Embrace Of The Serpent.’ Ciro sat down with actor Brionne Davis at the Sundance Film Festival to examine exactly what made the movie Oscar-worthy. Watch their interview here!
When a movie receives an Academy Award nomination, it’s typically because of the combined efforts of the actors and filmmakers. But when it comes to Embrace Of The Serpent, an Oscar nominee that showed at this year’s Sundance Film Festival, those involved with the movie also have its filming location to thank. Actor Brionne Davis and director Ciro Guerra discussed their Amazon-set film, and it sounds as magical as the Academy thought it was!
After the horrific shooting that took place in a showing of ‘The Dark Knight Rises’ in 2012, even the movie theater isn’t always safe anymore. Director Tim Sutton wanted to address the sensitive issue with his film, ‘Dark Night,’ and he discussed the challenge of that task during the Sundance Film Festival. Watch his interview here!
When it comes to the Sundance Film Festival, some directors aren’t afraid to approach even the touchiest subjects. Tim Sutton did exactly that with Dark Night, which is a fictional depiction of the terrifying tragedy that occurred in the Aurora, Colorado, theater shooting in 2012. But before you shy away from a movie that may seem to have a scary premise, Tim promises that Dark Night is more than just a film about gun violence.
After spending 20 years living among a group of men and women searching for meaning in Hollywood, now director Will Allen has put it all into film — ‘Holy Hell’ just premiered at Sundance Film Festival.
When Holy Hell was announced, it was without a director — something that Will Allen wanted to stay secret until the film was finished. This is his first feature film, and for him, it was all about putting together a movie about everything he and his friends had gone through, no matter how heartbreaking it may be.
Filmmaker Richard Linklater is the subject of this stunning documentary at Sundance 2016, which he says was ‘uncomfortable’ to make. Click inside to WATCH!
With the success of his film, Boyhood, in 2014, Richard Linklater became a visionary filmmaker. In Richard Linklater: Dream Is Destiny, his “vision” becomes the spotlight of a story that tells the tale of one iconic filmmaker and the process of creating a film project.
Right after ‘American Crime Story: People V. O.J. Simpson’ finishes, another miniseries based on the case will hit ESPN — and this one included a sit down with actual people involved in the trial.
OJ: Made In America will be shown on ESPN in five, two-hour parts. Director Ezra Edelman sat down at Sundance Film Festival to reveal why he decided to make the movie, and the intense process behind the new O.J. Simpson documentary.
In this EXCLUSIVE interview, director Andre Hyland explains how he managed to film an interview movie — ‘The 4th’ — in under a week. Click inside to watch!
Andre Hyland directed and stars in The 4th, which premiered at the 2016 Sundance Film Festival on Saturday, Jan. 23 in Park City, Utah.
First time’s the charm! That seems to be the cast for Babak Anvari; ‘Under the Shadows’ is the first film he’s written and before it even premiered at Sundance, it was picked up by Netflix!
Director Babak Anvari joined actors Narges Rashidi and Bobby Naderi in a sit-down all about how the new chilling movie Under the Shadows came about — and revealed the personal reason it’s set in Iran.
The story of Christine Chubbuck is a dark one — a TV anchor who’s struggling at work, at home, and in her love life. In a new interview from Sundance, director Antonio Campos and Rebecca Hall explain the ‘perfect storm of events’ that lead up to the heartbreaking ending in ‘Christine.’
Rebecca Hall portrays Christin Chubbuck, the TV anchor from Florida, who rose to fame in 1974 when she committed suicide during a live TV broadcast. However, Rebecca, her director Antonio Campos and co star Michael C. Hall feel that while Christine is “tragic,” it hopefully has something that can help others.
We’ve all seen the rock and roll movies and TV shows — but ‘We Are X’ is nothing like those. Based on the Japanese rock metal band, X, who have gone through a heartbreaking, tragic life, this film takes on a whole new look.
Director Stephen Kijak is introducing a different side of rock and roll with We Are X. At Sundance Film Festival this weekend in Utah, we sat down with him and star musician Yoshiki to find out where this movie came from, what to expect from it, and why it’s so much more than just another movie doc.
Usually, it’s the seasoned actor who teaches the newcomers — but that wasn’t the case with the cast of ‘Hunt for the Wilderpeople.’ Watch our interview with the cast and directors at Sundance here!
The new comic adventure film may bring out much more than just the laughs. Julian Dennison takes on the role of a young city kid who ends up on the run in New Zealand, with his uncooperative foster uncle — played by Sam Neill. This leads to a manhunt, and the two have no option but to work together to save each other.
As Anne Fontaine celebrated the world premiere of her new film ‘Agnus Dei’ at the 2016 Sundance Film Festival, she sat down to discuss the wartime piece. Watch her exclusive interview here!
Known for her work on powerful French films, Anne Fontaine lives up to her reputation once again with Agnus Dei. She premiered the film at the Sundance Film Festival in Utah and wanted to make sure she gave fans an idea of what to expect from her latest work. It certainly doesn’t sound like a piece that was easy to make, but Anne took the challenge to convey a positive feeling: Hope.
Josh Kriegman and Elyse Steinberg are the masterminds behind the new Anthony Weiner documentary that premieres at Sundance on Sunday, Jan. 24, and the directors sat down to give us an exclusive insight on what to expect.
Josh Kreigman, formerly Anthony Weiner‘s district chief of staff, is one of two directors on Weiner, the new film about to premiere at the Sundance Film Festival in Utah. He joined Elyse Steinberg to reveal that this movie started one way — and ended completely different.
While at the Sundance Film Festival on Jan. 23, Adrian Grenier and a foul-mouthed AnnaLynne McCord promoted their new ‘relationship movie,’ titled ‘Trash Fire,’ and it sounds all kinds of awesome. Watch here!
AnnaLynne McCord almost “killed” the writer and director of Trash Fire “with a steak knife” because she desperately wanted her role, she revealed at Sundance Film Festival on Jan. 23. The “anti-romantic comedy,” which tells the story of a man forced to confront the past he’s been running from his whole adult life, stars AnnaLynne, Adrian Grenier, Sibyl Gregory and more. To hear them talk in-depth about the movie, watch the video!
If you still haven’t seen ‘Star Wars: The Force Awakens,’ then do not watch this video! Rob Zombie was promoting his new movie, ’31,’ at the Sundance Film Festival on Jan. 23 when he revealed a major ‘Star Wars’ spoiler and then said, ‘tough s***.’ Watch here!
Whoops! Rob Zombie may have been at the Sundance Film Festival on Jan. 23 to promote his new movie, 31, but during a new interview, he took some time to reveal a major plot point from Star Wars: The Force Awakens.
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