2019 sundance film festival Movie News sundance film festival By Kylie Hemmert ON November 28, 2018 2019 Sundance Film Festival announces programming with 112 features The nonprofit Sundance Institute has announced the showcase of new independent feature films selected across all categories for the 2019 Sundance Film Festival. The Festival hosts screenings in Park City, Salt Lake City and at Sundance Mountain Resort, from January 24 to February 3, 2019. The Sundance Film Festival is the Institute’s public program flagship alongside Festivals in London and Hong Kong and other screenings and events elsewhere throughout the year. Sundance Institute supports independent artists with year-round programs, with nearly $3 million in direct grants and 21 Labs and residencies for artists around the world working in film, theatre, New Frontier and episodic content. Robert Redford, President and Founder of Sundance Institute, said, “Society relies on storytellers. The choices … [Read more...] about 2019 Sundance Film Festival Announces Programming with 112 Features
Posted on Wednesday, November 28th, 2018 by Ben Pearson As we recover from Thanksgiving and prepare to head into the holiday season, the 2019 Sundance Film Festival is just a few weeks away. /Film will be on the ground in Park City, Utah in January to bring you coverage of all of the biggest and best in the world of independent film, including movies from filmmakers like , and many more. The festival runs from January 24– February 3, 2019. Below, read about the 10 notable movies we’re looking forward to, and see the full list of what’ll be playing at the festival. One of the exciting things about Sundance is that most of these films are brand new: no one has seen them yet, so we have no idea what to expect. We only have a synopsis, cast list, and maybe a photo to judge at this point. That can result in some duds when we’re picking out 10 movies that sound especially interesting – last year, I put The Catcher Was A Spy in this section and … [Read more...] about 2019 Sundance Film Festival Announces First Wave of Films; Here Are 10 We’re Looking Forward To
Updated 10:51 pm CST, Tuesday, November 20, 2018 Charger guard Nathan Ghavidel finds his three point range in the first half as Alamo Heights beats Champion in boys basketball at Champion High School on January 9, 2018 Charger guard Nathan Ghavidel finds his three point range in the first half as Alamo Heights beats Champion in boys basketball at Champion High School on January 9, 2018 Photo: Tom Reel, Staff / San Antonio Express-News Photo: Tom Reel, Staff / San Antonio Express-News Image 1 of / 1 Caption Close Image 1 of 1 Charger guard Nathan Ghavidel finds his three point range in the first half as Alamo Heights beats Champion in boys basketball at Champion High School on January 9, 2018 Charger guard Nathan Ghavidel finds his three point range in the first half as Alamo … [Read more...] about Basketball: Tuesday’s high school results
Any way you look at it, the midterms were terrible for President Donald Trump and Republicans. Put simply: three million more votes went to Democrats over the GOP. Dems haven’t picked up this many House seats since 1974. Republicans couldn’t flip one governorship from Democrats, while Dems took seven, including Kansas, New Mexico, and Wisconsin. California now has a veto-proof state legislature, and Orange County, the Reddest of Red in California, is entirely occupied by elected Democrats. It would be hard to argue that this “blue wave” came from leadership within the Democrat party, whether from Rep. Nancy Pelosi, Sen. Chuck Schumer, or DNC heads Tom Perez and Keith Ellison. This midterm result was nothing like what Rep. Newt Gingrich did in 1994, or RNC Chair Michael Steele pulled off in 2010. The midterms were all about Trump. Specifically, the … [Read more...] about Will Mitt Romney be the Cato Republicans Need to Challenge Trump’s Caesar?
A Series of Unfortunate Events Netflix tv news By Maggie Dela Paz ON November 13, 2018 A Series of Unfortunate Events sets premiere date for final season Netflix has set the release date for the upcoming third and final season of A Series of Unfortunate Events with video announcement featuring Lemony Snicket (Patrick Warburton) together with the eccentric Count Olaf (Neil Patrick Harris). The sworn enemies gave a quick recap of what happened in the previous two seasons. They both promised that all of the viewers’ questions will be answered in the last installment. Season 3 is scheduled to premiere on January 1, 2019 at Netflix. Check out the video below! Based on the internationally best-selling series of books by Lemony Snicket (aka Daniel Handler), season two of the Netflix original series plunges further into the epic world of this darkly comedic mystery. Executive produced by Emmy Award-winner Barry Sonnenfeld and Daniel Handler – the new season … [Read more...] about A Series of Unfortunate Events Sets Premiere Date for Final Season