Sundance Film Festival

These Sundance films are truly a triumph — but will they get the chance to find a wider audience in the months to come?
On the heels of a reductive Oscar conversation around snubbed female directors, this year’s Sundance Film Festival offered a robust counterpoint.
Two documentaries at the Sundance Film Festival raise questions about digital depictions of Black women — underscoring that representation is not enough.
The "Barbie" actor reconnects with longtime pal Harper Steele, who began living as her true self two years ago, in a new film that's wowing at Sundance.
Barack Obama's eldest daughter called her Sundance short an "odd little story."
The funding from the Federated Indians of Graton Rancheria will bring new opportunities for Indigenous creatives, including fellowships and scholarships.
The festival's "Kokomo City" featured the Atlanta resident, who was reportedly shot dead.
Through Teyana Taylor’s character in the new movie, director A.V. Rockwell examines the systems that continue to hold us back.
From a drama about an aging grandmother who discovers the thrill of porn to a rom-com centering on two heartbroken South Londoners, we’ve got you covered.
“Murder in Big Horn” and “Fancy Dance” explore a heavy reality within Indigenous communities without stripping these stories of their humanity.