Tag Archives: Sundance

Project Nim dir. James Marsh

By Lee Cahill Project Nim is the most recent documentary from James Marsh, director of the wildly popular Man On Wire. Nim premiered at Sundance in 2011, had a nationwide theatrical release, and seemed to be a shoe-in for the … Continue reading

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Films to see at SXSW: V/H/S dir. David Bruckner, Ti West, Joe Swanberg, Glenn McQuaid, Adam Wingard, and Radio Silence

By Leah Shore FILM: V/H/S DIRECTORS: Directed by David Bruckner (The Signal), Ti West (The House of the Devil, The Innkeepers), Joe Swanberg (Silver Bullets, Hannah Take the Stairs), Glenn McQuaid (I Sell the Dead), Adam Wingard (You’re Next, A … Continue reading

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Sundance Feature: The House I Live In dir. Eugene Jarecki

By Sarah Hillman Director and documentary filmmaker Eugene Jarecki (Why We Fight, Move Your Money) returned to Sundance once again this year and left a Grand Jury Prize Winner. His feature doc, The House I Live In, tackles America’s War … Continue reading

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Sundance Feature: The End of Love dir. Mark Webber

By Sarah Hillman Have you ever wondered what it would be like to live a different life? What it would be like to lose the one you love? Director and actor Mark Webber explores both of these questions in his … Continue reading

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Films to Watch From Sundance 2011

By Sarah Hillman The common theme of Sundance Film Festival 2011 seemed to be life, plain and simple. From the struggles of long-distance relationships (Like Crazy) to the ending of life itself (How to Die in Oregon), this year’s featured … Continue reading

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