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iPOP at the Sundance Film Festival, Volume 5

iPOP at the Sundance Film Festival, Volume 5

by Brian Brooks/indieWIRE

Sundance Channel and Court TV announced a new series based on the First Amendment at a party held at Riverhorse on Main Street over the weekend. Among the the crowd attending were Forest Whitaker, who will take part in the series, as well as Sundance Channel president and CEO Larry Aiden. Actor Mark Ruffalo was among the partygoers making their way around Main Street over the weekend. Ruffalo attended the Cinetic Media/Diesel party at Easy Street along with a big crowd of revelers ready to break it down. Also in iPOP, more photos from the Queer Brunch Sunday which attracted tons of gays and their friends.




Caught a moment after the posed photo in front of their banner announcing the new Sundance Channel/Court TV series of programs exploring First Amendment issues, Forrest Whitaker (who will direct one of the programs,) Sundance Channel president and CEO Larry Aiden and director, producer, actor Bob Balaban (also a director of one of the programs) at the party at Riverhorse on Main Street.


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




"Krumped!" dancers all painted up and flaunting their moves at the party for David LaChapelle's documentary short at the Buddha Lounge on Sunday night.


Photo credit: Caroline Wells






Actor Mark Ruffalo ("My Life Without Me"), holding court at the Cinetic Media/Diesel party Sunday night at Easy Street. The party was packed with scenesters gettin' down and letting it all hang out.


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




Letting it all hang out during the Cinetic Media/Diesel bash, Film Forum's Harris Dew, Mary Ann Hult from U.A., Variety's David Rooney and Anne Hubbell from Kodak.


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






"Tarnation" director Jonathan Caouette (left) with producer Stephen Winter and "Hedwig and the Angry Inch" director/star John Cameron Mitchell at the Queer Brunch on Sunday.


Photo credit: Caroline Wells




Having a gay old time at the Queer Brunch, NewFest (NY Gay and Lesbian Fest) executive director Basil Tsiokos (left), Outfest director of programming Kirsten Schaffer and Outfest executive director Stephen Gutwillig amongst the huge gay and straight crowd at Grub Steak in Park City.


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



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