Wrapping Sundance - The 40,000 foot view

For those who’ve slept through Sundance and it’s 125 entries this year, or would rather the wheat be separated from the chaff, so to speak – check the winners list and then proceed at your leisure, from the executive summary material, to the day by day minutiae.

Karina Longworth offers three overlooked gems, and five films most likely to hit your local theater. Bonus: a video exit poll of moviegoers that had just watched Dakota Fanning in Hounddog, on whether the rape scene controversy was much ado about nothing. Keep in mind though, those Sundance cats are largely NPR listening flag-burners anyway

— A mixed bag it was, but the Sundance Channel on YouTube provided the most comprehensive video coverage within the festival, with over 80 selections to choose from. And Zoom In’s video dispatches were nothing to sneeze at either.

— Not enough? IndieWire set up camp for the duration of Sundance, and compiled over 90 interviews, reviews, and features.

— Finally, David Hudson’s tireless coverage of the coverage, over at GreenCine Daily. If you can’t find your Sundance news there, it never happened.

Posted by Ted Zee on January 31st 2007 | Home Page | 3 Comments Subscribe to this site's feed

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