Happening this weekend is one of the hottest parties in the film industry. The Sundance Film Festival has become synonymous with independent films. Founded in 1978 by group of film industry innovators that included film legend, demigod Robert Redford, the event has turned into one of the largest of it’s kind in the world where tens of thousands of directors, actors, pundits and gawkers descend on the tiny ski village of Park City not just to snow board (some do ski) and party, but to actually watch some pretty decent films.
- The Bravest, The Boldest – “When two Army Officers arrive in Harlem, the grim purpose of their visit is turned upside down by life in the projects.”
- Dear White People – “A satire about being a black face in a very white place.”
- A Girl Walks Home Alone at Night – “An Iranian feature film starring a Vampire, a Prostitute, a Drug Addict, and the Persian James Dean…” (I’ve gotta see this one)
- Dead Snow: Red vs. Dead aka Dead Snow 2
- Private Violence
- Life Itself – “Building a community for Roger Ebert fans who want to be among the first to see the new film.”
Each one of these films hit their funding goal on Indiegogo making it possible to show up at Sundance. Team Indiegogo is there in force holding a bevy of events.
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