Indiewire is in Park City, Utah to cover the biggest indie event of the year: the Sundance Film Festival. Because we’ll be posting so much throughout the run of the festival, we’ve compiled this Sundance master list to help you keep track of all our coverage. Keep checking back daily until the festival wraps on Jan. 26 for all the latest reviews, acquisitions and interviews out of the festival.
SUNDANCE DISTRIBUTORS GUIDE:
- J.K. Simmons and Miles Teller Impress With a Ferocious Student-Teacher Dynamic in ‘Whiplash’
- ‘Dinosaur 13’ Salutes the World’s Greatest T-Rex Skeleton and Mourns the Fate of Its Discoverers
- ‘Wetlands:’ The Most Disgusting Coming-of-Age Film of All Time?
- ‘Return to Homs’ Presents Groundbreaking Perspective of Syrian Civil War
- Kristen Stewart Is Admirably Serious But Can’t Salvage Mopey Gitmo Drama ‘Camp X-Ray’
- Jesse Eisenberg and Mia Wasikowska Turn
Dostoyevsky Into a Bureaucratic Nightmare For Richard Ayoade’s Dystopian
Treat ‘The Double’
- With ‘Only Lovers Left Alive,’ Jim Jarmusch Caps a Great Year For American Auteurs in Cannes
- Inexplicably Wacky Ratings Satire ‘R100,’ From Hitoshi Matsumoto, Is Like ‘Fight Club’ Directed By Luis Buñuel
- ‘Alive Inside’ Presents a Scattered But Moving Look at the Therapeutic Power of Music
- How ‘Last Days In Vietnam’ Exposes a Troubling Episode In American History
- Bill Hader and Kristen Wiig Are As You’ve Never Seen Them In Otherwise Conventional ‘The Skeleton Twins’
- Keira Knightley and Sam Rockwell Charm in Lynn Shelton’s ‘Laggies’
- Midnight Horror ‘The Babadook’ Adds Depth to Familiar Genre Trappings to Chilling Effect
- Tired of Disgruntled New York Hipster Comedies? ‘Appropriate Behavior’ Is a Welcome Update to the Formula
- ‘Mitt,’ A Portrait of a Politician as We Never Saw Him on the Campaign Trail
- Stirring Documentary ‘The Overnighters’ Explores Unemployment Struggles With a Twist You’d Never Expect
- Colonialism Is Explored As You’ve Never Seen It Before In Mesmerizing ‘Concerning Violence’
- John Slattery’s Directorial Debut ‘God’s Pocket,’ With Philip Seymour Hoffman, Is a Disappointing Mess
- Breezy Doc ‘To Be Takei’ Views George Takei As Modern Gay Icon
- A Father Is Transformed By The Remorseful Burden That Comes From Taking Human Life in ‘To Kill a Man’
- John Lithgow and Alfred Molina Give Their
Best Performances In Years As Struggling Couple In Ira Sachs’ Tender NYC
Drama ‘Love Is Strange’
- ‘The Case Against 8’ Delivers an Emotional Tour of History in the Making
- Michael Fassbender Wears a Giant Fake Head In Irreverent Music Comedy ‘Frank’
- Arab Spring Doc ‘We Are the Giant’ Is A Devastating Marvel
- How the Road Trip Dramedy ‘Land Ho,’ From Aaron Katz and Martha Stephens, Transcends Clichés
- Was Richard Linklater’s 12 Year Production ‘Boyhood’ Worth the Wait? In a Word, Yes.
- ‘Young Ones’ Doesn’t Quite Become the Timeless Futuristic Western It Strives To Be
- Attention Belle & Sebastian Fans, ‘God Help the Girl’ Offers an Inside Look Inside the Mind of a Music Legend
- Despite a Hilarious Set-Up, Madeleine Olnek’s ‘The Foxy Merkins’ is a Disappointing Sophomore Effort
- Maya Forbes Makes a Forceful and Heartfelt Debut With ‘Infinitely Polar Bear’
- Ten Years Since Zach Braff Brought ‘Garden State’ to Sundance, With ‘Wish I Was Here,’ Has Anything Changed?
