January 31, 2019 — Winners of the 2019 Sundance Film Festival jury prizes in short filmmaking were announced by Sundance Institute at a ceremony in Park City, Utah. The Short Film Grand Jury Prize, awarded to one film in the program of 73 shorts selected from 9,443 submissions, went
January 29, 2019 — Steven Soderbergh embodies the independent spirit. The proof is in the filmmaker's work, which reaches back to 1985 with his documentary of the prog rock band Yes to award-winning 1989 Sundance Film Festival drama, "Sex, Lies, and Videotape" up to his newest film, "High Flying
January 29, 2019 — In the early to mid 1900s, Sonja Henie was at the top of her game. The Hollywood film star and accomplished ice skater from Norway thrived in the spotlight, but she struggled as she lost her fame. Her story is told in the Sundance film “Sonja – The White Swan,” directed by Anne Sewitsky.
January 28, 2019 — N. Scott Momaday, a Kiowa writer and the first Native American to win the Pulitzer Prize for Fiction, is nothing if not a voice. Distinctive, poetic and authoritative both on the page and aloud, Momaday is widely credited with translating Kiowa lore into literature, and
January 26, 2019 — Film documentarians and their artist subjects must each have an assured reliance on the other if their resultant collaboration is to have meaning. Well, no worries here when it comes to filmmaker Timothy Greenfield-Sanders and his longtime friend and the subject of his fourth Sundance
January 26, 2019 — The film “TIGERLAND,” an entry in the U.S. Documentary competition for the Sundance Film Festival, tells the story of two men from different parts of the world who are, or were, dedicated to saving tigers.