The filmmakers behind Pussy Riot: A Punk Prayer, which just got bought by HBO, discuss the complexities of their film and the worldwide movement it captures. And with two performers still in jail, the film is increasingly urgent.
I watched this six-hour miniseries in one day at the Sundance Film Festival and have lived to tell you about it.
Stoker, a promising movie with a great cast and director, is eerily and unpleasantly resonant of Sandy Hook.
This was my favorite documentary short at Sundance AND it's on YouTube! If you like zombies and/or 'Walking Dead,' then you will like this. One of the best parts of this whole thing is ACE Hardware's response.
The film, starring Michael Cera and Gaby Hoffmann, is about a road trip to find the San Pedro cactus and use it to make a psychedelic tea — which the cast actually drank while shooting.
The Sundance midnight premiere of We Are What We Are was terrifying and grotesque, but also strangely affecting.
Coolidge is a scene-stealer (like she always is) in Austenland, which just premiered at the Sundance Film Festival. That is reason enough to pay tribute to her.
The "24" star returns to Park City, this time with family in town.
Both sides of the abortion debate aren't known for subtle shadings, but the Sundance documentary After Tiller, about the four American doctors who perform third-trimester abortions, doesn't preach.
Director RJ Cutler takes an intimate look at the former Vice-President's career in The World According to Dick Cheney.
Kill Your Darlings, starring Daniel Radcliffe, tells the little-known story of a murder that entangled Jack Kerouac, William Burroughs and Allen Ginsberg.
The indie film world converges to kick off the 2013 festival.
Michael Cera and Gaby Hoffmann explore the hallucinogenic properties of the San Pedro cactus Sebastián Silva's latest movie.
At the festival's open, Redford credits the downturn with driving away the Paris Hiltons and restoring the gathering to its roots. "Now we can focus again."
From James Franco's leather fetish to Daniel Radcliffe's portrayal of gay poet Allen Ginsberg.
The Sundance Film Festival begins Thursday, and we will be there. Will one of these movies be the next Beasts of the Southern Wild? Here's a preview of the festival's best, both narrative and documentary, and in and out of competition.