Sundance Film Festival

Max Mara


Elizabeth Debicki Discusses Women’s Empowerment

The Australian actress attended the Max Mara show on Thursday and emphasized the “positive” changes taking place in Hollywood.

clock February 21, 2019Luisa Zargani

Benedetta Barzini


Sundance 2019: The Reluctant Filming of Benedetta Barzini

One of the top Italian models in the Sixties, the now extremely camera-shy Barzini agreed to a documentary about her life with one director only: her son.

clock February 1, 2019Leigh Nordstrom

Kara Hayward and Liana Liberato


Sundance 2019: Kara Hayward and Liana Liberato in Black and White

The two actresses star in Martha Stephens’ stylized film “To the Stars.”

clock February 1, 2019Kristen Tauer

A scene from "Halston."


Sundance 2019: ‘Halston’ Brings to Life the Late Designer’s Legacy

Frédéric Tcheng, who directed the 2014 doc “Dior and I,” is behind the project, which sold at the festival to The Orchard.

clock February 1, 2019Leigh Nordstrom

Shia LaBeouf, Rashid Johnson, Mindy Kaling and Nisha Ganatra


On the Scene at Sundance 2019

Dispatch from Park City, Utah, where the celebs have descended for the annual film festival.

clock January 29, 2019Leigh Nordstrom and Kristen Tauer

Gucci Chime for Change Mural in London


Gucci Unveils Chime for Change’s Latest Projects

These include the launch of a global campaign created by artists MP5, a short movie and a zine.

clock January 28, 2019Alessandra Turra

Kyra Sedgwick and Kevin Bacon


Sundance Film Festival: Creative Coalition Advocacy Awards Gala Touts Importance of Arts Education

Josh Gad, Anna Chlumsky, Kyra Sedgwick, Kevin Bacon, Alfre Woodard, Tom Skerritt and more attended the dinner gala at Sundance.

clock January 27, 2019Kristen Tauer


Chloë Grace Moretz, Sasha Lane Attend Screening of ‘The Miseducation of Cameron Post’

The film touches on the severe consequences of minors going through gay conversion therapy.

clock August 2, 2018Layla Ilchi

Boots Riley and Tessa Thompson


Tessa Thompson, Lakeith Stanfield, Armie Hammer Bring ‘Sorry to Bother You’ to Brooklyn

“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.

clock June 21, 2018Layla Ilchi

Sundance Film Festival 2018 George MacKay


Sundance’s Sweet Prince: George MacKay of ‘Ophelia’

The 25-year-old Londoner makes a Sundance splash as Hamlet opposite Daisy Ridley as the titular character in “Ophelia.”

clock January 26, 2018Jenny Sundel

Sundance Film Festival 2018 Franchesca Ramsey


YouTuber Franchesca Ramsey Breaks Out at Sundance 2018

The comedian and YouTuber came to the festival to premiere and sell her “anti-Goop” comedic docuseries, temporarily titled “Franchesca.”

clock January 26, 2018Jenny Sundel

Sundance Film Festival 2018 Camila Morrone and Maia Mitchell


Sundance 2018 Five Minutes With: Camila Morrone and Maia Mitchell

Aussie Mitchell and Argentinian Morrone play out-of-work BFFs in Augustine Frizzell’s female buddy comedy, “Never Goin’ Back.”

clock January 26, 2018Jenny Sundel

Sundance Film Festival 2018 Emily Robinson


‘Transparent’ Starlet Emily Robinson Does Double Duty at Sundance

The “Transparent” starlet and Columbia freshman had two supporting roles in Sundance hits “Eighth Grade” and “Private Lives.”

clock January 26, 2018Marcy Medina

Rosa Salazar Sundance Film Festival 2018


Sundance Starlet Rosa Salazar Goes Blockbuster as ‘Alita: Battle Angel’

Director Robert Rodriguez’s muse and star of the upcoming blockbuster “Alita” shows her drama chops in Sundance entry “Kindergarten Teacher.”

clock January 26, 2018Jenny Sundel

Sundance Film Festival 2018 Aml Ameen


Sundance Breakout Star Aml Ameen Is Idris Elba’s Leading Man

The star of Elba’s directorial debut, “Yardie,” is poised to break out beyond the indie sphere.

clock January 26, 2018Jenny Sundel

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clock May 18, 2019Luisa Zargani

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