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dear white people crop Update: Sundance Midnight Movies Include Teachers vs. Infected Kids, a Return of Nazi Zombies and More Craziness

Update: Sundance has just announced the next batch of films, the most interesting part being the Park City at Midnight block of genre films. We’ve added them to the bottom of the page. Highlights there include Cooties, a film about teachers killing their elementary school students after a virus turns them into savages, The Guest (the next from the team behind You’re Next), and Killers

Features, Interviews and Reviews

teen wolf crop Best of the Week: Sundance 2013 Favorites, All About Warm Bodies, and More

The World’s Most Manliest Man Movies by Evan Saathoff

Listen: On ‘The Dirties’ Being the Most Accurate Portrayal of School Violence We’ve Ever Seen by Erik Davis

Why Alex Pettyfer Could Hurt ‘Divergent’ by Perri Nemiroff

Listen: ‘The Dirties’ Director and Star Matthew Johnson on Winning Slamdance, School Violence and More by Erik Davis

‘The Dark Knight Returns’ vs. ‘The Dark Knight Rises': Which Has the Better Ending for Batman? by… Continue reading Best of the Week: Sundance 2013 Favorites, All About 'Warm Bodies,' and More

UpstreamColor still2 AmySeimetz Which 2013 Sundance Movie Are You Now Anticipating Most?

The 2013 Sundance Film Festival has come and gone, and as usual it’s left a pile of anticipation in its wake. Those in attendance made a lot of noise about a good amount of narrative and documentary features, and many of those titles picked up distribution deals, so eventually the rest of us will one day get to see them, too. Some sooner than later… Continue reading Which 2013 Sundance Movie Are You Now Anticipating Most?

This past week, I traveled to Utah to cover the Sundance Film Festival for Moviefone. This was my first trip to the annual event, and for the most part, things went very well. Granted, I did make one big mistake in not staying long enough, which means I missed several buzzed-about films, including “Lovelace,” “A.C.O.D.” “Fruitvale” and “Escape From Tomorrow.”

Nevertheless, I still got to see 14 movies in my four-and-a-half… Continue reading Sundance: 14 Films We Saw at the 2013 Film Festival

Emerging artists from India, Australia, South Africa and Chile honored for their visionary projects

BestMediaInfo Bureau | Delhi | February 7, 2012

Sundance Institute Mahindra Global Film Making Award Sundance Institute Mahindra Global Filmmaking Award given away

Sundance Institute and Mahindra have announced the winners of 2012 Sundance Institute | Mahindra Global Filmmaking Award, in recognition and support of emerging independent filmmakers from around the world. The winning directors and projects are: Shonali Bose, Margarita