Hilary Hart, who annually holds down the late-night shift at the Egyptian at Sundance, offers interviews with fellow workers at the festival.
Tom Shepard revisits the overachieving, hyper-ambitious world of science-obsessed high school seniors in his new film, Whiz Kids.
About as far from the ever-increasing corporatization of popular music as you can get is the annual dose from the Noise Pop Festival.
Yun Suh's film City of Borders documents group dynamics and conflict through the doors of a Jerusalem's only gay bar: a locale where anyone can, "come, be themselves, and be accepted."
Those attracted to the new film CSNY: Deja Vu simply expecting an opportunity to recall the old days might be in for a surprise.
The longtime Bay Area resident, who recently relocated to Brooklyn, screens Woodward's Gardens in the shorts program "In A Lonely Place: New Experimental Cinema."
Cachao: Uno Mas documents acclaimed bassist and cuban music innovator Israel "Cachao" Lopez's work and San Francisco concert at Bimbo's
This festival is home to an array of talent that promotes Indians in roles other than that of Indians, in movies other than westerns.
The director of The Business of Strangers talks about his second feature, starring Robin Williams.