Discover the emerging talent from the Sundance Film Festival with these panels recorded in front of a live audience at the SundanceTV HQ in Park City, Utah.
Writer/actress Brit Marling and writer/director Mike Cahill discuss their movie Another Earth at the 2011 Sundance Film Festival.
Damien Echols spent 18 years behind bars for a murder he didn’t commit. That story has already been the subject of three documentaries and countless appeals, but director Amy Berg’s take on the story of the West Memphis Three goes further.
Celeste & Jesse Forever tells the story of one couple whose relationship is managing to outlive their divorce. It's a sweet story written by one of the film’s stars, Rashida Jones and her best friend/writing partner/actor/ex Will McCormack.
Musician Dave Grohl talks fronting a mission to resurrect the rapidly vanishing human touch behind the creation of music in his film Sound City.
Sundance Film Festival founder Robert Redford delivers his point of view on the state of the ever-evolving celebration of film.
Sebastián Silva won the World Cinema Dramatic Directing Award for this largely improvised comedy starring Michael Cera and Gaby Hoffmann about an American kid in Chile in search of the hallucinogenic San Pedro cactus.
The focus is placed on the legal priorities of filmmaking at Sundance Film Festival.
Sundance filmmakers known for the feature-length work discuss why they're embracing the short form.
A roundtable discussion on the most buzzed about TV today and how "popular" and "smart" are increasingly comfortable bedfellows.
Sundance documentary filmmakers discuss the portrayal of the lives and histories of African-Americans, which have been largely neglected in mainstream cinema until recently.