Sundance Film Festival

Sundance Film Festival
12:28 pm
Fri January 17, 2014

The Sundance Reel - Friday, January 17, 2014

L-R: David Foox, Producer, and Valerie Veatch, Director from the film 'Love Child'

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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Guest Lineup
12:00 pm
Fri January 17, 2014

Sundance on the Weekend Preview: January 18, 2014

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

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Short Film
1:17 am
Fri January 17, 2014

3 Question Interviews Debuts - Part 2

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.

1:05 am
Fri January 17, 2014

3 Question Interviews Debuts

Lead in text: 
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.
My "3 question interview" with Janicza Bravo, director of the short film "Gregory Go Boom." Big fan of hers after talking with her...such a fun and interesting woman!
Redfor Opens Fest
3:43 pm
Thu January 16, 2014

Redford Celebrates 30 Years Of Sundance

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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