Sundance FIlm Festival

Sundance On The Weekend - Saturday

Jan 24, 2015

Coverage of the Sundance Film Festival continues over the weekend with KPCW's film savant Rick Brough. David D'Arcy, film critic r from Screen International and BBC, joins Rick today to talk film with new filmmakers.

Full podcast:

John Watts, director, Cop Car

Upcoming Local Screening

Jameson Elder stopped by The Local View during his Sundance Film Festival visit in Park City.

KPCW volunteer DJ Sara Wagner presents The Sundance Wrap - highlights from each day's Sundance Film Festival in-studio and on-the-street interviews. Lynn Ware Peek has more.

Erin Whiteley, Greg Whiteley and Ted Dintersmith stopped by the KPCW studios today and we trapped them for a super quick interview. They'll be back on Wednesday for a more in-depth interview on The Sundance Reel with Leslie Thatcher.

Local Screening Times

Cindy Kaiser

Hosts of This Green Earth, Chris Cherniak and Nell Larson, take over the interviewing duties of The Sundance Reel today, for an extended two-hour show.

The Sundance Reel, Hour 1

The Sundance Reel, Hour 2

Travis Harkness, Marketing Specialist for Whole Foods in Park City


Louie Psihoyos, director, Racing Extinction, U.S. Documentary Competition



David Dolby and Glenn Kiser stopped by the KPCW studios to talk about the new Dolby sound system donated to the Eccles Center in Park City by the Dolby Institute.


Jarom Rowland, music programmer for the Sundance Film Festival talks about the Music Café and other music offerings during the festival.

Darren Davis and Heinrich Dieters from Park City Municipal talk about the 'My Stop' app.

Chris Cherniak and Nell Larson from This Green Earth host a special two-hour edition of The Sundance Reel. The duo meet with filmmakers on a live remote at Whole Foods.

Andy Martin

John Cooper, Keri Putnam and founder Robert Redford took to the stage at the Egyptian Theater on Main Street to talk about change, festival panels, the future of the festival and the power of story.

The full conference is posted below.


With hordes of people descending on Park City for the first weekend of the Sundance Film Festival, Main Street becomes off limits for parking, and the city will increase the rates for paid parking. Leslie Thatcher has more.


KPCW's News Director Leslie Thatcher kicked off the Sundance Film Festival with co-host Producer Beth Fratkin, previewing what to expect this Sundance Film Festival season.


Before that Leslie Thatcher sat down with Sundance Programmer John Nein to discuss the panels during the festival.

The Sundance Reel


Allison Gollust, chief marketing officer and senior vice president of public relations, CNN