After 10 days and 128 feature films, the 2020 Sundance Film Festival has named its feature award winners.
Sundance Panel explored how artists can reshape politics through role-playing, live music and discussion
The panel examined the possibilities of what it would look like if artists found themselves at the forefront of the population’s political and civil lives.
Impact Nuts (and Bolts): Marketing, Movement Building, and Meaningful Representation didn't go quite as planned.
Bonfire ignites imaginations for the future at Sundance.
"Coded Bias," a Sundance documentary that explores a major flaw in artificial intelligence, should be mandatory viewing, Jay Meehan writes.
When filmmaker Heather Young heard she won the 2020 Slamdance Narrative Feature Grand Jury Prize Thursday night for her film “Murmur” she burst out with an “Oh, wow!” Those words resonated with the audience that...
Winners of the 2020 Sundance Film Festival jury prizes in short filmmaking were announced Tuesday at a ceremony in Park City.
Michael Almereyda’s Sundance Film “Tesla” electrifies Alfred P. Sloan Foundation jury to garner the 2020 top grant
These activities are part of the Sundance Institute Science-In-Film Initiative, which is made possible by a grant from the Alfred P. Sloan Foundation.
The Sundance Film Festival on Thursday wants to fire up the crowd as the closing weekend approaches with a first-ever bonfire.
Singer-songwriter ZZ Ward is coming to the ASCAP Music Cafe on Jan. 30-31.
Women in the film and TV industry find balance with personal lives and their careers.
"Influence" is a documentary by South African journalists that chronicles the downfall of a global reputation management firm after embarking on what turned out to be a deadly, racially charged public relations campaign.
The Sundance documentary issues a bone-chilling warning about the intentionally addictive nature of the social media tools that are being used to amass reams of personal data.
The film tells the story of Will, a person who has lived his life and now finds himself with the task of deciding which of five souls gets the privilege of being born.
"Feels Good Man," premiering at Sundance tonight, sheds light on Pepe the frog's creator as he fights to take back his creation from the very worst of the internet.
"Aggie" is the story of how a philanthropist turned one mid-century painting into a $100 million fund to combat mass incarceration and why she decided to do so.
Andy Siara began writing the movie a month or two following his wedding, using his own special day of nuptials as inspiration.
Sundance film ‘Into the Deep’ shows submarine inventor’s acolytes grappling with revelation he brutally murdered woman
“Into the Deep” chronicles the effects of the 2017 murder of a journalist aboard a homemade submarine off the coast of Copenhagen by the submarine’s inventor and pilot. The filmmaker had set out to paint a portrait of the celebrity inventor, but after the murder, focused instead on those in the man’s orbit who suffered as a result of his actions.
Marine combat veteran Jon Hancock faced his PTSD by walking 6,000 miles across the United States.
'The Penny Black' has rare stamps, Russian Mafia and detective work in a captivating documentary.