Park City experienced a bit of L.A. style Sunday. The City of Angels Mayor Eric Garcetti traveled to Sundance to promote the city to a film industry that has often traveled to other locales. Also on Daily Buzz from Sundance, Catherine Keener and filmmakers from Land Ho!, Roger Ebert doc Life Itself and War Story.
The 20th Annual Screen Actors Guild Awards took place Saturday evening, with "Dallas Buyers Club," "Blue Jasmine," "12 Years A Slave," and "American Hustle" winning the top film prizes.
Film Society's Daily Buzz again spoke with Sundance filmmakers debuting their new films on Main Street, with Episode 3 devoted to the harsh reality of an unreal virtual world in Valerie Veatch's Love Child and the tribulations of youth in Kat Candler's Hellion and Michael Tully's Ping Pong Summer.
Stories of a well-connected mobster, the underside of North Dakota boom towns and the life of a charismatic labor leader were highlights of Episode 2 of Film Society's Daily Buzz at the Sundance Film Festival Friday, ushering in the first full weekend of the festival.
Joss Whedon's cinematic adaptation of Williams Shakespeare's classic Much Ado About Nothing has been selected by Film Comment magazine as one of 15 films in their Essential Cinema series of articles.
The Broadcast Film Critics Association held their annual Critics' Choice Movie Awards ceremony last night. Steve McQueen's 12 Years A Slave was awarded the top prize for Best Picture, while Gravity went home with seven awards in all.
Robert Redford reacts to not receiving an Oscar nomination as the Sundance Film Festival opened Thursday. Acknowledging awards and distribution are a business, the actor/director/producer said he was grateful to return to his acting roots, while also touting the three decades of the festival he founded.
Well known for his title sequences and posters for other directors' movies, the film work of the legendary Saul Bass is screening this week as part of the 23rd New York Jewish Film Festival. We delve in to some of the notable highlights.