Sundance Film Festival

In 'Extremely Wicked, Shockingly Evil and Vile', It's Too Easy to Forget Ted Bundy Was a Monster

The film's fixation on Bundy's charm overshadows his horrific crimes

'Jawline' Documentary Follows The Fleeting Fame Of Teenage Social Media Success

At the age of 16, Austyn Tester wanted to escape his boring life in rural Tennessee — so he downloaded an app and hit record

'Hala' Director Minhal Baig On Making A Movie For First Generation Muslim-Americans

The Sundance darling — acquired by Apple — captures an experience rarely told on-screen

How 'Native Son' Uses Horror to Confront Racial Inequality and White Guilt

Rashid Johnson's 2019 adaptation of Richard Wright's classic novel is an eerie update with a terrifying twist

Serial Killer Zac Efron And 15 Other Sundance Movies To Have On Your Radar

This year's Sundance Film Festival offers up serial killers, zombies, social media stars, Pete Davidson, and more

Sundance Diary, Day 3: Every Californian Has A Cold

Walkouts during Flying Lotus's 'Kuso.' Brittany Snow in 'Bushwick.' Cate Blanchett's 'Manifesto.'

‘Happy Sad Confused’: A Very Sundance Episode

Woody Harrelson, Jack Black, Melanie Lynskey, and Elijah Wood chat with Josh Horowitz

Sundance Diary, Day 2: 'Landline', 'Bitch', And The Goddess Salma Hayek

Plus: A march as fun and full of loud women as the hundreds of others around the world — but with its own Sundance frills

Sundance Diary, Day 1: Inconvenient Truths On Inauguration Day

In case it wasn't clear, this is a war

'Sing Street' And The Wonderful Happy-Sad Feeling Of Coming Of Age

"Sing Street" is the most charming movie at Sundance, and it will make you feel like you're falling in love all over again.

This Virtual Reality Experience Shows Police Brutality From Both Sides

"Perspective; Chapter 2: The Misdemeanor" is a virtual reality project that let's you experience police brutality from four sides.