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iPOP at the Sundance Film Festival, Volume 11

iPOP at the Sundance Film Festival, Volume 11

by Brian Brooks/indieWIRE

iPOP displayed images throughout the 2004 Sundance Film Festival from organized events such as the plethora of parties that took place as well as informal shots of people we happened to come across on the street. Included in this iPOP are pics from various days of the festival that did not appear during coverage of the actual event... but here they are now.




"Everyday People" director Jim McKay and his producer Nelson George in a very Park City scene. iPOP took them outside for a photo as they were hanging out with the cast of their film at the Bad Ass Coffee Co. near Main Street.


Photo credit: Brian Brooks/ © indieWIRE (shot on the Kodak DX6490)




Lawyer Stephen Beer and "Imelda" director Ramona Diaz at the Discovery Channel party mid-week.


Photo credit: Eugene Hernandez/ © indieWIRE (shot on the Kodak DX6490)







Joana Vicente and Jason Kliot, Deutsch Open City co-heads, at the Sundance Channel/Court TV party at the Riverhorse on Main Street.


Photo credit: Brian Brooks/ © indieWIRE (shot on the Kodak DX6490)




Heisman Trophy winner, Eddie George of the Tennessee Titans, joined the Sundance scene, pictured here at the IFC/Target party at the Riverhorse.


Photo credit: Brian Brooks/ © indieWIRE (shot on the Kodak LS443)







Outfest's Kirsten Schaffer and Frameline's Jennifer Morris posed on the stairwell of Easy Street during the Cinetic/Diesel party the first weekend of the fest. Suddenly, a sexy thang decided to join in on the pic with the women (right) then ran off after the pic was snapped... Kirsten and Jennifer were happy to have her join.


Photo credit: Brian Brooks/ © indieWIRE (shot on the Kodak DX6490)



Also at the Cinetic party, indieWIRE's Wendy Mitchell, Eugene Hernandez and Brian Brooks (showing off his new zit) ran around chatting, taking pictures and having wine at the party.


Photo credit: Brian Brooks/ © indieWIRE (shot on the Kodak DX6490)







"Hedwig" director/star John Cameron Mitchell promotes "Tarnation," outside the Queer Brunch during the first weekendwhich screened at Sundance. Mitchell, who is an executive director for "Tarnation" is currently working on his latest project, "Shortbus."


Photo credit: Brian Brooks/ © indieWIRE (shot on the Kodak DX6490)




Short film director, Jowan Carbin "Welcome to Life" hung out early in the festival at the popular SKYY Lounge on Main St.


Photo credit: Brian Brooks/ © indieWIRE (shot on the Kodak DX6490)







The boys from the Hollywood Reporter, Chris Gardner and Ian Mohr. were all over the place in Park City. Here, they joined a posse of gays and their straight friends at the Homos Away from Home party at the Gateway Center last week in support of "Tarnation."


Photo credit: Brian Brooks/ © indieWIRE (shot on the Kodak LS443)




Director Jenni Olson with director Bruce LaBruce in town for "Raspberry Reich" at the Queer Brunch early in the fest.


Photo credit: Brian Brooks/ © indieWIRE (shot on the Kodak LS443)




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