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Can film festivals survive a pandemic world for another year?

As film festivals try to work around a pandemic, can they survive another year of this?

‘Miseducation of Cameron Post’ wins top prize at Sundance 2018

Chloe Grace Moretz film The Miseducation of Cameron Post took one of the top prizes at the 2018 Sundance Film Festival awards followed by Kailash, Of Fathers and Sons and Butterflies.

Sundance 2018 Day 9: ‘Long Dumb Road,’ ‘America to Me,’ Spike Lee’s ‘Pass Over’

It's the winding down of the 2018 Sundance Film Festival and Day 9 kept it light with Jason Mantzoukas Long Dumb Road and got a little intense with Spike Lee's Pass Over and America to Me.

Sundance 2018 Day 8: ‘We the Animals,’ ‘On Her Shoulders’ and distribs grumbling

Day 8 at the 2018 Sundance Film Festival had distributors frustrated and grumbling that there just wasn't enough films for them to pick up even though it was one of their better lineups covering a wide range of topics. When Sundance remembers why it began, studios complain but audiences have been very happy with their choices.

Andrea Riseborough talks Hollywood sexism, Mother Sucker and four films at Sundance

English actress Andrea Riseborough talks about the four films she's featured in at the 2018 Sundance Film Festival, sexism in the movie industry and her female led production company Mother Sucker.

Sundance 2018 Day 7: National Lampoon, ‘Monsters and Men,’ ‘American Animals’ hit

Day 7 of the 2018 Sundance Film Festival saw National Lampoon getting a wonderful biopic starring Joel McHale and Emmy Rossum with A Futile and Stupid Gesture while the NYPD gets another look with Monsters and Men.

Tim Wardle talks ‘Three Identical Strangers,’ family and nature versus nurture

Director Tim Wardle talks about his documentary film Three Identical Strangers that features triplets, Robert Shafran, Eddy Galland and David Kellman who were separated at birth in a very twisty conspiracy thriller type story. He discusses family, identity and the idea of nature versus nurture.

Sundance 2018 Day 6: Robert Pattinson’s ‘Damsel,’ Hal Ashby doc, ‘Quiet Heroes’

Day 6 of the 2018 Sundance Film Festival brings some wonderful films like the Hal Ashby documentary, Hal, Quiet Heroes, a somber look at the AIDS/HIV crisis, Of Fathers and Sons and Robert Pattinson's Damsel.

Álvaro Gago’s ‘Matria’ wins 2018 Sundance Film Festival Shorts Jury Prize

The 2018 Sundance Film Festival has announced their shorts awards which included director/screenwriter Álvaro Gago's Matria along with Hair Wolf, The Trader and Emergency. Full list of winners included.

Sundance 2018: Aneesh Chaganty ‘Search’ wins Alfred P. Sloan feature film prize

2018 Sundance Film Festival announces Search as the winner of the Alfred P. Sloan Foundation feature film prize along with all grants given to artists.

Wash Westmoreland talks ‘Colette,’ Keira Knightley and female empowerment

Filmmaker Wash Westmoreland discusses his latest film Colette which had a very successful premiere at the 2018 Sundance Film Festival, working with Keira Knightley and the female empowerment movement like #MeToo and Time's Up.

Sundance 2018 Day 5: Chloë Moretz Conversion Therapy, ‘Ophelia’ and ‘Dark Money’

2018 Sundance Film Festival Day highlights include the must see Chloë Grace Moretz film The Miseducation of Cameron Post, Dark Money, Ophelia and the highly anticipated music documentary Matangi / Maya / M.I.A.

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