“I hope this film also creates a new idea in Hollywood which is to say that black and brown people can exist in narratives like magical realism, and they can tell all sorts of stories and talk about old ideas in new ways,” Thompson said.
The 25-year-old Londoner makes a Sundance splash as Hamlet opposite Daisy Ridley as the titular character in “Ophelia.”
The comedian and YouTuber came to the festival to premiere and sell her “anti-Goop” comedic docuseries, temporarily titled “Franchesca.”
Aussie Mitchell and Argentinian Morrone play out-of-work BFFs in Augustine Frizzell’s female buddy comedy, “Never Goin’ Back.”
The “Transparent” starlet and Columbia freshman had two supporting roles in Sundance hits “Eighth Grade” and “Private Lives.”
Director Robert Rodriguez’s muse and star of the upcoming blockbuster “Alita” shows her drama chops in Sundance entry “Kindergarten Teacher.”
The star of Elba’s directorial debut, “Yardie,” is poised to break out beyond the indie sphere.
The British filmmaker and former model tells the designer’s complex story in “Westwood: Punk, Icon, Activist,” which premiered at Sundance.
Building on the success of last weekend’s “49 Remarkable Women + One Really Cool Dude” event, Creative Playground and Chef Dance are planning a male-oriented one near Father’s Day.
The stars returned to their indie roots and shared on fame, loneliness and mortality, while the fest spawned a breakout star, Ben Dickey.
Elle and Dakota Fanning, Maggie and Jake Gyllenhaal, Suki and Immy Waterhouse were among those in Utah for the film fest and Respect Rally.
These buzzy indies star Kristen Stewart, Daisy Ridley, Chloë Grace Moretz, Suki Waterhouse, Tessa Thompson, Rose Byrne and Robert Pattinson.