Every year at the Sundance Film Festival, you see a few films and then decide there is a pattern. At least that is what I’ve heard. This is my first Sundance, but luckily the films I’ve seen have left the following impression on me: women rule. It didn’t take me 37 years and this film festival to discover that; after all I am a work-at-home… Continue reading The Women Who Ruled the 2014 Sundance Film Festival
The 2014 Sundance Film Festival kicks off this week in the snowy mountains of Park City, Utah, and you should care because many of the year’s most talked-about independent movies will make their debut in theaters across the city over the next several days. But which ones are people looking forward to the most? Why, that’s what we’re here for.
Open up that “Reminders” app… Continue reading Our 14 Most Anticipated Movies of the 2014 Sundance Film Festival
Festival season is going to be kicking into high gear in just one short month and after exciting announcements for the Toronto and Venice International Film Festivals over the last few weeks, the Film Society of Lincoln Center is not resting on their laurels, having scooped up the World Premiere of Paul Greengrass’ Somali pirates drama Captain Phillips, starring Tom Hanks, to play as its Opening… Continue reading Paul Greengrass' Captain Phillips to Open New York Film Festival