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Sundance Film Festival
KPCW heralds the return of the Sundance Film Festival to Park City in 2015 with new interviews, stories and social media posts.Sundance stories from throughout the year appear on this page as well, and we'll have a fresh version of our brochure of tips and TP, Where the Bathrooms Ar?e. (See last year's brochure here.)2015 Sundance Film FestivalThursday, January 22 - Sunday, February 1, 2015Townie Tuesday - Tuesday, January 27, 2015Best of Fest - Monday, February 2, 2015KPCW's coverage will include:0000017b-652b-d50a-a3ff-f7efaf290000The Sundance Reel, featuring KPCW News Director paired with local co-hosts.Thursday & Friday, January 22 &23, then Monday -Friday, January 26-30 from 9 to 10 AM.The Sundance Reel meets with directors, producers, screenwriters and festival organizers to give an in-depth perspective on films during this year's festival.~0000017b-652b-d50a-a3ff-f7efaf2a0000Sundance on the Weekend, featuring Rick Brough and local co-hosts.Saturday, January 24 and Sundance, January 25 from 8 to 10 AM.The fun continues with pop culture savant Rick Brough and his movie-savvy co-hosts. Quirky films, returning directors and reviving careers find their way on this show.Press Agents:To request an interview on one of KPCW's shows, contact producer Beth Fratkin.CONTACT BETH~0000017b-652b-d50a-a3ff-f7efaf2b0000Sky Wellness Collection~0000017b-652b-d50a-a3ff-f7efaf2c00002015 Sundance Film Festival

The Sundance Reel - January 29, 2015


Today on The Sundance Reel, Leslie Thatcher invites KPCW film and book reviewer Barb Bretz to talk movies. Barb has taken on the unenviable goal of watching 35 films this festival and has already knocked out 25. That averages more than four films a day, but keeps them straight by reviewing each one immediately on her blog.

Full podcast here:

Bonus Interview:

Before starting The Reel this morning, Leslie Thatcher brought filmmaker Kirsten Magwood with A$$ets: Exploring the Bottom Line, a documentary exploring race, class and gender through a historical and humorous look at the rise of the ass (butt, or booty) in popular culture.

Local News Hour, January 29, 2015 Kirsten Magwood of A$ets: Exploring The Bottom Line

Individual Interviews:



Geralyn Dreyfous, co-founder of Impact Partners, which is committed to financing independent cinema that addresses pressing social issues.


The Sundance Reel, January 29, 2015 Geralyn Dreyfous co-founder of Impact Partners
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Screenshot from 'City of Gold'


Laura Gabbert, director, Jonathan Gold, subject of City Of Gold, U.S. Documentary Competition

Upcoming Local Screenings

  • Friday 1/30 6:00 PM at Redstone Cinema 7
  • Saturday 1/31 3:00 PM at Egyptian Theatre


The Sundance Reel, January 29, 2015 Laura Gabbert & Jonathan Gold of City Of Gold
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Screenshot from 'Best of Enemies'


Morgan Neville, Robert Gordon, directors, Best Of Enemies, U.S. Documentary Competition

Upcoming Local Screening

  • Saturday 1/31 2:30 PM at The MARC


The Sundance Reel, January 29, 2015 Morgan Neville, Robert Gordon of Best Of Enemies
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Screenshot of The Amina Project


Sandra Bagaria, protagonist, The Amina Project, World Cinema Documentary Competition

Upcoming Local Screenings

  • Thursday 1/29 3:00 PM at Temple Theatre
  • Friday 1/30 12:00 PM at Egyptian Theatre


The Sundance Reel, January 29, 2015 Sandra Bagaria of The Amina Project

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