In the chilly Park City environment, some people huddle together for warmth. But when that group is the cast and crew behind one of the notable films at the Sundance Film Festival, they might just be huddled together for a good-looking photo.
Over this past weekend, we facilitated the latter as part of our annual Indiewire Portrait Studio at the Chase Sapphire Lounge. From highly-anticipated hits to under-the-radar breakouts, we gathered some of the festival’s best talent under one roof. Visionary directors and stars from the indie realm and beyond all came together to celebrate their film’s premieres.
These collections also include producers, writers, cinematographers and a few composers. From the giant ensembles to the intimate duos and trios, we’ve preserved some of the best groups of Sundance 2016. As usual, all photos below come from the amazing work done by photographer Daniel Bergeron.
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For a complete overview of our coverage from this year’s Sundance Film Festival, be sure to check out our Sundance 2016 Bible.