75th Golden Globe Awards

John Cassavetes and Cybil lShepherd at the 34th Golden Globes, 1978
Ana Maria BahianaDecember 6, 2018

The Studio System has its last hurrah; social and cultural turmoil shakes the US and Europe, and a massive generation - the post-war Baby Boomers...

Ana Maria BahianaDecember 6, 2018

Launched in February of 1944 with an informal luncheon at 20th Century Fox Studios ( the winners received a scroll), the Golden Globes began...

Ted Sarandos
Luca CeladaJanuary 29, 2018

Netflix has been an increasing presence on the world festival circuit, presenting films in Venice (Beasts of No Nation) and Cannes (Okja) and...

Rupert Everett
Luca CeladaJanuary 29, 2018

Rupert Everett joined a prestigious cohort of first time directors at Sundance 2018 (also making their debut here among others Paul Dano and Idris...

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Peter Dinklage and Reed Morano
Luca CeladaJanuary 29, 2018

Among this year’s first-time directors at Sundance was long-time DP Reed Morano who joined a lineup made up of an unprecedented 38% female...

Tina Lifford, Elisabeth Serada, Cathy Schulman, Octavia Spencer, Sandra Oh
Luca CeladaJanuary 27, 2018

On January 20, the HFPA hosted the Women Breaking Barriers panel at the Sundance Film Festival in association with the Sundance Institute. HFPA...

2018 Sundance: Respect Rally, Sundance Brunch and Women's March
Ersi DanouJanuary 26, 2018

In an alternate universe, all filmmakers would happily dwell in a world like Sundance, removed from market pressures, a place where art precedes...

Kelly Macdonald in "Puzzle" (2018)
Luca CeladaJanuary 26, 2018

Marc Turtletaub is a veteran producer who's no stranger to Sundance having been here with films like Sunshine Cleaning, Our Idiot Brother, Safety...

Yannis Drakopoulos in "Pity" (2018)
Ersi DanouJanuary 24, 2018

“There are two kinds of pity,” said Babis Makridis the Greek director returning to Sundance for the second time. “The pity we feel towards someone...

Scene from "American Animals"
Gabriel LermanJanuary 21, 2018

In 2012 British filmmaker Bart Layton presented his documentary The Imposter at Sundance. It ended up winning a BAFTA Award for Outstanding Debut...