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16 Jan. 2017
Sophisticated Sundance Synonyms by Kevin Smith
Kevin Smith shares some useful words and phrases to help moviegoers sound smart when discussing the latest independent film selections from Sundance Film Festival 2017.
 
17 Jan. 2017
Famous Directors: From Sundance to Prominence
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.
 
18 Jan. 2017
Kevin Smith's Sundance Stories
Kevin Smith shares how he launched his career at the Sundance Film Festival, from his meteoric rise with 'Clerks' to his return to glory with 'Chasing Amy.'
 
19 Jan. 2017
Interpretive Sun-Dance: Kevin Smith's Guide to Sundance 2017
Through the art of interpretive dance, Kevin Smith provides synopses for some of Sundance's buzziest films.
 
20 Jan. 2017
Kristen Stewart Opens Up About Being a Director
Kristen Stewart drops by the IMDb Studio at Sundance to chat with Kevin Smith on the experience of directing her first movie, 'Come Swim.'
 
20 Jan. 2017
Kristen Stewart Explains 'Come Swim'
Kristen Stewart explains to Kevin Smith the inspiration behind her new film, 'Come Swim.'
 
20 Jan. 2017
Teresa Palmer on 'Berlin Syndrome': 'It's Intense'
Teresa Palmer talks to Kevin Smith about her latest film, the emotional and intense 'Berlin Syndrome.'
 
20 Jan. 2017
Teresa Palmer Dishes on Kissing Daniel Radcliffe
Can you imagine having to be Harry Potter's first kiss? Teresa Palmer explains just how much pressure she felt from Daniel Radcliffe's fans.
 
20 Jan. 2017
'Before I Fall': When 'Donnie Darko' Meets 'Mean Girls'
Zoey Deutch, Medalion Rahimi, Cynthy Wu, Jennifer Beals, and Ry Russo-Young chat with Kevin Smith about their angsty teen drama-mystery, screening at the 2017 Sundance Film Festival.
 
20 Jan. 2017
Life Bites in Dark Comedy 'Bitch'
Jaime King, Jason Ritter, and filmmaker Marianna Palka share the provocative story of a woman whose life is so bad she mentally becomes a dog.
 
20 Jan. 2017
Elijah Wood's Journey from Blockbusters to Indie Films
'I Don't Feel at Home in This World Anymore' stars Elijah Wood and Melanie Lynskey discuss how their experience on Peter Jackson films has prepared them for director Macon Blair's latest work.
 
20 Jan. 2017
'The Little Hours' Director Jeff Baena Talks Challenges of Filming Overseas
'The Little Hours' was filmed in scenic Tuscany, Italy, which provided a beautiful backdrop but also a challenge for production.
 
21 Jan. 2017
Period Drama "Underground" Relevant for Modern Audiences
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.
 
21 Jan. 2017
Father-Son Trip Takes Wild Turn in 'Walking Out'
Matt Bomer, Josh Wiggins, Bill Pullman, and directors Alex and Andrew Smith discuss how 'Walking Out' is a generational father-and-son tale.
 
21 Jan. 2017
Dave Bautista Goes from Wrestling Ring to Big Screen
Former professional wrestling star Dave Bautista explains how performing in front of a wrestling audience couldn't be further from acting in a feature film.
 
21 Jan. 2017
'Bushwick' Explores Texan Invasion of Brooklyn
'Bushwick' star Dave Bautista and directors Cary Murnion and Jonathan Millott discuss their unconventional film and how they broke away from the normal cinema to share a crazy concept.
 
21 Jan. 2017
Personal Connections in 'To the Bone'
Lily Collins, Keanu Reeves, Carrie Preston, and director Marti Noxon discuss their personal connections to the characters of their Sundance film.
 
21 Jan. 2017
'Patti Cake$': Straight Out of Jersey
Director Geremy Jasper and stars Danielle Macdonald, Bridget Everett, and Cathy Moriarty discuss their Sundance-buzzy film, which follows the story of an unlikely aspiring rapper from New Jersey.
 
22 Jan. 2017
What's Up with "I Love Dick"?
Stars Kevin Bacon, Griffin Dunne, Kathryn Hahn, and Lily Mojekwu help explain the story behind Amazon Studios' latest series, which follows a married couple's obsession with a professor.
 
22 Jan. 2017
"I Love Dick" Star Griffin Dunne Remembers Carrie Fisher
Griffin Dunne reflects on his lifelong friendship with Carrie Fisher and how recent events would have heartened her.
 
22 Jan. 2017
'Hot Winter' Is a Robbins Family Affair
Director Jack Henry Robbins and his father, producer Tim Robbins, have collaborated for quite some time before his most recent Sundance offering.
 
22 Jan. 2017
Meet the Stars of 'Wind River'
Director Taylor Sheridan and stars Elizabeth Olsen and Jeremy Renner discuss their buzzworthy thriller set on a Native American reservation.
 
22 Jan. 2017
Elizabeth Olsen and Jeremy Renner Love Making Indie Films
'Wind River' stars Elizabeth Olsen and Jeremy Renner appreciate the opportunity to work on blockbusters, but they value the experience of smaller films.
 
21 Jan. 2017
Sundance Recap: Day 2 Trends
IMDb Founder and CEO Col Needham, Editor Arno Kazarian, and Kevin Smith take to Facebook Live to discuss the trending the movies and stars at the Sundance 2017.
 
