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sundance2012logo%20(2) The Ultimate Roundup of Our 2012 Sundance Film Festival Coverage

2012 Highlights

Recap: The Conversation: What Were the Favorite Films of the 2012 Sundance Film Festival?

Deals: All the 2012 Distribution Deals (So Far), in One Handy List (Updated)

Awards: ‘Beasts of the Southern Wild,’ ‘The House I Live In,’ ‘The Surrogate,’ ‘Invisible War’ Take Top Awards From Juries and Audiences

Trailers: The Ultimate 2012 Sundance Film Festival Trailers Page

Images: Gallery: On the Scene

Clark and Sarah thought they would find their Sundance inspiration in the movie seats, and sometimes we did. We also found a couple naps and some stale popcorn. What we didn’t expect was to have a microcosm of the Sundance experience, night after night, at dinner tables around town. People think Sundance is about the films, and they are sort of right, but mostly wrong. Sundance is about the experience… Continue reading Who Cares About Sundance? You Should

Sundance Interviews & Review of The Words

thewordssundance Sundance Interviews & Review of The WordsThe Sundance Film Festival is often full of surprises, and every once in a while, an independently-made movie with a big name cast shows up in the “Premieres” section without already having distribution. In the case of the festival’s Closing Night film, Brian Klugman and Lee Sternthal’s The Words, it managed to score a distribution deal with CBS Films before any audience was able to see… Continue reading Sundance Interviews & Review of The Words

With the Sundance Film Festival drawing to a close, it’s time to reflect on the best movies that your friendly Moviefone staffers saw at the very-crowded film fest. Of the seven films that we were looking forward to seeing, we did get to watch five. Of those five, three are on this list. (Sorry, Red Lights and John Dies at the End.) Ahead, the best of the fest.

MIKE RYAN

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With a dream cast featuring Kirsten Dunst, Isla Fisher, Lizzy Caplan and Adam Scott (“Party Down” fauxunion!), a wedding-based milieu and Will Ferrell as a producer, the buzz on “Bachelorette” entering its Sundance Film Festival world premiere on Monday night was decidedly deafening. Was this the next “Bridesmaids”?

“Did you wish that ‘Bridesmaids’ was populated by horrible, ugly fucking assholes who hate each other?” wrote writer Kate Erbland on Twitter. “Cool!… Continue reading 'Bachelorette': Kirsten Dunst, Lizzy Caplan And Adam Scott Polarize At Sundance Film Festival