Sony Pictures Classics acquired rights for Linklater's latest and Sundance Channel picks up international broadcast rights to five Sundance films including Andrew Bujalski's Computer Chess.
With 22 films ranging from the gory to the delightful, the lo-fi to the pro-life, and from the likes of Marco Bellocchio, Jeff Bridges, Ingmar Bergman, Isabelle Huppert, Takashi Miike, and Michel Gondry, there really is something for everyone in this year's Film Comment Selects!
We cap off our Sundance podcasts with an interview with David Lowery, who had his hand in three of the most talked-about features at this year's festival: he wrote and directed Ain't Them Bodies Saints, co-wrote Yen Tan's Pit Stop, and co-edited Shane Carruth's Upstream Color.
The Australian Film Revival of the 1970s launched the careers of acclaimed directors and actors like Peter Weir, Mel Gibson, Jacki Weaver, Judy Davis, and George Miller. We've put together a handy guide to our series celebrating this "Last New Wave," which kicks off Friday.
Today's podcast brings the heat with a fast-paced wrap-up of the best so far and the best yet to come at Sundance, plus the true story of the hunt for bin Laden in Greg Barker’s doc Manhunt and Albert Maysles on his approach to nonfiction filmmaking and his new short The Secret of Trees.
In today's podcast, we talk with Andrew Bujalski about the meaning of intelligence and his film Computer Chess, Randy Moore about shooting Escape from Tomorrow guerrilla-style in Walt Disney World, and Martha Shane and Lana Wilson about their controversial late-term abortion doc After Tiller.
Befitting Inauguration Day, today's podcast from Sundance includes interviews with the teams behind Inequality for All, about the growing wealth gap in America, and Citizen Koch, about conservative movements funded by the Koch brothers after Obama's election four years ago.
Richard Linklater, River Phoenix head to Berlin International Film Festival, Calvin Lee Reeder's feature stars Dermot Mulroney, and James Franco keeps churning out the flicks!