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iPOP at the Sundance Film Festival, Volume 8

iPOP at the Sundance Film Festival, Volume 8

by Brian Brooks/indieWIRE

The cast of Jim McKay's "Everyday People" chilled out at Bad Ass Coffee Co. on Park Ave., packing into the mellow cafe. Peter Fonda showed up at the Sundance Channel party earlier in the week, casually talking to admirers who stopped by his booth. His wife, Becky joined him for the evening fest. Always a staple of the Sundance experience is the interview process. Walter Salles appears in iPOP in mid-chat also earlier in the week. Up at Slamdance, actors Jerry Doyle and Sally Kellerman were among the peeps hanging out, following the surprise screening of Dan Mirvish's "Open House."










"Easy Rider" star Peter Fonda and his wife Becky cozy up in a booth at the Sundance Channel party earlier in the week.


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The crew from "Everyday People" hung out at Bad Ass Coffee on Park Ave. in Park City during the week. Pictured from left to right starting in the back: executive producer Nelson George, cast members Reg E. Cathey, Jordan Gelber, Sydnee Stewart, Bridget Barkan, Billoah Greene, composer Mark Anthony Thompson, (second row) cast member Ron Butler, director Jim McKay, and cast members Thomas Dozer and Stephen Henderson.


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Brazilian director Walter Salles did a round of interviews at the Gateway Center during the week. His film, "The Motorcycle Diaries" is his third film to premiere at Sundance after "Foreign Land" (1996) and "Central Station" (1998).


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Actors Jerry Doyle, Sally Kellerman, Anthony Rapp, Eddie Daniels and Director/Slamdance Founder Dan Mirvish in front of Slamdance headquarters at the surprise screening of Mirvish's musical comedy "Open House."


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Actors James Marsden ("X-Men 2,") Elizabeth Banks ("Seabiscuit,") and Jesse Bradford ("Clockstoppers") show their beautiful grins at Cafe Terigo on Main Street Wednesday. Sony Classics hosted a small lunch announcing the acquisition of "Heights" by Chris Terrio, which the trio star in.


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Magnolia Pictures president Eammon Bowles gives an animated 'Hello' at the Sundance Channel party earlier in the week.


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