Photographed by: Natalie Simpson
Winner of this year’s Grand Jury prize in the World Cinema, Dramatic, category, Tarik Saleh’s The Nile Hilton Incident is a wonderfully tense homage to mid-century noir and an incisive reflection upon this particular story’s time: January 2011, the turning point in Egypt of what’s come to be known as the Arab Spring. Nile Hilton‘s […]
Remember that awkward party where you just didn’t fit in?
If you answered “no,” maybe you need to get out more.
If you answered “yes,” you can relate to Beatriz.
Director Amanda Kernell’s debut feature, Sámi Blood, based on her grandmother’s life, offers audiences a story about identity and persecution, an education on a culture rarely seen on American screens (Frozen doesn’t count) and an excellent performance by a talented young actress. Lene Cecilia Sparrok as Elle-Marja in Sámi Blood, an official selection of the Spotlight program […]
A few years ago, while traveling in Tokyo, I couldn’t miss the massive banners around the city, filled with the grinning faces of pigtailed teenage girls and bearing the obscure text “AKB48.” I finally learned the meaning of this logo one evening, wandering around the Akihabara neighborhood (abbreviated as AKB), the capital of otaku (often […]
Panic Button Media and Nuzzles & Co. teamed up Wednesday to give Sundance staffers a boost during the Festival and help Nuzzles & Co. further their mission to find homes for animals in need. Nuzzles & Co shuttled an array of adorable and adoptable dogs to Miners Hospital to play and interact with Sundance staff […]
Don’t let the A-lister sightings and selfies in front of the Egyptain Theatre on Instagram trick you into thinking Sundance is the only film festival in Park City right now. Slamdance is here, too. If you plan to hike one minute up Main Street from the Egyptian to Treasure Mountain Inn for the event, consider […]
This should have been easy. Assemble a heavenly comedy cast, place them all in a 14th century nunnery, then let them act like your more embarrassing Facebook friends and watch the cash roll in. So let’s see… we’ve got Alison Brie, Kate Micucci, Aubrey Plaza and Molly Shannon as emotionally unstable nuns, Fred Armisen and […]
It’s 1940’s London, when air raid sirens go off too often, too many boys go off to war never to return, and women going off to work is expected, but not appreciated. Into that man’s world walks Catrin Cole (Gemma Arterton) who flaunts the convention of the day by only living with her artistic beau […]
Stuart Graves enjoys day four of Sundance 2017. Instagram: @gravesstuart | @slmag #SLMSundance | #StuartSelfie | #Sundance2017