WATCH: The top films coming out of Sundance this year
Over the years, Sundance has emerged as the schmooze-fest for the indie film world. But now Hollywood bigwigs have started crashing the party too, with every major studio being represented — and a host of A-list actors walking the red carpet.
If you couldn’t make it to this year’s schmoozefest, fear not…here’s a video wrap up of some of the top stories and most buzz-worthy films coming out of Park City.
First up, Robert Redford describes what makes Sundance different from some of the other festivals out there:
Directors Peter Jackson and Amy Berg were in town to talk about their new documentary, which takes a fresh look at the infamous “West Memphis Three” murder case. The film premiered at Sundance and — according to some who were at the screening — Jackson could be seen weeping during certain scenes. Check out the trailer for the film…
…then Watch Jackson and Berg describe why this film is so important to them:
On a much less serious note, comedians Tim Heidecker and Eric Wareheim premiered their film Tim and Eric’s Billion Dollar Movie…
…then explained why they were so disappointed to have their film shown at Sundance:
And finally check out this festival wrap-up from the Sundance Channel highlighting some of the other great films debuting in Park City this year:
What do you think…did you go to Sundance this year? What are the top films that you saw there? Let us know in the comments section below.