Sundance features

  • Features

    Hits out of the Park


    How have the Sundance hits of the past few years fared at the global box office?

  • Features

    Winter's throne


    As the pre-eminent showcase of independent film-making, the Sundance Film Festival (Jan 19-29) always sets the scene for the year ahead. Jeremy Kay talks to festival chiefs John Cooper and Trevor Groth about this year’s selection and its highlights.

  • Simon Killer

    Sundance 2012: key premieres


    Screen profiles the hottest films across US Dramatic Competition, Documentary Competition, Premieres, World Cinema Competition and World Documentary Competition.

  • Features

    Sundance's boom year


    With more than $30m shelled out in minimum guarantees and countless more committed to p a spends, one week into Sundance the festival was on a roll unlike any it had seen in years. Jeremy Kay analyses the deals and the market.

  • Features

    Teddy Leifer


    UK producer Teddy Leifer has two films at Sundance, Steve James’ The Interrupters and Ian Palmer’s Knuckle.

  • Features

    Snow business


    Will Sundance 2011 (Jan 20-30) build on the momentum of last year? Festival chief John Cooper tells Jeremy Kay why he believes the line-up is impressive and how he is working with Berlin to take some titles global.

  • Hesher

    Robust Sundance raises spirits


    It is being hailed as the best Sundance in years by North American buyers and sellers, but what does it mean for the international market going into this month’s EFM in Berlin (Feb 11-21)? Jeremy Kay reports

  • Holy Rollers

    Buzz nation


    Which films will generate heat in Utah’s mountain cool? Jeremy Kay picks a selection of titles from across the festival

  • Me Too

    World cinema


    Look out for new films from  Taika Cohen and Chris Morris

  • Lucky

    The documentaries


    The war in Afghanistan - and Joan Rivers - provide rich subject matter for a series of eye-catching docs premiering at Sundance