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Sundance Film Festival

  1. big time adolescence
    Could Pete Davidson Maybe, Just Maybe, Be a Movie Star?Big Time Adolescence, now streaming on Hulu, lets the comedian give an actual acting performance, for what seems like the first time.
  2. movie review
    Never Rarely Sometimes Always, an Everyday Thriller About Obtaining an AbortionIn Eliza Hittman’s new movie, state restrictions turn a teenager’s attempt to end an unwanted pregnancy into a perilous journey.
  3. documentaries
    Hillary Clinton Has a Theory on Why People Love Her Most When She’s LosingAhead of the Sundance premiere of her new Hulu docuseries, Clinton spoke to Vulture about concession speeches and supporting Bernie Sanders.
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    Alison Brie Based Horse Girl on Her Own Mental Health HistoryFeeling uninspired by the roles coming her way, Brie co-wrote the Netflix film based on her family’s history of schizophrenia and depression.
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    A Complete List of Movies Sold at SundanceAnd how much $$$ they cost.
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    12 Movies We Loved at SundanceHere are a dozen of our favorites from the 2020 film festival — just know that there are at least a dozen other movies we could have easily included.
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    What Happens When Me Too Hits Hollywood’s Biggest Screen?Two years after the Harvey Weinstein story broke, a conflicted portrait of the movement it birthed hit the Sundance Film Festival.
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    When Documentaries Make You Question EverythingThis year’s slate of Sundance docs is unusually focused on narrative control: who has it, who demands it, and what happens when it changes hands.
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    The Faces of Sundance 2020Vulture welcomed Tessa Thompson, Mila Kunis, Glenn Close, Ethan Hawke and more to our photo studio.
  10. miss americana
    18 Things We Learn About Taylor Swift in Her Documentary Miss AmericanaThe superstar’s new doc, directed by Lana Wilson, reveals a lot: An eating disorder, the story behind her political awakening, and a cat backpack.
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    Julia Louis-Dreyfus on What She’d Do If Her Husband Bolted During an AvalancheThe Downhill star explains the risky challenge of adapting the dark Swedish comedy Force Majeure alongside Will Ferrell.
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    Kirsten Johnson on Fake-Killing Her Dad (Over and Over) in Dick Johnson Is DeadThe documentarian explains how and why she filmed a sob-inducing, wildly funny, preemptive eulogy for her beloved father.
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    Promising Young Woman Is an Incendiary Revenge Movie With a Sugar-Sweet ShellCarey Mulligan is outrageously great as a Me Too vigilante in an unsettling first film from Emerald Fennell.
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    How The Assistant Became the First Movie to Grapple With Harvey WeinsteinDirector Kitty Green and star Julia Garner on making a movie about abuses in the film industry — and premiering it to a festival of their peers.
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    Miranda July Returns with What Might Be Her Best Film YetBefore Kajillionaire debuted at Sundance, it was tempting to think July’s style of filmmaking had gone out of … well, style.
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    There’s Nothing Funny About Julia Louis-Dreyfus’s Performance in DownhillThe remake of Force Majeure (starring the Veep actress alongside Will Ferrell) sounds like a fake movie. But it’s real, and genuinely unnerving.
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    Zola, a Stripper Saga Based on a 148-Tweet Thread, Premieres at SundanceAziah “Zola” King herself was on hand to introduce the film to a gently stoned audience in Utah.
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    The Assistant Is the First Great Movie About Me TooKitty Green’s film about a day in the life of a young woman at a Weinstein-like company is a spare, searing story of abuse and complicity.
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    Into the Deep Chronicles the Monstrousness of Danish Inventor Peter MadsenEmma Sullivan began filming her documentary one year before he murdered and dismembered journalist Kim Wall.
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    Olivia Wilde: Richard Jewell Controversy Changed the Way She Looks at RolesAfter the Sundance premiere of her Margaret Qualley-starring short film, the actress talks Booksmart, Greta Gerwig, and learning from Clint Eastwood.
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    The 17 Movies We’re Most Excited to See at Sundance Film FestivalIncluding a transatlantic thriller starring Jude Law, a family drama from Miranda July, and a portrait of up-and-coming performer Taylor Swift.
  22. time's up
    Oprah Steps Away From Russell Simmons Accuser Doc, Pulls It From Apple TV+“First and foremost, I want it to be known that I unequivocally believe and support the women.”
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    Sundance Film Festival Lineup Includes Indie Darling Taylor SwiftHer Miss Americana doc gets a prestigious opening-day premiere.
  24. movie review
    The Death of Dick Long Is a Delirious Symphony of StupiditySwiss Army Man co-director Daniel Scheinert returns to Sundance with a more modest effort that’s still plenty weird in its own right.
  25. sundance 2019
    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.
  26. crime
    Sundance Film Festival Co-Founder Sentenced to 6 Years in Child Sex Abuse CaseThe judge, though, hopes to have the sentence “longer.”
  27. movie review
    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.
  28. movies
    The Post-Film Real-Life Photo Slideshow Will Be the Death of MeThese “See? See?” credit sequences are a sign of bad faith in the power of cinema.
  29. crime
    Sundance Co-Founder Sterling Van Wagenen Charged With Child Sexual AbuseSterling Van Wagenen was accused of abusing a child between 2013 and 2015.
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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.”
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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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    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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    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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    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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    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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    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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    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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    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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    Native Son Breathes Life Into One of Literature’s Most Heartbreaking CharactersMoonlight’s Ashton Sanders is the graceful center of Rashid Johnson’s visually striking and stylized film of Richard Wright’s classic novel.
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    The Movie That Will Make You Want to Become a 1980s Pansexual Performance ArtistThis Is Not Berlin is a semi-autobiographical tale of life in Mexico City’s ‘80s queer art scene.
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    Behind Leaving Neverland, the Michael Jackson Documentary That Stunned SundanceDirector Dan Reed on why and how he explored Wade Robson and James Safechuck’s allegations that Jackson sexually abused them as children.
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    The Michael Jackson Documentary at Sundance Is Already Causing ControversyIn the documentary, two men recount allegations of child sexual abuse.
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    18 Movies We Can’t Wait to See at SundanceIncluding Mindy Kaling and Emma Thompson’s Late Night, Shia’s autobiographical Honey Boy, and Jake Gyllenhaal and Dan Gilroy’s Velvet Buzzsaw.
  47. pete davidson
    Pete Davidson Returns to Instagram to [Checks Notes] Promote His Sundance Movie“see you at sundance muthfuckas”
  48. sorry to bother you
    The Sorry to Bother You Cast Dishes on Their Group TextsGIFs, memes, baby pics — and horse dicks.
  49. The Women of Killing Eve Are Ready to Break Boundaries“I think the most exciting thing that’s happened is a sense of genuine empowerment.”
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    Faces of the 2018 Sundance Film FestivalVulture welcomed such guests as Tessa Thompson, Armie Hammer, Octavia Spencer, Jaden Smith, and Aubrey Plaza to our photo studio.
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