Updates from a busy third day of Sundance.
My film Pioneer premiered last night. As you can see from the pictures, I was, in fact, there. Any suspense over whether or not I would gain admittance to my own screening can now be laid to rest.
The director is a small, bug-eating gnome. Between 25-35 years old, caucasian male with a bearded face.
My Sundance to do list: Arrive, replace toiletries thrown away by the TSA, watch non-California-based filmmakers sample oxygen bar with air of giddy why-notism.
It is kind of hard to imagine that I only arrived in Park City at 7 PM Thursday. Something about seeing 7 feature films makes a day seem much too epic to have lasted merely 24 hours. But it was a tremendously satisfying day, to be sure, and I have already seen several films that […]
Dee Rees’ debut feature film Pariah demonstrates an insightful give and take of love and need, anger and forgiveness, anguish and growth in the life of a gay black teenage girl in Brooklyn.
First screening of Incident by a Bank. Sold out and ticket scalpers outside the theater even though the screening took place far from Park City in an Jewish Temple!!!
Why Sundance forced me to go back on my vow never to fly Southwest Airlines, my happiest moment of 1/20/11, courtesy of Patton Oswalt, and why the PARTY WILL NOT BE COOL.
When the best Swedish filmmakers arrived in Park City, the main question facing them was: To ski or to Entourage?
Looks like my suitcase is full with just my jacket, guess I’ll make room for the drugs in my body.