“Ninety Percent of Our Film Takes Place In One Location” | Greg Jardin, It’s What’s Inside

Greg Jardin on the set of It's What's Inside

Films are made of and from places: the locations they are filmed in, the settings they are meant to evoke, the geographies where they are imagined and worked on. What place tells its own story about your film, whether a particularly…  Read more

By Jan 31, 2024

In Full Frame: Director Rose Troche and Sundance Institute’s John Nein on Restoring the Lesbian Classic Go Fish

Go Fish

“It’s very much like having a kid out there in the world doing its own thing,” said writer/director Rose Troche last month as she was finishing the restoration of her debut feature Go Fish, which screened as part of Sundance’s…  Read more

By Jan 27, 2024

Sundance Film Festival 2024 Announces Awards

One man in a green shirt and his two daughters are laughingIn the Summers

The Sundance Film Festival has announced the awards for this year’s edition. The list follows below, with links to our coverage of the films in question as available: GRAND JURY PRIZES The U.S. Grand Jury Prize: Dramatic was presented to…  Read more

By Jan 26, 2024

Sundance 2024: Devo, War Game, Girls State

A diverse group of high school girls take a group selfie.Girls State, courtesy of Sundance Institute

First you get radicalized, then you get professionalized—a familiar trajectory Chris Smith’s Devo retells in a familiar idiom. After sitting down with dour conspiracy theorist Michael Ruppert for 2009’s Collapse, the American Movie director didn’t make a feature for eight years.…  Read more

By Jan 25, 2024

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