Park City, Utah
Amy Adrion's new doc "Half the Picture" takes on gender bias in entertainment. But even in the #TimesUp era, the film has yet to be picked up by a distributor.
Perhaps the most famous of Park City's winter attractions, the Sundance Film Festival is truly an event for the ages.
A ski trip had never given me the come hither. Aside from being remarkably uncoordinated and plagued by back problems and, I reside in the bone chilling tundra of Chicago, trekking to snow felt idiotic when I could revel in sub-zero temps at home.
Bob and the Trees/ U.S.A., France (Director: Diego Ongaro, Screenwriters: Diego Ongaro, Courtney Maum, Sasha Statman-Weil
For hardcore movie lovers, like myself, there is no month quite like January. Amidst the frenzy of Hollywood's movie award season, the snowy, scenic hamlet of Park City, Utah simultaneously hosts two of the world's finest independent film festivals
It took me a long time to shake off my mother's fear. I don't want that for my daughter.
In today's Park City, the riches lie above ground and the prospects are looking good!
Ice-T revisits his roots as a rapper by visiting with an endless parade of legendary emcees to discuss how they approach their songwriting in Something from Nothing: The Art of Rap.
So how was Sundance? Well, I feel as though I had a successful festival. By that, I mean that I achieved my main goal: I saw a lot of films that made me want to share them with the film clubs I program.
Occupy Sundance will be a chance to watch movies covering the range of topics that have fed the Occupy movement. Going into a pivotal election year, these are issues that can't wait to submit to Sundance next year and hope to make the cut in 2013.