Friday, January 17, 2014

Sundance Days

It has started. I wished I was rich to buy a ticket, fly to Utah and just watch a bunch of films for days.
Here's the press conference.

Keira Knightley is in every scene in the film.
It is the first film Lynn directs without writing it.
Read an interview from Women and Hollywood featuring Lynn Shelton.

A promising film with a promising role for KStew.
Camp X-Ray.
A soldier assigned to Guantanamo Bay befriends a man who has been imprisoned there for eight years. (x)

Miles Teller opens the show with another hit - he is IT.
I hear the film brings this epic final scene.
Intense film and good reviews are showing up.

The Green Prince.
Here's a quick read from here -
""The Green Prince," which premiered at Sundance on Friday night, is poised to become this year's "Searching for Sugar Man." While the film's subject, about a Palestinian son of a Hamas leader who became a spy for Israeli's Shin Bet security service, sounds closer to another 2012 documentary hit "The Gatekeepers," the new movie is far more humanistic than its political logline suggests."

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