From Chris Nolan to Quentin Tarantino and every Coen brother in between, many of today's most popular directors got their start at the Sundance Film Festival. Here's a list of some of the biggest names to go from Sundance to Hollywood prominence.
A historical television series that focuses on the impact of the Underground Railroad during the 19th century, "Underground" offers viewers a message of social progress that's just as relevant in 2017.
Logan Lerman, Elle Fanning, Michelle Monaghan, Blake Jenner, and director Shawn Christensen describe the characters behind this Sundance drama, which follows the challenges of love and life among twentysomethings.
Margot Robbie, Sebastian Stan, and Allison Janney visited the IMDb Studio at the Visa Infinite Lounge in Toronto to discuss how the Tonya Harding biopic will help change opinions about the embattled former figure skater and the controversy that surrounded her.
'I, Tonya' star Margot Robbie reveals how figure skater Tonya Harding reacted to the big-screen adaptation of her life story, and director Craig Gillespie explains some of the physical challenges of filming a realistic figure skating movie.
Writer and Boston Marathon Bombing survivor Jeff Bauman reveals some of his initial casting preferences for the movie he inspired, and Jake Gyllenhaal, Tatiana Maslany, and Miranda Richardson discuss why they were eager to be involved in the project.
Director David Gordon Green explains why he sought out real medical professionals to round out the cast of 'Stronger,' and Jake Gyllenhaal talks about the director's technique to getting the best of their performances in front of the camera.
From the IMDb Studio at the Visa Infinity Lounge at the Toronto International Film Festival, Sverrir Gudnason receives his 2017 IMDb STARmeter Award as a Breakout Star of 'Borg/McEnroe,' where he plays the enigmatic tennis legend Björn Borg.
From the IMDb Studio at the Visa Infinity Lounge at the Toronto International Film Festival, Tatiana Maslana receives her 2017 IMDb STARmeter Award as a Fan Favorite for her work in "Orphan Black," 'Stronger,' and more.
Director Greta Gerwig explains how her own life informed the perspective of her new movie, while Laurie Metcalf and Pulitzer Prize recipient Tracy Letts reveal why they were excited to participate in the film.