Who doesn’t love “Jackie Brown” and “The Bourne Supremacy”?
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What movies will you be clamoring to see from this year’s Sundance Film Festival? We’ve got 10 favorites of critics and fans (like “Whiplash” and “Dear White People”—many of which have already secured distribution—to satisfy whatever you’re into, from comedy to documentary, thriller to romance.
From former “SNL” stars Jenny Slate, Kristen Wiig and Bill Hader to the Oscar-nominated Tilda Swinton, Mark Ruffalo, Michael Fassbender, Maggie Gyllenhaal and John Lithgow, the 2014 Sundance Festival was jam-packed with big stars.
If you’re up for some risky filmmaking, some sexy exploration, some truly terrifying territory… well, look no further than these dark 2014 Sundance Film Festival highlights, including Australian psychological horror “The Babadook,” real-life Palestinian-Israeli spy story “The Green Prince” and sex and murder in the French thriller “Stranger by the Lake.”
More than 20 movies were sold at this year’s Sundance Film Festival. The selections were from a variety of categories—documentary, drama, comedy, horror, and some hybrids of the above. Here are some of our favorite highlights, including “Cooties” and “The Skeleton Twins.”
With the 2014 Sundance Film Festival kicking off tonight, the quality of this year’s lineup will gradually emerge in our daily coverage. However, for buyers at the festival, the question is less about the quality of various movies and more about their marketability. While the festival runs ten days, only a handful of movies in the main lineup have generated serious interest for distributors at this early stage. Here’s a look at ten contenders.