Every Sundance, Twitter transforms into Park City’s Town Square, a democratic forum for celebrities, filmmakers and audiences to share thoughts on the festival’s programming. If you visited Sundance this year vicariously through Twitter, you may have noticed a few overarching themes (not least of them being the ubiquity of the Duplass brothers). The tweets below showcase the major sentiments from the festival, from celebrity sightings to breakout actors and movies.
The Madness Begins
#Sundance Day 2. Pro tip: don’t forget to tweet about every thing you’re doing or else know one will know how important you’re trying to be
— Landon Zakheim (@LandonTweetsNow) January 23, 2015
— Melissa Rauch (@MelissaRauch) January 22, 2015
Sundance love!!!! Wow, God is good all the time!!
— Scott Mescudi (@KidCudi) January 23, 2015
— Ava DuVernay (@AVAETC) January 23, 2015
— Jacob Marshall (@beartiamart) January 23, 2015
Just chatted with projectionists – this is the first year #Sundance no longer has any 35mm projectors at any venue. One 16mm but that’s it.
— Alex Billington (@firstshowing) January 25, 2015
— David Fear (@davidlfear) January 25, 2015
General Festival Buzz
I’ve never seen so much money spent throwing parties for indie films. Why can’t they just finance us? They should rename this #Snowchella
— Eli Roth (@eliroth) January 26, 2015
Popular on IndieWire
If it wasn’t for rampant documentation via twitter, there’d be no proof one year from now that 70% of these Sundance movies ever existed.
— Alex Ross Perry (@alexrossperry) January 25, 2015
It’s not every year that a husband and wife director each have a new film premiering at Sundance. Congrats to Joe and @krisswanberg.
— Matt Dentler (@MattDentler) December 9, 2014
— billy eichner (@billyeichner) January 27, 2015
Opening Night of #Sundance has arrived! And you know what’s different about this yr?I’m sitting next to someone from Amazon’s feature team.
— Jeff Sneider (@TheInSneider) January 23, 2015
— Brian Stelter (@brianstelter) January 22, 2015
Sundance, AKA Duplass Disneyland
I’ve been told that it’s not #Sundance until you’ve seen a Duplass brother. Mission accomplished.
— Jace Lacob (@televisionary) January 23, 2015
I’m not saying people at #Sundance are panicking about snow, but someone just ate a Duplass brother.
— Sam Adams (@SamuelAAdams) January 26, 2015
— Mindy Kaling (@mindykaling) January 24, 2015
I love this guy’s head. pic.twitter.com/hfuShQiHuG
— Mark Duplass (@MarkDuplass) January 24, 2015
— Jay Duplass (@jayduplass) January 26, 2015
If ur at @sundancefest and got up early to ski, I admire/hate you
— Jay Duplass (@jayduplass) January 23, 2015
— Adam B. Vary (@adambvary) January 25, 2015
THE WITCH is an absolute stunner: period horror with a Kubrickian/Stroheimian attention to detail, and really friggin’ scary. #Sundance
— Scott Foundas (@foundasonfilm) January 30, 2015
Jason Segal gives brilliant awards worthy performance as David Foster Wallace in daringly talky road movie The End of the Tour. #sundance
— Anne Thompson (@akstanwyck) January 24, 2015
ME AND EARL AND THE DYING GIRL is the real deal. Don’t know how you can see this film and not have it hit you in the heart.
— Steven Weintraub (@colliderfrosty) January 26, 2015
There are many great coming of age boy movies. Diary of a Teenage Girl is that and more from a female perspective. Exceptional. #Sundance
— Neil Miller (@rejects) January 25, 2015
— Roger Erik Tinch (@tinch) January 26, 2015
“We need women writers. Men don’t know what we’re doing when they aren’t there.” -Greta Gerwig #Sundance
— erickohn (@erickohn) January 25, 2015
— Charlie McDowell (@charliemcdowell) January 26, 2015
Sundance films I’m sad I missed bc ppl praised them to me: Mistress America, Tangerine, Diary of a Teenage Girl, Best of Enemies, Me & Earl.
— emilynussbaum (@emilynussbaum) January 28, 2015
Z FOR ZACHARIAH is E FOR EXCELLENT. #Sundance
— Matt Goldberg (@MattGoldberg) January 24, 2015
Yes, the new Lady Gaga joint (written by Diane Warren) for THE HUNTING GROUND was pretty stirring. #Sundance.
— Josh Lincoln Dickey (@NotoriousJLD) January 24, 2015
Christopher Abbott makes a big leap in wrenching James White. Will be very interesting to see what roles follow. #sundance
— Logan Hill (@loganhill33) January 24, 2015
Avan Jogia is fantastic in smaller but key roles in “Ten Thousand Saints” and “I Am Michael”. He’s going to be huge. #Sundance2015
— Katie Walsh (@katiewalshstx) January 24, 2015
Bel Powley’s a star — and she looks exactly like a Phoebe Gloeckner drawing. Expect probable ratings controversy, tho. #DiaryOfATeenageGirl
— Ty Burr (@tyburr) January 25, 2015
Jason Schwartzman’s pants python in “The Overnight” is the biggest thing at #Sundance2015 and I do mean biggest. All hail King Schlong.
— Kyle Smith (@rkylesmith) January 24, 2015
Celebrities (Just… Hanging Out)
Who’s at Sundance right now? Gunna play the billboard party 2night Let’s dance sunS����❄️❄️⛄️
— Skrillex (@Skrillex) January 23, 2015
Also I’m standing in line next to a guy named Robert Altman, according to his sponsor credential. That’s some name to have at #Sundance.
— Jordan Zakarin (@jordanzakarin) January 26, 2015
I’m sitting at a table and Keanu Reeves just sat down next to me, put his head on the table, and is now taking a nap.
— Mike Ryan (@mikeryan) January 24, 2015
— eugene hernandez (@eug) January 23, 2015
— Laverne Cox (@Lavernecox) January 31, 2015