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iPOP at the Sundance Film Festival, Volume 2

iPOP at the Sundance Film Festival, Volume 2

by Brian Brooks/indieWIRE

Sundance is a huge event in the "indie" calendar and Main Street, as usual, was a parade of filmmakers going back and forth to screenings and other events, including the crowd from "In the Company of Women" as well as the crew from "Edge of America," Sundance's opening night film which screened Friday night in Salt Lake City. Down at the Marriott uber critic Richard Roeper hung out working the fest.




"Edge of America" cast members Delanna Studi (left) and James McDaniel (right) along with the film's writer Willy Holtzman (middle) Thursday afternoon psyching up on Main Street for their opening night premiere in Salt Lake City later in the evening Friday. McDaniel called the project, "The little engine that could," while Holtzman called the two actors with him, "sensational." All praised director Chris Eyre, who was down in Salt Lake getting ready for the evening.


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Outside the Egyptian prior to the screening of their film, "In the Company of Women," directors Lesli Klainberg and Gini Reticker (center) with cast member B. Ruby Rich (left) and producer Lisa Ades smile for a shot.


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Actress and '04 dramatic competition juror Maggie Gyllenhaal ("Mona Lisa Smile") ducks into the Egyptian Friday afternoon to see "In the Company of Women."


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Getting ready to take on the fest earlier in the week, critic Richard Roeper (Ebert & Roeper) takes a moment to smile for the camera while chatting with Sundance Press Office head Patrick Hubley.


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Robert Stone, director of "Neverland: The Rise and Fall of the Symbionese Liberation Army" gets a little sun in his face upon his arrival in Park City.


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Film Arts Foundation's Gail Silva (left) with Patricia Aufderheide, director of the Center for Social Media at American University in Washington, D.C. in front of the Sundance retail area at the Marriott.


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