sundance film festival Articles

March 16, 2017

The Directors of Chilean Dramedy 'Family Life' On Questioning Society's Definition of a Family

February 21, 2017

Meet the Filmmakers Who Captured the Rage & Glory of Ferguson's Black Lives Matter Protests

February 18, 2017

American Latinos Don't Make it to Sundance Often, But These Filmmakers Hustled Hard

February 17, 2017

Director Miguel Arteta on Why His Latest Film is Essential Viewing in the Era of Trump

February 8, 2017

Zoe Garcia’s Sundance Doc 'Conectifai' Chronicles How Wi-Fi Spots Are Changing Cuba's Public Spaces

February 6, 2017

Felipe Bragança's Brazilian-Paraguayan Film 'Não Devore Meu Coração' Is a Gorgeous Political Allegory

February 3, 2017

Major Lazer & The Rolling Stones' Concert Films Document the End of Music Censorship in Cuba

February 2, 2017

José María Cabral’s 'Carpinteros,' the First Dominican Film to Premiere at Sundance, Looks at Love Behind Bars

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