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Sundance continúa…



 A pesar de la fuerte nevada, se presentaron Cedar Rapids, Red State y Benavides

And the beat goes on… 


Where else but Sundance would you wait outside in a mini-blizzard for 45 minutes for a movie you don’t know anything about? Luckily it was the long-distance romance Like Crazy and it was good… even if your knees never warm up through the entire film. So many good movies – the charming Cedar Rapids from Miguel Arteta; Kevin Smith’s religious horror – and it is pretty damned horrific – Red State with all those creepy fundamentalist protesters; Benavides Born from Amy Wendel; Gavin Wiesen’s Homework

And then the family drama Another Happy Day – don’t you love it when they talk about how cool it is for a first time filmmaker to pull together a star-studded cast like Ellen Burstyn, Demi Moore, Kate Bosworth, Ellen Barkin, Thomas Hayden Church – but then it turns out that fledgling filmmaker is the son of Hollywood veteran Barry Levinson who probably grew up with all those names sitting around the dinner table. Good movie though, if a little long. But the best Sundance experiences are always in the unexpected moments. 


Documentary The Last Mountain, about the corporate-sponsored mountaintop mining that’s raping the Appalachian environment, hosted a fund-raiser featuring a rocking performance by KT Tunstall and a presentation by Robert Kennedy jr, Harry Belafonte and Robert Kennedy lll. There are always stars to meet here in Park City, but for me, hanging out with a Kennedy father and son? Pretty damned cool…


Es escritora, fotógrafa, cineasta y vive en Hollywood con su esposo y su traviesa cachorrita Airedale. Promete estar más activa en Twitter y espera que el guión que escribió con su hermano se convierta en película.

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