When a film becomes a hit at the Sundance Film Festival, it often generates a ton of online buzz and gets folks in the industry talking. But it doesn't always lead to the movie actually, you know, coming out in theaters so the rest of the world can see it. Sometimes deals just don't get done and even when they do, it can often be a year or more before a Sundance hit finally shows up in your local Cineplex. And by then, the buzz is long gone, forgotten by even the most hardcore indie fan.
But not "The Kings of Summer." Because the breakout sensation from this year's Sundance Film Festival is already en route to theaters and thanks to Slash Film, we have the first teaser trailer right here to prove it. Get More »
Indie director Randall Moore has pulled off one of the boldest feats of guerrilla cinema in recent memory, as CNN is reporting that his breakout Sundance sensation "Escape From Tomorrow" was filmed entirely at Disneyland and Walt Disney World — without Disney's knowledge or permission.
Good thing those guys at Disney don't have the resources to pursue legal action, huh? Get More »
For many, independent film is synonymous with movies that deal with depressing subject matter Hollywood is too timid to tackle. And given the Sundance Film Festival's stature as the world's most important independent film festival, those same people probably see the annual Park City event as one where only sad works come to nest. Get More »
As a member of both Nirvana and The Foo Fighters, Dave Grohl is unquestionably one of the most iconic figures in modern rock music. But he's also no stranger to Hollywood, having appeared in several TV shows and movies (see: "The Muppets" and "Tenacious D and the Pick of Destiny"), not to mention some of the coolest music videos ever produced.
And now he's combining those passions in the first trailer for his directorial debut, "Sound City." Get More »