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The New Romantic Male Lead Is a Hapless Wimp

There’s a new man in town at Sundance—and he sure is a nebbish

Wow, the New Anne Hathaway Movie Is Bad (and More Barstool Banter from Sundance)

Some of the best (and worst) of what we've seen in Park City so far
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Could a New Bruce Lee Doc Kick ‘Once Upon a Time in Hollywood’ Off Its Oscars Perch?

After Sundance, Tarantino's controversial portrayal of the kung fu legend may be fresh in some Oscar voters' minds
Kamasi Washington Film As Told to G/D Theyself

Kamasi Washington’s Debut Film Premiered at Sundance and Now It’s Streaming Online

The musician assembled a new creative collective with film-world talent

The Trailer for Nate Parker’s Birth of a Nation Dropped Today

The film was purchased for a record-breaking $17.5 million out of Sundance

7 Films From Sundance That You Shouldn’t Miss

This year’s best films gave voices to too-often silenced groups

Birth of a Nation Just Broke Sundance

Filmmaker Nate Parker’s feature debut was sold in the biggest Sundance deal ever

The Cinematic Poetry of Sundance Winner Kahlil Joseph Heads to MoCA

The filmmaker’s newest—a love letter to Compton—is set to the music of Kendrick Lamar

6 Indie Film Must-Sees From Sundance

2015 is shaping up to be a smorgasbord of indie cinema. Here are six films to keep an eye out for