- You’ve Never Seen a Vampire Movie Like the Beautiful, Touching ‘A Girl Walks Home Alone at Night,’ Produced By Elijah Wood
- Happy Christmas,’ Starring Anna Kendrick, Lena Dunham, Melanie Lynskey and Mark Webber, Is Joe Swanberg’s Most Accessible Work
- Sundance Review: In ‘Calvary,’ John Michael McDonagh Tries Sincerity On For Size
- ‘Under the Electric Sky’ is a Glossy, Energetic Look at the Country’s Largest Music Festival
- Joe Berlinger’s ‘Whitey’ is a Captivating, Comprehensive Look at the Whitey Bulger Saga
- ‘The Raid 2’ Is One Of the Great Action Films Of Recent Memory
- Jason Schwartzman Does Well Under The Literary Influence in Alex Ross Perry’s ‘Listen Up Philip’
- ‘The Internet’s Own Boy’ Explores the Tragic Fate of a Technology Icon
- ‘Jamie Marks is Dead’ is a Poetic But Flawed Meditation on Human Connection
- Bodily Deprivation For Justice In the Spiritually Charged ‘Cesar’s Last Fast’
- Baseball Maven (And Kurt Russell’s Dad) Bing Russell Saluted By His Grandsons In ‘The Battered Bastards of Baseball’
- A Mining Town Faces a Devastating Challenge In Impressive Debut ‘Little Accidents’
- ‘Song One’ Is Exclusively An Ode to Anne Hathaway
- Ryan Reynolds Makes A Crazy Comeback With Marjane Satrapi’s ‘The Voices’
- Katie Couric-Produced Obesity Doc ‘Fed Up’ Hits the Mark
- Fela Kuti’s Wild Life of Sex, Drugs, and Afrobeat Takes Center Stage in ‘Finding Fela’
- Jerry Sandusky Went to Jail. Then What? Penn State’s Future Is Focus of Amir Bar-Lev’s ‘Happy Valley’
- Racial Satire Rarely Gets Better Than Justin Simien’s Smart, Hilarious ‘Dear White People’
- ‘Mr. leos caraX’ Is a Slick DVD Bonus Feature About the Elusive Filmmaker
- David Cross’s Directorial Debut ‘Hits’ Takes Shots at Brooklyn Hipsters and Libertarians
- Mike Cahill Follows Up ‘Another Earth’ With More Insightful Science-Faith Babble In Michael Pitt Vehicle ‘I Origins’
- ‘Ping Pong Summer’ Delights In 1980’s Nostalgia, But There’s More To It Than That
- More Fun With Zombie Nazis Isn’t Enough to Salvage ‘Dead Snow: Red vs. Dead’
- David Wain’s ‘They Came Together,’ With Amy Poehler and Paul Rudd, Is a Hilarious Knock On Romantic Comedies
- ‘No No: A Dockumentary’ is Far More Than Simply a Look at the Day When Baseball and LSD Mixed
- ‘Watchers of the Sky’ Explores the Challenge of Chronicling Genocide
- ‘The Signal,’ From the Director of ‘Love,’ Suffers From Convoluted Sci-Fi Trickery
- Powerful Imagery Reconstructs Black History in Thomas Allen Harris’ ‘Through a Lens Darkly’
- ‘The Lock Charmer’ Wonderfully Explores the Magic of Being Honest
- ‘Viktoria’ Is A Humorous and Poetic Debut From Bulgarian Writer-Director Maya Vitkova
- Nick Offerman Uncovers the Real America In ‘American Ham’
‘HOW I SHOT THAT’ SERIES WITH CINEMATOGRAPHERS
- How I Shot That: Photographing Sundance Entry "Camp X-Ray’" Through a 6-Inch Window
- How I Shot That: The Golden Moments in Sundance Documentary ‘Rich Hill’
- How I Shot That: Andrew Rossi on His Sundance Documentary "Ivory Tower"
- How I Shot That: Capturing the Private Moments in Sundance Doc "Cesar’s Last Fast"
- How I Shot That: Going Hand-Held for Sundance Drama "Low Down"
- How I Shot That: Shooting Sundance Drama "The Sleepwalker" with a Booklight Grip
- How I Shot That: Filming a Young Cast in Sundance Drama "Hellion"
- How I Shot That: The Most Difficult Shot in Sundance Drama "Song One"
- How I Shot That: Filming "Fishing Without Nets," the Sundance Drama
- How I Shot That: Alzheimer’s Patients in Sundance Documentary "Alive Inside"
- How I Shot That: Sundance Documentary ‘E-Team’ Gives an Insider’s Look on Filming War Crimes
- How I Shot That: Filming the Sundance Drama "Happy Christmas" with Minimal Light
- How I Shot That: Using a Wide Lens on the Sundance Satire "Dear White People"
- How I Shot That: The Challenges of Filming Sundance’s "Dig" and "The Case Against 8"
- How I Shot That: Filming in Japan for Sundance Drama "Kumiko, The Treasure Hunter"
- How I Shot That: The Hiking Trail to Sundance Drama "Jamie Marks is Dead"
- How I Shot That: Shooting an Action Sequence in Two Days for Sundance Noir "Cold in July"
- How I Shot That: Confronting Dangerous Townspeople While Shooting Sundance Doc "The Overnighters"
- Sundance Cinematographers Tell Indiewire About The Best and Worst Advice They’ve Received
- Sundance Cinematographers Tell Indiewire About Their Most Difficult Shot
- What’s The Best Film School for Cinematographers? Sundance DPs Tell Us What They Think
