Sundance FIlm Festival

As part of its 20th anniversary, the Slamdance Film Festival is inviting filmgoers to the Treasure Mountain Inn at the top of Main Street. One of the documentaries, Waiting For Mamu, is about a woman's effort to address the plight of children in Nepal. Rick Brough has more.

CNN's show 'Reliable Sources' and its host Brian Stelter know when it comes to getting the scoop on Sundance, KPCW's own Rick Brough is the man. Rick appears at 2:14 in.

The Sundance Reel - January 20, 2014

Jan 20, 2014

Leslie Thatcher celebrates Martin Luther King Jr Day with Katie Eldridge and a bevy of Sundance filmmakers.

  The Battered Bastards of Baseball. Park City Screenings

  • 1/20/2014 5:30 pm. The MARC, Park City
  • 1/21/2014 8:30 pm. Library Center Theatre, Park City
  • 1/22/2014 6:30 pm. Redstone Cinema 1, Park City
  • 1/25/2014 10:00 pm. Holiday Village Cinema 4, Park City

  Whiplash. Park City Screenings

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Leslie Thatcher and guest host Jill Orschel take to the mic to interview documentarians and feature filmmakers who are already getting buzz.

Sundance on the Weekend - January 19, 2014

Jan 19, 2014

All The Beautiful Things, We Are The Giant, Cold In July, The Foxy Merkins, Low Down, Hellion and Ivory Tower.

Sundance on the Weekend, hosted by KPCW's Rick Brough  and joined by Stacy Dymalski.

8:00 - 9:00 AM

9:00 - 10:00 AM

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All the Beautiful Things

The Green Prince, Mitt, To Be Takei and Web Junkie on today's Sundance coverage.

Rick Brough  comes back to host his ever popular weekend show all about the Sundance Film Festival. Today, he's joined by David D'Arcy.

8:00 to 9:00 AM

9:00 to 10:00 AM

  The Green Prince - Park City Screenings

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On the second day of Sundance on the Weekend, host Rick Brough  is joined by

8:00 - 9:00 AM

  • John Harkrider, Director. All The Beautiful Things, US Documentary Competition.
  • Greg Barker, Director. We Are The Giant, Documentary Premiere.
  • Jim Mickle, Director. Cold in July. US Dramatic Competition.
  • John Cooper

9:00 - 10:00 AM

Randy Barton keeps it local on The Local View, but there's still some Sundance bling shining through.

Former Park City TV host Patrick Lovell comes to the studio to talk about his film (not in the festival), "Forward 13: Waking Up The American Dream".

With the Sundance Institute entering its 30th year of operating Park City independent-film festival, founder Robert Redford marked the occasion by talking about some of the filmmakers they've been able to introduce to the world, and about adapting to changes in movie making. Rick Brough has more.

As the Sundance Film Festival celebrates its 30th year, the team who produces the festival and all of the other programs of the Sundance Institute say sticking to the original mission has brought success and opportunity to take risks. KPCW's Leslie Thatcher has more.

Love Child, E-Team, Return to Homs and Whitey.

KPCW's News Director Leslie Thatcher turns her attention to the Sundance Film Festival for the next week, with interviews of documentary and festure filmmakers. Joined by KPCW Producer Beth Fratkin for today's show.

  Love Child - Park City Screenings

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Rick Brough  comes back to host his ever popular weekend show all about the Sundance Film Festival. Today, he's joined by David Dorsey.

8:00 to 9:00 AM

  • Bob Barney, Producer
  • Anne Tompson and David Carr, Film Critics
  • Nadav Schirman, Director The Green Prince plus Mosab and Gonan, principles in story. World Documentary

9:00 to 10:00 AM

We let our unpaid intern Corrie Gustman loose on the Sundance Film Festival with a media pass and three questions. Here's what she did on Day 1.

We let our unpaid intern Corrie Gustman loose on the Sundance Film Festival with a media pass and three questions. Here's what she did on Day 1.

As usual, Robert Redford opened the Sundance Film Festival with a Thursday press conference in Main Street's Egyptian Theater. But this year, the conversation also noted the snub Redford ogt from Oscar - not receiving a Best Actor nomination for the seas survival story All Is Lost.

Redford said he wasn't upset, but he said inaction by the film's distributor likely led to the film's weak Oscar showing. Rick Brough has more.

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