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Sundance’s Programming Director on This Year’s Big Buyers’ Market
John Cooper talks about the distribution-less lineup.
The Best Films at Sundance This Year
Vulture caught nearly all the big buzz titles: Here’s what you should plan on seeing.
’s Big Win, and Other Highlights From the Sundance Awards Ceremony
’How to Die in Oregon’ scored.
We Have the Sundance Promos the Festival Nixed at the Last Minute
These four videos were approved, shot, and edited … and then rejected a week before the fest for being “too edgy.”
Ed Helms Is Surprised People Like the
A “stickler for realism,” he didn’t like the meta gag of a ‘Wire’ alum referencing Omar.
Ed Helms, Ben Foster, Kate Bosworth, and More in Vulture’s Sundance Photo Album
See the stars in all their winterwear!
Why Phife Dawg Broke Down at the Premiere of A Tribe Called Quest’s New Doc
“I just wish they were all here to witness how much love you guys showed this movie.”
My Idiot Brother
Becomes Sundance’s Big Buy
The Paul Rudd comedy is going to the Weinstein Company.
Premiered at Sundance, and Vulture Was There
With protest signs galore.
Is Sundance Hit
Paramount just bought it for $4 million. Here’s our take.
, Miranda July Confronts Mortality and Delivers Something Timeless
Thus far, it’s the best film of the Sundance Film Festival.
James Franco’s Homage to
Draws a Crowd
Also, he wears a blond wig.
The Sadistic Pleasures of
Hobo With a Shotgun
Flamethrowers on a school bus!
How a Sundance Multimedia Exhibit Nearly Made a Blogger Rob a Bank
“Lock yourself inside the stall. For the things you will have to do, you need to be unobserved.”