- Here’s What Sundance Cinematographers Think of The Transition from Film to Digital
- Sundance Cinematographers Name Their Favorite DPs
- Sundance: Anne Hathaway on What She Learned by Producing "Song One"
- Sundance Regular Mark Duplass Explains How the Festival Changed His Life And What to Expect From Him This Year
- Rose McGowan on Finally Finding Her Calling as a Filmmaker and How Celebrities Ruined Crowdfunding
- Lynn Shelton and Keira Knightley Debut Their Delightful ‘Laggies’
- Aaron Paul on Why He’ll Never Be the Next Tom Cruise and Resurrecting Jesse Pinkman for AMC
- ‘Love Is’ John Lithgow and Alfred Molina Giving An Interview Together
- Sundance Darling Elle Fanning on How She Stays Grounded and Working With Angelina Jolie on ‘Maleficent’
- ‘Skeleton Twins’ Director Craig Johnson On How He Accidentally Took His Parents To Lars Von Trier’s ‘Nymphomaniac’ Last Night
- Elisabeth Moss on Her First True Sundance Experience and Saying Goodbye to "Mad Men"
- Gregg Araki On His ‘White Bird,’ Working With Shailene Woodley and Eva Green, and His Favorite Movies of 2013
- George Takei and His Husband Brad On Their New Documentary
- From Planetary Discovery to Reincarnation: Mike Cahill Returns to Sundance With ‘I Origins’
- The Zellner Brothers Discover How to Relax During Sundance
- Talking To The Epic Team Behind Award Winning LGBT Rights Doc ‘The Case Against 8’
- Fox Searchlight Acquires Mike Cahill’s "I Origins"
- IFC Films Acquires John Slattery’s Directorial Debut "God’s Pocket"
- Pivot and Univision Acquire TV Rights to Doc ‘Cesar’s Last Fast’ Ahead of Sundance Premiere
- CNN Films and Lionsgate Acquire T-Rex Documentary, "Dinosaur 13"
- Magnolia and Paramount Partner to Distribute Joe Swanberg’s ‘Happy Christmas’ Worldwide
- Solution Entertainment Picks Up International Rights to ‘Infinitely Polar Bear’ Ahead of Sundance Premiere
- Sony Classics Nabs Sundance Opener ‘Whiplash’
- A24 to Release Lynn Shelton’s ‘Laggies’ This Summer
- Focus Falls for Zach Braff’s ‘Wish I Was Here’
- Fox Searchlight Acquires John Michael McDonagh’s ‘Calvary’
- Sundance: A24 Makes Second Buy of Fest With ‘Obvious Child’
- Sony Classics Takes Worldwide Rights To ‘Land Ho!’
- RADiUS-TWC Acquires Romantic Comedy ‘The One I Love’ at Sundance
- Sony Classics Falls for ‘Love is Strange’
- Magnolia Acquires Offbeat Comedy ‘Frank’
- A24 and DirecTV Net ‘Life After Beth’
- Sundance Institute Announces Winners of Short Film Awards
- Zach Braff’s "Wish I Was Here" Sold Big, But What Do His Backers Get?
- Here’s What Sundance Cinematographers Think of Transition to Digital
- Sundance Institute Announces Short Film Challenge
- New Online Film Financing Startup Portal Announced
- Robert Redford Blames ‘All Is Lost’ Distributors For Oscar Snub
- At Sundance, Vimeo Launches a $500K Program for Crowdfunded Films
- Fandor to Debut Sundance Short ‘Rat Pack Rat’ and Is Looking to Acquire at Sundance
- Watch: "Sarah’s Uncertain Path" By Directors of Sundance Doc "Rich Hill"
- Watch: Jason Schwartzman and Elisabeth Moss in the Trailer for "Listen Up Philip"
- Watch: Kick-Ass Trailer for ‘The Raid 2: Berandal’
- Sundance Exclusive: Follow a Bodily Fluid-Obsessed Teenager in the First 3 Minutes of ‘Wetlands’
- Sundance Exclusive: Teaser for Tim Sutton’s Award-Winning NEXT Entry ‘Memphis’
- Sundance Exclusive: Trailer Premiere for Eskil Vogt’s World Dramatic Contender ‘Blind’
MEET THE 2014 SUNDANCE FILMMAKER SERIES:
- 10 Films That Should Sell Big at This Year’s Sundance Film Festival
- Indiewire’s Critic On Sundance 2014: Why the Absence of Hype Is a Blessing For the Festival
- Chicken & Egg Pictures: The Force Behind Women Directed Documentaries at Sundance and Beyond
- 14 LGBT Films To Look Out For At The 2014 Sundance Film Festival
- 5 Must See Shorts at Sundance 2014
- The Sundance Springboard: 10 Actors to Watch Out For at the 2014 Sundance Film Festival
- Attention, Filmmakers: Here’s the Distribution Strategy You Need Before Sundance (Or Any Film Festival)
- Here are the 14 Films We Can’t Wait to See at the 2014 Sundance Film Festival
- Sundance Curiosities: Here’s Why Sundance’s Opening Night Film ‘Whiplash’ Could Be a Breakout Hit
- Sundance Curiosities: Here’s What This Year’s Sundance Movies Could Teach Us About Modern Technology
THE COMPLETE LINEUP:
2014 Competition Lineup:
- U.S Dramatic Competition
- U.S. Documentary Competition
- World Dramatic Competition
- World Documentary Competition
2014 Out of Competition: