The searing and heartbreaking SundanceTV drama, which was one of the best new shows of 2013, returns for a second season on June 19. Here are the opening minutes, exclusively on BuzzFeed.
For the 10th anniversary of Napoleon Dynamite, director Jared Hess and star Jon Heder talk to BuzzFeed about their favorite memories from the film that jump-started their careers.
The star of romantic comedy Obvious Child, the Sundance darling about to hit theaters, opens up about her anxieties and what really went wrong on Saturday Night Live.
The Australian film and Sundance favorite is about a relationship between a daughter and her father who is transitioning from female to male.
How the underdog cast and crew — led by a hard-partying septuagenarian eye surgeon — of a low-budget, offbeat buddy comedy became the surprise toasts of the festival.
Charlie McDowell’s feature film debut, The One I Love, manages to tell a familiar story in a new (and very complicated) way. The filmmaker, screenwriter, and stars Elisabeth Moss and Mark Duplass explain how it all came together.
“I don’t give a fuck, it’s a waste of my time, and I guess I’ll keep writing movies about how lame you are.” The alt-comedy icon made his directorial debut with the Sundance film Hits, which delivers a few brutal shots at fame and Facebook in the 21st century.
I was at the Sundance Film Festival in Park City, Utah, for the past week. I heard a lot of weird stuff.
There are cat cocktails. A cat-tail, if I may.
The Sundance documentary Ivory Tower investigates the college industrial complex — and comes to some sobering conclusions.
Director Craig Johnson and co-writer Mark Heyman felt their film The Skeleton Twins, starring Bill Hader and Kristen Wiig, was good — but they were still overwhelmed by its reception at the Sundance Film Festival.
Desiree Akhavan’s Appropriate Behavior is one of the most unique films at this year’s Sundance Film Festival. BuzzFeed talks with her entire family about the love and occasional awkwardness that marked the journey to Park City.
BuzzFeed shadowed the Star Trek star, the subject of the new feature documentary To Be Takei, as he and husband Brad Takei braved the wilds of the Sundance Film Festival.
From a Chihuahua in snow boots to Christina Hendricks’ new fluffy BFF, here are the up-and-coming pups we met at this year’s festival in Park City, Utah. Movies? What movies?
After premiering at Sundance, the film sold to Focus Features for roughly $2.75 million, but producer Stacey Sher says the film’s crowdfunding backers won’t see that money, noting, “It was never about investment.”
The actor stars in the Sundance movie Cold in July as yet another man surrounded by murder. But this time, he’s a much different kind of killer.
And announced her new film Inconceivable.
This year’s festival showcased a bunch of movies about twentysomething women in free fall. But, like Dunham’s HBO comedy, race is still an issue that’s not on the table.
Shot over 12 years and starring a young non-actor alongside Ethan Hawke and Patricia Arquette, this amazing achievement perfectly captures growing up in America.
These tiny snow bunnies are going to melt your frozen heart.
“I’m so glad that God made me gay, because I don’t know if I would’ve been so open-minded, if I was just a normal straight white guy from Mississippi.” Ahead of the Sochi Olympics, the former NSYNC singer on his new documentary and Russian homophobia.
Spoiler alert: Most of them involve interesting uses of fur.
The Emmy winner is moving on from Breaking Bad with Hellion, an intense new movie at the Sundance Film Festival. And in it, he’s found his own partner-in-crime.
Wetlands features every single bodily fluid created by men and women. And that’s just scratching the surface.
The actress formerly synonymous with Bella Swan plays a guard at Guantanamo Bay in this intense dramatic film.
“I’m looking for the grown-up underwear of a woman in charge of her sexuality and not afraid of change.”
But at Sundance’s kick-off press conference, he wondered whether All Is Lost’s distributors were “incapable.” Burn!
David Gordon Green is executive producing Land Ho!, the road-trip flick that features two older men who go on a wild romp in Iceland, and BuzzFeed has a first look.
From a drama starring two recent SNL favorites to a documentary about Mitt Romney to plenty of zombies, there are all kinds of movies for all kinds of people at this year’s premier Park City-set independent film fest. In no particular order!