Jonas Rivera and Pete Docter (INSIDE OUT) at the 2016 Academy AwardsRead More
At Sundance, where it was one of the Opening Night films, the cast and crew of The Bronze sat down for a group interview with The Hollywood Reporter to discuss the raucous comedy about an over-the-hill Olympic gymnast, co-written by and starring The Big Bang Theory's Melissa Rauch. Check out the interview below.
At the Sundance Film Festival, Dr. Philip Zimbardo and director Kyle Patrick Alvarez sat down to discuss the former's psychological experiments, which served as the basis for Alvarez's film, The Stanford Prison Experiment. 1n 1971, Zimbardo embarked on a study of power dynamics as he assigned 24 male Stanford undergraduates to the role of either prisoner or guard, with absolute power given to the enforcers, resulting in a very violent and tense experiment. Check out the video below to learn more from the pair.
At The Keeping Room's world premiere at the Toronto International Film Festival, Brit Marling (I Origins, Arbitrage) spoke about what attracted her to the Black List topping script, written by Julia Hart. Check out the video clip below to get some insight into this feminist-tinged, survivalist Civil War drama.
Check out this great video interview with the creators behind our Opening Night film, The End of The Tour, sponsored by Cape Air/Nantucket Airlines. At Sundance, Variety spoke to director James Ponsoldt (The Spectacular Now, NFF '13), screenwriter Donald Marguiles, and star Jason Segel about the process behind bring the story of David Foster Wallace and Jeff Lipsky to life. Get excited for June 24!