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Sundance 2019

  1. movie review
    Cold Case Hammarskjöld Presents a Conspiracy You’ll Want to BelieveThis tricked-up documentary about a suspicious 1961 plane crash in Zambia reminds you that conspiracy theories make for great yarns.
  2. q&a
    Jennifer Kent Doesn’t Think The Nightingale Is a Rape-Revenge Story“I think ultimately for me, this film isn’t about violence, it’s about the love between two very unlikely people.”
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    Everything We Learned About Anton Yelchin From the New Documentary Love, AntoshaLove, Antosha is a poignant tribute to the late actor’s life and talent.
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    The Farewell Is a Big Arrival for Director Lulu WangAwkwafina turns in her best acting performance yet in a stranger-than-fiction true family story.
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    The Last Black Man in San Francisco Explores Friendship in a Gentrified CityJoe Talbot’s striking, occasionally contradictory feature debut exhibits both lived-in authenticity and fairy-tale hermeticism.
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    Mindy Kaling’s Late Night Is a Workplace Comedy in the Guise of a Cozy RomcomLate Night is a Devil Wears Prada for TV writing that’s more neurotic and has more on its mind.
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    Zac Efron Is Great in the New Ted Bundy Movie, But the Film Lacks PurposeZac Efron disappears into the serial killer’s glib persona as well as Zac Efron’s face can be said to disappear into anything.
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    Alex Gibney’s Theranos Documentary Stares Deeply into Elizabeth Holmes’s EyesThe Inventor fixates on the would-be disrupter’s face as it tries to understand her captivating effect on Silicon Valley.
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    Ghostface Killah Shares the Origin of His 30 Rock CameoThe union with Jenna Maroney that was designed by fate.
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    The Cast of Adam Calls It a Story of Queer Friendship Disguised As a Rom-Com“I’m really interested in finding different and fresh ways to talk about identity.”
  11. Machine Gun Kelly Talks About That Time He Was 12 and Did Ecstasy“This is like early 2000s rave. This is like real warehouse rave stuff.”
  12. Jake Gyllenhaal Likes a Challenge, Says Director Dan Gilroy“Jake shows a new side of himself every film he does.”
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    Octavia Spencer Does Not Want to Host the Oscars, But We Tried“Oh, Jesus.”
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    The Wu-Tang Clan Looks Back on 25 Years“All of us, each and every one of my crew members of my clan, at some point in time was a fearless motherfucker.”
  15. chat room
    Jessica Williams on Taking a Bite Out of Ed Helms“Honestly it was so, so gross. I could not emphasize to you — because it looked so realistic and because the arm was so heavy.”
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    15 Movies We Loved at SundanceIncluding The Souvenir, The Farewell, We Are Little Zombies, and Animals.
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    Here Are the Winners of the 2019 Sundance AwardsA big night for films with the word “Honey” in their title!
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    The Complete List of Movies Sold at Sundance 2019After an off year, the festival has resuscitated itself as a seller’s market — and Amazon came prepared to lay down serious cash.
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    Lena Headey Reveals If She, in Fact, Actually Likes CerseiJudgment (and winter) is coming.
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    D’Arcy Carden’s Sundance Co-Stars Unpack Her Diva Behavior“You’d never imagine she’s a garbage human being.”
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    Patty Jenkins Calls the Wonder Woman 1984 Cast ‘Magical’She can’t say much.
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    Shia LaBeouf’s Castmates Confirm That He Is, Indeed, a Human Being“He’s the realest person I know that didn’t grow up with reality.”
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    Could Pete Davidson Maybe, Just Maybe, Be a Movie Star?Davidson’s Sundance movie Big Time Adolescence lets him give an actual acting performance, for what seems like the first time.
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    Watch Demi Moore, Iconic Screen Crier, Summon Tears on CommandShe was never good. She was great.
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    The Brink Is a Steve Bannon Movie That Doesn’t Give Him a PlatformBannon may bloviate and backslap all he wants, but The Brink’s message is clear: his shit is weak.
