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Sundance Film Festival

Sundance Film Festival Photos

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    Evans

    Sundance 2002: At the exclusive Stein Ericksen Lodge outside of Park City on the final Friday of the festival, infamous Hollywood producer Robert Evans posed for shots during an IFC Rant photo shoot organized by indieWIRE. Later that night Evans made his way to the Eccles Theater to celebrate the world premiere of "The Kid Stays in the Picture," Nanette Burstein & Brett Morgen's doc about his fascinating life in the film industry.
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    Chloe & James

    Sundance 2003: The people behind "Party Monster" were fixtures in Park City in 2003. Pictured here are Chloe Sevigny and James St. James, author of "Disco Bloodbath," the book upon which the movie, which starred Macaulay Culkin in the lead role, was based.
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    Jehane & Hassan

    Sundance 2004: More "best of" iPOP shots...Director Jehane Noujaim's "Control Room" was a big hit at the '04 fest. Pictured at the Sundance Channel party during the fest is Noujaim (left) with one of the film's subjects, Hassan Ibrahim from Al Jazeerah.
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    Entourage

    Sundance '05: At Sundance last year, the cast of the "Entourage" were spotted on Main St. filming the Park City episode of their popular HBO TV series. Pictured is Adrian Grenier (center), with cast and crew.
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    Gilmore, Howard, Redford, and Holofcener at Sundance Opening Press Conf

    Sundance Film Festival director Geoff Gilmore, dramatic jury member Terrence Howard ("Hustle & Flow"), Sundance founder Robert Redford and Nicole Holofcener, director of opening night film, "Friends with Money" taking a pose following a news conference Thursday afternoon in snowy Park City. Gilmore praised Holofcener's film, starring Jennifer Aniston, Joan Cusack, Catherine Keener and Frances McDormand, saying she had come full circle since participating in the Sundance Labs.
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    John Waters' Divine Grocery Store

    Main Street may grab all the limelight during Sundance, but the really cool place to be seen at is Albertson's in Park City. The pic may be a bit blurred, but we were running in for a Midnight snack and took this quicky of John Waters stocking up on some groceries. The store had quite a few out of towners buying food late Thursday night (not booze though, that needs to be purchased at the Utah state liquor stores -- we're sure also a popular watering hole). Among those making the late night scene were...Warner Independent Pictures chief Mark Gill, HERE TV!'s Jonathan Aubrey, Wellspring's Rob Williams and Hamptons International Film Festival executive director Denise Kassell. iPOP should hang out at the grocery store more often (with our good camera, of course).
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    Rufus Wading in the Crowd

    Singer Rufus Wainwright waded through the crowd (with friend) over the weekend at the very packed Canada party for the country's Sundance line up. Wainwright played a couple of shows with British performer Imogen Heap at the Sundance ASCAP music lounge.
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    Power Talk

    A nice party over the weekend was thrown for Sundance Spectrum film "Open Window" by Mia Goldman. Enjoying a bit of a power chat at the event were Film Independent chief Dawn Hudson and Netflix chief content officer, Ted Sarandos.
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    "Friends With Money" Panel

    Director Nicole Holofcener (left) joined castmembers of her Sundance Film Festival opening night film, "Friends with Money" for a press conference Friday. The group showed up 45 minutes late for the event, but people seemed to take it in stride. Following photos, the questions from the audience were sparse at first, but then people began to let their hair down and the conversation flowed. Pictured with Holofcener left to right: Jennifer Aniston, Catherine Keener and Joan Cusack.
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    Winning A Trip

    SXSW Film Festival's Jarod Neece (center) was the lucky winner of a free trip for two to Vancouver at the Canada party over the weekend. The Canadian Counsel General and a bonafide Royal Canadian Mountie flew in to award the trip at the party.

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