Sundance Film Festival

The documentary, which won a top prize at Sundance, looks at China's one-child policy through a personal lens.
See the exclusive trailer for Liza Mandelup's new documentary, a prizewinner at this year's Sundance Film Festival.
Filmmaker Matthew Puccini said his new short is a "tender, intimate and meaningful" look at a polyamorous romance within the LGBTQ community.
Premiering on July 12, the film from director Lulu Wang earned critical acclaim at this year's Sundance Film Festival.
The film has received praise for tackling themes related to race, family, friendship and gentrification.
The documentary, which premiered Sunday on HBO, focuses on accounts from two of the singer’s accusers.
"Knock Down the House" follows the campaign of four progressive candidates: Amy Vilela, Cori Bush, Paula Jean Swearengin and the new congresswoman.
A revealing conversation with the actress about her new movie, "The Sunlit Night," and her quest for self-discovery.
The Sundance drama with Zac Efron is the latest work that some say glorifies the monstrous Bundy.
Plus a few performances we'll be talking about, including Pete Davidson, Lupita Nyong'o and Emma Thompson.
"Leaving Neverland," a searing four-hour film that premiered at the Sundance Film Festival, documents the singer's alleged history of sexually abusing boys.
The congresswoman got a huge ovation when she appeared via video conference after the premiere of the political documentary "Knock Down the House."
The "Transparent" producer's first feature film, "Adam," just premiered at Sundance, and he has big plans.
“Leaving Neverland,” which will air on HBO later this year, focuses on the harrowing accounts of two of the singer's accusers, Wade Robson and James Safechuck.
The "Miseducation of Cameron Post" star had harsh words for "Boy Erased," a rival gay conversion therapy film.
Some of the actresses who came forward with sexual assault claims against the once powerful Hollywood mogul responded with both surprise and relief.
The documentary dives deep into the "nightmare" that was the last 18 months of Martin Luther King Jr.'s life.
Directed by Andrew Ahn, the Sundance Now series is a first for deaf artists.