The 2020 Sundance Film Festival is winding down, but some big sales and premieres are still happening. (Leave it to Andy Samberg to turn the biggest sale in Sundance history into a racy gag.) Read on for some breaking news from the final days of the festival.
With music superstars like Taylor Swift and The Go-Go’s hitting the 2020 Sundance Film Festival, Park City is starting to look like the Grammys red carpet. In addition to some splashy docs making waves at the fest, several buzzworthy narrative films use music and dance to tell moving and hilarious stories. Read on for some Sundance films that dance (and rap, and sing) to their own beat.
Gloria Steinem, Hillary Clinton and Nikola Tesla are just a few of the subjects of breakout documentaries and biopics earning rave reviews and standing ovations.
Panelists include Lana Wilson (Miss Americana), Lee Isaac Chung (Minari), Edson Oda (Nine Days), Channing Godfrey Peoples (Miss Juneteenth), Janizca Bravo (Zola), Eliza Hittman (Never Rarely Sometimes Always).
From revealing documentaries on Taylor Swift and Hillary Clinton to the first reviews of new films making waves at the fest, here is the latest news coming out of Sundance.
Panelists include HFPA member Elisabeth Sereda, Sundance Institute Executive Director Keri Putnam, and stars Kerry Washington (The Fight), Frankie Shaw (SMILF), Lisa Jackson (Lichen) and Julie Taymor (The Glorias).
Panelists include Kendrick Sampson (Miss Juneteenth), Winston Duke (Nine Days), Amy Ryan (Lost Girls, Worth), Ben Whishaw (Surge), Elle Lorraine (Bad Hair) and Meredith Hagner (Horse Girl, Palm Springs).
SVP of Programming and Marketing at AMC Patrick Connelly joins directors Eleanor Wilson (Save Yourselves!), Alex Huston Fischer (Save Yourselves!), Jerry Rothwell (The Reason I Jump) and Danny Madden (Beast Beast).
IFC Films EVP of Acquisitions and Production Arianna Bocco sat down with filmmakers Ekwa Msangi (Farewell Amor), Haifaa al-Mansour (Mary Shelley), Hanelle Culpepper (Star Trek: Picard), actress Jackie Cruz (Orange Is the New Black) and producer Monica Levinson (Wander Darkly) for the “Women on the Front Lines: Changing the Game” panel recorded Friday, January 24 during the 2020 Sundance Film Festival in front of a live audience at the SundanceTV HQ in Park City, Utah.
Discover the true crime stories you’ll be talking about with this look at films and docuseries premiering at the 2020 Sundance Film Festival.