Sundance Film Festival
Our most-talked-about stories in Visual Art, Design & Architecture, Fashion & Style, and Performing Arts, January 14- 18, 2013:ART — In the ongoing debate of the impact of money and art, Ben Davis emphasized three “hard...
“Once you’ve flown the nest, return at your peril” is the message encoded in the title of “Hello I Must Be Going,” a mild but affecting Sundance-screened rom com from the husband-and-wife team of director Todd Louiso and writer Sarah Koskoff. As in Louiso’s...
Craig Zobel’s grungy and claustrophobic docudrama “Compliance,” the most harrowing American film of the year so far, explores the degree to which people will collude in the persecution of a vulnerable party when ordered to do so by a voice of authority. The...
Although it cost a fraction of the budget of "The Curious Case of Benjamin Button," the Sundance entry “Beasts of the Southern Wild” may be the most evocative movie yet to have depicted the wrath of Hurricane Katrina. Rapturously greeted, the magical-realist...
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