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Springboard: Nicolas Pesce Wants to Make Movies That Mess With Your Mind

Springboard: Nicolas Pesce Wants to Make Movies That Mess With Your Mind

"People are darker than they think they are."

Why 'The Club' Director Pablo Larraín Knows the Catholic Church Won't Respond to His Controversial Film

Why 'The Club' Director Pablo Larraín Knows the Catholic Church Won't Respond to His Controversial Film

"The Church knows a lot about the media. They know that it’s best not to do…

Why 'The Diary of a Teenage Girl' Star Bel Powley Thinks Every Girl Should See Her Film

Why 'The Diary of a Teenage Girl' Star Bel Powley Thinks Every Girl Should See Her Film

Ratings be damned, the Sundance sensation is an essential coming-of-age film…

Sundance: Why Newly-Minted Director Clea DuVall Finally Went Behind the Camera for 'The Intervention'

Sundance: Why Newly-Minted Director Clea DuVall Finally Went Behind the Camera for 'The Intervention'

"I wrote a part that was very close to myself, because I don’t really get to…

Sundance: How 'Cameraperson' Filmmaker Kirsten Johnson Found Herself in Her Own Documentary

Sundance: How 'Cameraperson' Filmmaker Kirsten Johnson Found Herself in Her Own Documentary

The long-time cinematographer took a chance on a fraught subject with her…

Sundance: Todd Solondz Isn't as Cynical As You Think

Sundance: Todd Solondz Isn't as Cynical As You Think

"I'm not as self-analytical as you think I am."

Sundance Springboard: How Babak Anvari Made the Festival’s Most Terrifying Feature

Sundance Springboard: How Babak Anvari Made the Festival’s Most Terrifying Feature

The BAFTA-nominated director jumped into feature filmmaking with a horror…

Sundance: How 'SNL' Writer Chris Kelly Turned His Personal Pain Into a Festival Opener

Sundance: How 'SNL' Writer Chris Kelly Turned His Personal Pain Into a Festival Opener

With "Other People," Kelly turned his own family tragedy into a sweet, funny…

Sundance Springboard: Meet the 'Little Men' at the Heart of Ira Sachs' Acclaimed Drama

Sundance Springboard: Meet the 'Little Men' at the Heart of Ira Sachs' Acclaimed Drama

Theo Taplitz and Michael Barbieri are the heart of Ira Sachs' Sundance…

Sundance: John Carney Explains How the Crowd-Pleasing 'Sing Street' is Part of a Greater Trilogy

Sundance: John Carney Explains How the Crowd-Pleasing 'Sing Street' is Part of a Greater Trilogy

Back at the festival with another musical straight from the heart, the…

Sundance: Why Nate Parker Put His Acting Career on Hold to Make Breakout Hit 'The Birth of a Nation'

Sundance: Why Nate Parker Put His Acting Career on Hold to Make Breakout Hit 'The Birth of a Nation'

"The desire to make this film could have come as a detriment to my career. I…

Sundance: How Robert Greene and Kate Lyn Sheil Made the Festival's Most Fascinating Documentary

Sundance: How Robert Greene and Kate Lyn Sheil Made the Festival's Most Fascinating Documentary

"One of the things it’s about is how I’m grappling with my own desire to see…

Sundance: Why 'The Hollars' Director and Star John Krasinski Doesn't Mind If You Call His Film 'Sundance-y'

Sundance: Why 'The Hollars' Director and Star John Krasinski Doesn't Mind If You Call His Film 'Sundance-y'

"When did that become a bad thing? I feel that’s why we’re here. All these…

How I Shot That: DP Elliot Davis on the Rigor and Speed it Took to Create 'The Birth of a Nation'

How I Shot That: DP Elliot Davis on the Rigor and Speed it Took to Create 'The Birth of a Nation'

The veteran shooter breaks down how he shot the record-breaking Sundance…

Sundance: Whit Stillman Loves Jane Austen But Would Happily Direct a Bond Film

Sundance: Whit Stillman Loves Jane Austen But Would Happily Direct a Bond Film

Back at Sundance with the Austen-inspired "Love & Friendship," Stillman is…

Sundance: Why 'Goat' Star Nick Jonas and Director Andrew Neel Want to Change Modern Masculinity

Sundance: Why 'Goat' Star Nick Jonas and Director Andrew Neel Want to Change Modern Masculinity

The frat hazing drama is already one of the most talked-about titles in Park…

Sundance: The Most Infuriating Way to Respond to Their 'Christine,' According to Rebecca Hall and Antonio Campos

Sundance: The Most Infuriating Way to Respond to Their 'Christine,' According to Rebecca Hall and Antonio Campos

The new narrative about the life of Christine Chubbuck wasn't made to provid…

Sundance: How Greta Gerwig Learned What Kind of Director She Wants to Be From Rebecca Miller and Todd Solondz

Sundance: How Greta Gerwig Learned What Kind of Director She Wants to Be From Rebecca Miller and Todd Solondz

At the festival with both "Maggie's Plan" and "Wiener-Dog," Gerwig looks to…

Sundance Springboard: 'The Fits' Breakout Star Royalty Hightower is Ready to Claim Her Throne

Sundance Springboard: 'The Fits' Breakout Star Royalty Hightower is Ready to Claim Her Throne

The 10-year-old star of the buzzed-about NEXT entry is focused, funny and…

What Happened When the Prosecution Turned Their Attention on the Filmmakers Behind 'Making a Murderer'

What Happened When the Prosecution Turned Their Attention on the Filmmakers Behind 'Making a Murderer'

Before Netflix got involved, two scrappy filmmakers had to fight to save…



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