Sundance: Day 3 & 4, in Video

  • The Sundance Channel currently has over 30 short videos – directors profiles, interviews, and street scene dispatches from the Four Eyed Monsters duo on their YouTube page. Selections include a sit down with Gina Gershon and Steve Buscemi for paparazzi dramedy Delirious, and Jeffrey Blitz, director of high-schooling coming of age (in the vein of Thumbsucker) story, Rocket Science.
  • IFC News on director David Wain’s (Wet Hot American Summer, alum of Stella and The State) new comedy The Ten – comprised of ten stories based on The Ten Commandments. Cast includes Jessica Alba, Paul Rudd, Rob Corddry, plus (featured in video) Winona Ryder and Gretchen Mol. Also, from last year’s Sundance, Kirby Dick’s doc This Film Is Not Yet Rated belatedly spurns small concessions from the MPAA on their ratings considerations.
  • indieWire’s continuing iW Video segments:  Alternative programming at the Slamdance festival, a review of Weapons.
  • Zoom In interviews Tommy O’Haver about An American Crime, starring Catherine Keener.  Based on true events, Keener (in a role she was “scared to death” to play) as Gertrude Baniszewski – a mother who, with the aid of her own children and neighborhood kids – abused, tortured, and eventually murdered a teenage girl (played by Hard Candy’s Ellen Page).
Posted by Ted Zee on January 22nd 2007 | Home Page | 0 Comments Subscribe to this site's feed

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