Monthly Archives: January 2011
All of us here at Sundanceexperince are now home or on the way home. I’m at my boarding gate waiting to take off. Some quick thoughts before I depart.
Didn’t get to come to Utah for the festival? Did attend the Festival but was not able to watch all the films you wanted? You are in luck if you want to watch Documentaries and/or World Cinema Selections.
Even if you are not planning on going to a film screening at the Library Center Theater (which holds 478 seats) be sure to stop into the library.
I saw four films on Friday. The Flaw, The Bengali Detective, The Salesman, and The Ledge. Quick thoughts below.
I saw Resurrect Dead: The Mystery of the Toynbee Tiles, Family Portrait in Black and White, Life in a Day, and On the Ice. Very quick thoughts.
Due to some guy losing his wallet on the shuttle bus, I was late for my last film of the night, so today I watched 4.95 films today.
I watched three films on Tuesday. Got locked out of the wait list for Like Crazy, but for the three I did see.
If you make it to Sundance, no trip is complete without visiting the Java Cow, located at 402 Main Street in Park City, Utah.
Working directly with teens, I tend to try and see a few of the more mainstream films that would appeal to my demographic. So I found myself sitting in Eccles yesterday afternoon waiting for yet another entry into the coming … Continue reading
I was lucky enough to be in the crowd at the Prospector Theater last night to cheer on fellow Montrealer Denis Villeneuve whose film Incendies, Canada’s official entry for an Academy Award for best foreign-language film, was nominated. (Go Denis Go!)