The Sundance Film Festival has wrapped for another year, and as always, there was plenty to discuss on the film front (check out our 18 Best Films, 25 Breakthrough Filmmakers And Actors, and 6 Trends). However, outside the cinemas of Park City, there were some great talks being had between important filmmaking voices (such as Christopher Nolan and Colin Trevorrow), and we’ve collected a batch of conversations from Sundance that you’ll want to make time for.
Werner Herzog and Joshua Oppenheimer, “Anomalisa” duo Charlie Kaufman and Duke Johnson, DA Pennebaker and Chris Hegedus, and Lena Dunham and Norman Lear are just some of the pairings from the Cinema Café. These generous hour-plus talks go deep, with some great insights spun from the casual atmosphere and setting. And there’s even more with Melanie Lynskey and Imogen Poots, Keegan-Michael Key and Natasha Lyonne, Rebecca Hall and Michael Shannon, John Krasinski and Thomas Middleditch, and Chelsea Handler and Morgan Spurlock also sitting down for chats together.
It’s a lot to watch, so bookmark it and come back to check out each one. Look on below.