Friday, February 01, 2008


A recap.

Everyone at the Sundance Film Festival this year agreed: It’s no easy task to tell a good story. There’s always reason to complain about the annual Park City gathering for growing commercialized, overpartied or just too damn cold—but the recent spate of rants focused on the movies. While the documentary categories gleamed with calculated topicality and observant portraiture, quality among the narrative features was sparse. Fortunately, a relatively barren creative landscape left ample room for several contemplative works to blossom as heralded discoveries, and only a few remain in the chilly festival void without theatrical distribution.

Read the rest of the recap in New York Press...

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