2013 Sundance Film Festival

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Hot on the heels of yesterday’s massive announcement of programming picks for the 2013 Sundance Film Festival, the fest has rolled out yet another listing of titles that will screen in Park City in January, including the Spotlight, Park City at Midnight, and New Frontiers sections. While Sundance usually plays host to new films premiering for the first time, the fest’s Spotlight section is comprised of films that have screened elsewhere, in service to being “a tribute to the cinema we love.” Park City at Midnight is a frisky spin on Midnight films, as it’s made up of more than just horror flicks, but movies that “defy any genre.” Sundance’s ever-expanding New Frontiers section continues to both push and explore boundaries, with films and “experiences” that center on artistic convergence of all sorts. Some of the most eye-catching of these programming picks include Jeff Nichols’ Mud (Nichols makes his return to Sundance after the success of his 2011 entry, Take Shelter), Pablo Larraín‘s No, Ben Wheatley‘s Sightseers (yes!), Sarah Polley‘s Stories We Tell (the actress and director’s first documentary, which we’ve covered quite often already), everyone’s S-VHS (that’s another big “yes!”), and Jim Mickle‘s English-language remake of We Are What We Are (you know, the family-o-cannibals movie). Programming for the feature-length films in the Premieres and Documentary Premieres sections, along with picks for the Short Film section, will be announced soon. Check out the just-announced list of film selections (with cast lists and synopses!), including the Spotlight, Park City at […]

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