Sundance 2018

THREE IDENTICAL STRANGERS is a documentary about triplets separated at birth. It’s dramatic and delightful, until it becomes dark and disturbing... Barb Bretz has this week's Friday Film Review.

Leslie Thatcher and I interviewed director Tim Wardle on KPCW’s Sundance Reel. I’d screened the doc several days prior in a packed house of 500. We were unprepared for the depth of the story, which by the end, had us in tears…the sniffing...sobbing kind.

KPCW received a complaint about the Sundance Institute overselling one of its opening night shows by several hundred seats.  People lined up at the venue, tickets in hand, to see Blindspotting.  Most of the ticket holders were turned away more than an hour after curtain time.  Carolyn Murray has this:

Sundance Film Festival 2018 Brings Changes

Dec 25, 2017

Sundance 2018 is less than a month away and the organizers are happy with the improved ticketing system they’ve put in place this year. There’s also a new theater venue being added along with some programming changes.  Carolyn Murray has this:

The Sundance institute has released its line-up of films for the 2018 Festival in the Dramatic Competition, Premieres, and other programs. While there are a couple of films that acknowledge a controversial year under Donald Trump, the line-up comprises an array of social topics, character studies, and off-beat themes. Rick Brough has more.

The Sundance Institute is proposing a new movie theater venue in Park City for the 2018 Film Festival. The old Sports Authority space in the Holiday Village Center would become a 500-seat theater. The plan is going to City Council for their reaction at tomorrow's meeting. Rick Brough has more.