A new Sundance video blog! Talking the wild, Lynchian Escape from Tomorrow, which was shot entirely at Disneyworld (and without permission).
Why not? We’ll find out the winners at 7p MT. For now, I’m guessing and if I get any right, I can brag! But minimal bragging.
US Dramatic Grand Jury: Fruitvale
US Dramatic Audience Award: The Spectacular Now
US Dramatic Directing: John Krokidas for Kill Your Darlings
US Documentary Grand Jury: Blackfish
US Documentary Audience Award: Twenty Feet from Stardom
US Documentary Directing: The Team of 99%: The Occupy Wall Street Collaborative Film
World Dramatic Grand Jury: Circles
World Dramatic Audience Award: What They Don’t Talk About When They Talk About Love
World Dramatic Directing: Sean Ellis for Metro Manila
World Documentary Grand Jury: Fire in Blood
World Documentary Audience Award: The Summit
World Documentary Directing: Nick Ryan for The Summit
Best of Next: Escape from Tomorrow
Waldo Salt Screenwriting Award: Toy’s House
Operation Kino 98: The Sundance Film Festival And The End Of Fringe
This week on Operation Kino, we’re throwing out the usual format for plenty of reasons— none of the week’s new releases screened in time for us to see them, David is off recovering from surgery, and Katey and Patches are still (yes, still) at the Sundance Film Festival, where nightmares like Hansel & Gretel: Witch Hunters can’t hurt them. So we’re devoting most of this week’s show to Sundance, discussing the festival with special guest Brian Moylan, and then tossing in a bonus tidbit from Da7e as he talks about the series finale of Fringe.
Amazingly, Ashton Kutcher’s Steve Jobs biopic is not the worst thing ever!
One is hilarious, one gave me 18 fucking panic attacks.
New video blog from Sundance! I’m wearing a cat hat!
Saw this at midnight and had a blast. Ridiculous.
The follow-up to Before Sunrise and Before Sunset solidifies the series as the ultimate love story.
Blue Caprice scared the shit out of me. It needed to.
Third video blog with Katey Rich of CinemaBlend.
Like we needed one.
Daniel Radcliffe is brilliant in the Sundance premiere Kill Your Darlings. Here’s my enthusiastic review!