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  • Sundance Film Review: 'Life After Beth'

    For those wondering if there's any fresh meat left to chew on in zombie cinema, relationship comedy "Life After Beth" answers a resounding yes. Blending smart fantasy elements, broad comedy, tender romance and an atypically slow-burning apocalypse, the...
  • Sundance 2014: The dilemmas of having it all in 'Happy Christmas'

    Sundance 2014: The dilemmas of having it all in 'Happy Christmas'
    PARK CITY, Utah -- In a movie also starring Anna Kendrick, Lena Dunham, Melanie Lynskey and Mark Webber, the real scene-stealer is Jude Swanberg, the young son of filmmaker Joe Swanberg. At the world premiere of Papa Swanberg’s new “Happy...
  • Sundance Film Festival: 10 Park City picks for sci-fi and horror fans

     
    Thursday evening sees the kickoff to the 2014 edition of the Sundance Film Festival, the annual indie confab that is […]...
  • Sundance: Buzz Titles Still Up for Grabs Amid Snoozy Sales

    While festgoers are enjoying unusually warm weather in Park City, the temperature on the acquisition front at this year's Sundance Film Festival has been cool so far, with fewer deals taking longer to materialize and with smaller pricetags. The hesitance...
  • Sundance Film Festival: Stars Party and Celebrate Film in Park City

    For the 30th anniversary of the Sundance Film Festival, Robert Redford wanted to jump out of a cake. Before introducing the Jan. 16 opening night film, Damien Chazelle's "Whiplash" (which Sony Pictures Classics acquired), Redford revealed to the Eccles...
  • Marc Butan Leaves Panorama for Sierra/Affinity

    In a pre-Berlin announcement, Marc Butan is exiting Panorama Media and joining Sierra/Affinity as its co-president to share that role with Sierra/Affinity's Marc Schaberg. Panorama, launched two years ago, will reduce its involvement in financing and...
  • Sundance: Aubrey Plaza's 'Life After Beth' Picked Up by A24, DirecTV

    A24 and DirecTV have acquired U.S. rights to zombie comedy "Life After Beth," five days after its premiere at the Sundance Film Festival. The purchase includes a 30-day exclusive window for DirecTV prior to the theatrical release as part of an overall...
  • Grammys 2014: 'Maleficent,' Julia Roberts offer surprise film moments

    Grammys 2014: 'Maleficent,' Julia Roberts offer surprise film moments
    The Grammy Awards are first and foremost a celebration of pop music, but Sunday night's ceremony also had copious connections to the world of movies. Here's a look at some of the subtle and shameless film hyping, trailer dropping and Oscar campaigning....
  • Hats off to Virginia Beach's Pharrell Williams on four more Grammy wins

    Hats off to Virginia Beach's Pharrell Williams on four more Grammy wins
    It was clear from the start that Sunday would be a good night for Pharrell Williams. The Virginia Beach native had won a the Producer of the Year Grammy even before he stepped out on stage near the start of the awards show broadcast. He teamed up with...
  • Sundance: Sex, Science and the Comedy of Discomfort

    SCOTT FOUNDAS: They say dogs come to resemble their owners (or vice versa), but if you hang around a film festival long enough, do you start to resemble the movies? That thought crossed my mind on Sundance's final Sunday, when, as I was leaving a...
  • Sundance Film Review: 'Happy Christmas'

    Another half-formed feature from indie cinema's most prolific doodler, "Happy Christmas" demonstrates that Joe Swanberg makes better babies than movies. The evidence is Swanberg's 2-year-old son Jude, who handily upstages anything co-stars Melanie Lynskey...
  • Sundance Film Review: 'The Voices'

    Cat goes, "Kill!" Dog goes, "Don't!" But there's one sound no one knows, and that's the sound of laughter at Marjane Satrapi's "The Voices." An off-kilter black comedy about a seriously disturbed schizophrenic who speaks to his pets -- and whose pets...