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Redford on the Sundance Film Festival

Indiewire By Indiewire | Indiewire February 13, 2006 at 10:51AM

Robert Redford has said the Sundance Film Festival, which he began hosting 25 years ago, is getting too intense. "To the outside world, it's a big fat market where you have people like Paris Hilton going to parties. Now, she doesn't have anything to do with anything. I think the festival is close to being out of control," Redford is quoted as saying in a Q&A that appears in Newsweek's February 20 issue. The Q&A with Redford mostly touches upon the February 21 release of a two-disc remastered DVD of "All the President's Men," in which Redford starred.
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Robert Redford has said the Sundance Film Festival, which he began hosting 25 years ago, is getting too intense. "To the outside world, it's a big fat market where you have people like Paris Hilton going to parties. Now, she doesn't have anything to do with anything. I think the festival is close to being out of control," Redford is quoted as saying in a Q&A that appears in Newsweek's February 20 issue. The Q&A with Redford mostly touches upon the February 21 release of a two-disc remastered DVD of "All the President's Men," in which Redford starred.