Robert Redford says his Sundance Film Festival, which last month wrapped its 25th season, is "almost to a breaking point." "It's gotten to the point now - almost to a breaking point - where there's a fever that has taken over the festival that creates an enormous amount of chaos and excitement and tension," the 68-year-old actor said in a recent interview with The Associated Press. "It's gotten a little bit harder on me. The festival that we do is the same one as we did the first year," he said. "We program it exactly the same every year, which is for new voices and more experimental films. The difference now," Redford said, is everything surrounding it." Jake Coyle reports.