Sundance Film Festival

Julie Delpy Apologizes for Minimizing Black People's Marginalization in Hollywood

“I’m very sorry for how I expressed myself.”

Nate Parker: 'Resistance Lives in the Air in This Current Moment'

The director, producer, writer and lead actor for ”The Birth of a Nation” describes contemporary activism and his quest to release Sundance’s most-anticipated film in a story from The Hollywood Reporter. 

New Nina Simone Film Will Be Available on Netflix This Summer

Mark your calendars.

Jordan Davis' Parents Talk About Film '3 1/2 Minutes' at Sundance

It’s already causing a buzz.

Why It's Important for White Audiences to See Black Films

Kelley L. Carter reports from the very white Sundance Film Festival in Utah.

Watch the Trailer for Stanley Nelson's New Documentary on the Black Panthers

The film premieres at Sundance this week.

Sundance, With a Little Color

Seven films we’re excited about in this year’s festival

'Dear White People' and 'Drunktown's Finest' to Screen at Sundance

Among the 118 feature-length films that will be shown at this year’s festival are two that we’re especially excited about.

Oscar Grant Film 'Fruitvale' Gets Official Release Date


“Fruitvale,” written and directed by first-time filmmaker Ryan Coogler will be released on October 18th.