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Jan 22nd 2011

Sundance Review: Abraxas

For my first film I of the fest I caught the World Dramatic Competition film Abraxas. The story of a modern day monk and his struggles of bringing music back into his life while still staying true and honoring his religion. Read More

Jan 21st 2011

Sundance Review: Kaboom

Greg Araki apologists and new wave post-post punk fans (of which I am one) will be behooved to spend a music-video-quick 85 minutes checking in on Kaboom. Read More

Jan 20th 2011

On 30th anniversary of Sundance fest Redford eschews 'commercialism' talks 'shoestring'

Note to my mom: Yes, he is better-looking in person. He was wearing a green flannel (three button on the cuffs - sweet), blue jeans, boots, a skull cap and black-framed specs. He tolerated the press, even those lobbing thinly veiled accusations he/his fest has sold-out/become too commercial. He underscored the importance of the fest not straying far (at all) from its roots 30 years ago and 40 miles away on his home mountain Sundance. He was funny, self-effacing and admitted he'll die before he retires. Read More

Jan 18th 2011

How to get your photo in SLmag during Sundance

If you were one of the 3,250 guests at Ogden's German Hof Winterfest or Condi Rice and the Muir Quartet's concert at Stein Eriksen Lodge last weekend, you might be in one of our online People galleries. Read More

Jan 14th 2011

More Sundance Scene News

The Village at the Yard- Gone. T-Mobile Cafe- Gone. The Lift- Gone. MySpace Cafe- Gone. The big players in the gifting lounge and party scene during the Sundance Film Festival will redshirt this one. In their stead, the Samsung Galaxy Tab Lift on lower Main Street becomes the title sponsor. Under their banner, Tao will throw a bunch of ESPN parties, Sephora's Studio will gift and pamper and Stella Artois' Cafe will feed the elite. Read More


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