Sundance Film Festival
From Regina Hall in two wildly different roles to Amy Poehler's "Lucy and Desi" documentary, here are some highlights from this year's Sundance Film Festival.
Sundance entries "Hatching," "Master" and "Piggy" take on teenage girls' true boogeyman: social isolation.
The documentary “The Janes” and two dramas — “Call Jane” and “Happening” — provide grim reminders of what’s at stake if Roe v. Wade is overturned.
"Honk for Jesus, Save Your Soul" and "We Need to Talk about Cosby" both confront flawed heroism.
"I don’t think I could’ve done it before the age that I am," the Oscar winner said during a talk at the Sundance Film Festival.
The Sundance Film Festival is cancelling its in-person festival and reverting to an entirely virtual edition due to the current coronavirus surge.
That means everyone from volunteers to filmmakers and passholders.
"You don't wanna be in a place that you don't feel wanted," the star of the acclaimed 2017 film told "The Graham Norton Show."
Here are the best titles that premiered virtually, including a Tessa Thompson drama, an Ed Helms comedy and a "Sesame Street" documentary.
The writer, producer and co-director of the Sundance film "How It Ends" talks about creativity in lockdown amid COVID-19 anxiety.