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    Sundance Standout We Are Little Zombies Is a Neon-Colored Scream Into the AbyssThe RPG-inspired debut feature from Makoto Nagahisa is the best Sundance movie about grief since Manchester by the Sea.
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    The Faces of Sundance 2019Vulture welcomed such guests as Lupita Nyong’o, Mindy Kaling, Jeff Goldblum, Daniel Radcliffe, and Pete Davidson to our photo studio.
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    Sweetheart Is a Diamond-Sharp, No-Nonsense Survival ThrillerKiersey Clemons stars in J.D. Dillard’s no-frills, all-thrills film as a woman who washes up on a desert island and encounters … something.
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    Alia Shawkat’s Quiet Rebellion“I used to have questions about what it meant to be desirable, to be feminine, to be successful … Now, I’m more comfortable being myself.”
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    Pete Davidson Chats SNL and Starting Comedy As a TeenagerAnd gives Lorne Michaels his stamp of approval.
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    The Lodge Is an Unsettling Up-Is-Down Horror TaleRiley Keough plays a survivor of a death cult in the new film from the directors of Goodnight Mommy.
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    Watch Lupita Nyong’o’s Tiny Co-Stars Reenact Her Belting Taylor SwiftAnd try not to melt.
  33. the industry
    Apple Plucks Jada Pinkett Smith–Produced Drama Hala From SundanceBlockers actress Geraldine Viswanathan stars in the coming-of-age film.
  34. Jenny Slate Bonds With Goat During Filming of The Sunlit Night“I don’t know if you’ve worked with goat piss before. It’s not a super elegant experience.”
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    Jeff Goldblum Almost Knows How to Perform a LobotomyBut we don’t think anyone would want him to.
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    How Accurate Are the Fake Vulture Headlines in Late Night?It turns out that this very website plays a pivotal role in Mindy Kaling’s new movie.
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    Paula Pell Teases Amy Poehler’s Directorial Debut Wine CountryShe says the movie will be released in “springish time.”
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    Getting Deep With Jenny Slate at SundanceThe actor, comedian, and writer on her new film, The Sunlit Night, and her year of radical change.
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    You Will Not Mispronounce the Word Melancholy in Front of Jake Gyllenhaal!“It’s melancholy, Dan.”
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    Velvet Buzzsaw Is a Pleasantly Perverse Art-World EviscerationJake Gyllenhaal reteams with Nightcrawler writer-director Dan Gilroy for a Los Angeles horror-satire that has no use for subtlety.
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    Michael Jackson’s Family Denounces Sundance Doc, Calls Accusers ‘Liars’The Jacksons have released a searing statement against the film and the media.
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    Annette Bening’s Portrayal of Dianne Feinstein Isn’t About ‘Propping Up AnybodyThough she does know the senator personally.
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    The Report Is the Anti-ViceAdam Driver stars in a sober, and sobering account of the Senate’s investigation into the CIA’s enhanced interrogation techniques.
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    Chris Wallace Wants You to Remember It Can Always Get WorseAnd he has a message for Sarah Huckabee Sanders.
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    Jon Hamm Stands Up for Federal Employees“Those people work for America.”
  46. movies
    Daniel Radcliffe Actually Loves the Harry Potter Theme ParksAnd also the movie Anaconda because, of course.
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    Mark Duplass and Ray Romano Declare Bromances CanceledWe’re all just allowed to have friends now, okay?
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    This Year’s Bonkers Sundance Movie Is Paradise HillsSpanish filmmaker Alice Waddington has made a feminist fable with the twisted logic of a fairy-tale, and the bizarre plotting of a dream.
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    Armie Hammer Can’t Answer Your Most Burning Call Me By Your Name QuestionSo stop asking.
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    Dr. Ruth, America’s Sex Therapist, Is Gunning for an OscarAsk Dr. Ruth, which premiered at Sundance, is a delightful, emotional portrait of a Holocaust survivor who went on to change America’s sex lives.
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