The 2024 Sundance Film Festival will run from January 18 to 28 in Park City, Utah under new festival director Eugene Hernandez.
The "Succession" star leads "The Handmaid's Tale" director Daina Reid's Australian horror movie that debuted at Sundance.
The programs count Paul Thomas Anderson, Chloe Zhao, Gina Prince-Bythewood, Taika Waititi, and Ryan Coogler among their alums.
Koko Da Doll "was the latest victim of violence against Black transgender women," director D. Smith said in a statement.
The indie that premiered in the NEXT section will get a theatrical release later this year.
Little Richard was a great musician and a true musical icon — but an unreliable narrator, filmmaker Lisa Cortés tells IndieWire.
William Oldroyd's film based on the 2015 Ottessa Moshfegh novel will open theatrically this fall.
The Gulf Coast gathering is a prime way for anyone in the Southeast to familiarize themselves with buzzy titles that'll be talked about all year long.
Jonathan Majors, W. Kamau Bell, and more joined Adobe at the IndieWire Studio during the festival.
As the annual festival returned to Park City in force, readers were more eager than ever to get a sense of what was happening on the ground.
The top winners were among the buzziest of this year's festival, from "Fair Play" to "Past Lives" and more.
With no obvious frontrunner, which acclaimed documentary will appeal to the widest swath of Oscar voters?
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