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On the Menu at Sundance: Jonathan Gold Talks City of Gold

The food critic explains why he agreed to make this film and says “anonymity was sort of a dead concept anyway”

Sundance 2014: The Final Tally

An Indonesian film offers a bit of the old ultra-violence, a documentary about rural Missouri wins hearts, and a British actor does a brilliant job playing a reformed L.A. gangster

Sundance 2014: Aaron Paul’s New Role, A Notorious South Korean Court Case & More Films from the First Weekend

From a slow-burn French thriller and a notorious South Korean court case to Aaron Paul’s latest role and a 3D retelling of Madame Butterfly, here are six buzzworthy films from the 2014 Sundance Film Festival

Sundance’s Westward Gaze: 9 Festival Films With L.A. Links

From the waning bohemia of 1970s Hollywood to reformed gangsters, here are the most buzzworthy L.A. films at this years mega-film fest.

Sundance Comes to L.A.: 5 Must-See Flicks This Weekend at NEXT WEEKEND

Don't worry if you can't make it to Park City; Park City is coming to you. The Sundance Institute will debut its first Los Angeles mini-festival this weekend.

Beasts of the Southern Wild Now Back in Theaters

After earning four Oscar nominations, Benh Zeitlin’s powerhouse indie drama Beasts of the Southern Wild will be storming its way back into theaters starting today.

Sundance Film Festival 2013: Your L.A. Connection

Right now and for the next week, the capital of Utah is Park City. The 2013 Sundance Film Festival, which kicks off with a gala premiere tonight, takes over the rustic town and popular ski destination for the next 11 days.