22 Jan. 2017
'The Hero' Was Made for Hollywood Icons
Director Brett Haley wrote his latest film, 'The Hero,' specifically for legendary actors Sam Elliott and Katharine Ross.
 
22 Jan. 2017
'Golden Exits' Takes It Down a Notch
Director Alex Ross Perry and star Adam Horowitz explain how their indie drama set in Brooklyn came together.
 
22 Jan. 2017
Nick Offerman's Gross Kiss with Sandra Bullock
During his time on "George Lopez," Nick Offerman locked lips with Sandra Bullock, and things quickly got out of hand. Get the full story.
 
22 Jan. 2017
Sundance Celebrities' First On-Screen Kisses
Zoey Deutch, Sam Elliot, Teresa Palmer, Kevin Bacon, and more share their hilarious (and usually awkward) first on-screen kiss stories.
 
22 Jan. 2017
Sundance Recap: Day 3 Trends
IMDb Founder and CEO Col Needham, Editor Arno Kazarian, and Kevin Smith take to Facebook Live to discuss the trending the movies and stars at the Sundance 2017.
 
23 Jan. 2017
'Beatriz at Dinner' Too Good to Resist
Salma Hayek, John Lithgow, Connie Britton, and Amy Landecker discuss the power and allure of director Miguel Arteta's script and the importance of anniversaries.
 
23 Jan. 2017
'Brigsby Bear' Star Saves the Day
Michaela Watkins, Kyle Mooney, and Jorge Lendeborg Jr. help summarize the meaning of this offbeat drama about a children's TV show, though it takes a team effort to do so.
 
23 Jan. 2017
'Sidney Hall' Cast Get Into Character
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.
 
23 Jan. 2017
'Marjorie Prime' Goes from Stage to Screen
Jon Hamm, Geena Davis, Lois Smith, Tim Robbins, and director Michael Almereyda provide the backstory for this film adaptation of Jordan Harrison's play.
 
23 Jan. 2017
Tim Robbins on the Power of 'Shawshank Redemption'
'Marjorie Prime' star Tim Robbins reflects on the enduring popularity of 'Shawshank Redemption' with filmgoers across the globe.
 
23 Jan. 2017
Zoe Lister-Jones Brings Music to Marriage in 'Band Aid'
Actor-writer-director Zoe Lister-Jones explains the premise behind her Sundance comedy where a couple turns their fights into songs in order to save their marriage.
 
23 Jan. 2017
'Landline' Loves the '90s
Director Gillian Robespierre along with Jenny Slate, Edie Falco, and Abby Quinn reveal why their Manhattan-based comedy could only be set decades ago.
 
23 Jan. 2017
Peter Dinklage and Cast Remember 'Rememory'
Peter Dinklage, Julia Ormond, Martin Donovan, and director Mark Palansky share the story of their sci-fi mystery, which focuses on the ability to record and play a person's memory.
 
23 Jan. 2017
'The Last Word' Cast on Working with Shirley MacLaine
Anne Heche, Thomas Sadoski, AnnJewel Lee Dixon, and director Mark Pellington share what it was like to work with film legend Shirley MacLaine.
 
23 Jan. 2017
Shirley MacLaine Reflects on a Life in Movies
'The Last Word' star Shirley MacLaine discusses how her latest film project is a natural extension of her legendary screen career.
 
23 Jan. 2017
'Rebel in the Rye' Demystifies J.D Salinger
Director Danny Strong, Nicholas Hoult, and Zoey Deutch explore the life and legacy of one of literature's most enigmatic authors.
 
23 Jan. 2017
Sundance Stars' Coldest Shoots
Elizabeth Olsen, Tim Robbins, and more reveal how frigid conditions can make any job seem less glamorous.
 
23 Jan. 2017
Sundance Celebs' Strangest Auditions
Elle Fanning, Elijah Wood, and more share stories of their most awkward and embarrassing auditions.
 
23 Jan. 2017
What Sundance Stars Would Do If They Weren't Acting
Jon Hamm, Salma Hayek, and more reveal what careers they would have gone had if they hadn't found success in entertainment.
 
20 Jan. 2017
'The Little Hours': Sex-Romp of 14th Century Nuns
The vibrant cast of comedic actors discuss their film about a convent of nuns who take in a runaway (Dave Franco) only to have things quickly move from the spiritual to the lascivious.
 
8 Sep. 2017
Will 'I, Tonya' Change Opinions About Tonya Harding's Figure Skating Scandal?
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.
 
8 Sep. 2017
Tonya Harding's Reaction to Margot Robbie in 'I, Tonya'
'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.
 
8 Sep. 2017
Boston Bombing Survivor Jeff Bauman's Surprising Casting Choices for 'Stronger'
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.
 
8 Sep. 2017
Why Jake Gyllenhaal, 'Stronger' Director Cast Real Hospital Staff Over Actors
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.
 
8 Sep. 2017
Shia LeBeouf Born to Play 'Borg/McEnroe' Role
Sverrir Gudnason (Bjorn Borg) and director Janus Metz talk about how 'Borg/McEnroe' mirrors real life, specifically Shia LaBeouf's portrayal of the temperamental but talented John McEnroe.
 
8 Sep. 2017
Sverrir Gudnason Wins IMDb STARmeter Breakout Star Award
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.
 
8 Sep. 2017
Tatiana Maslany Wins IMDb STARmeter Fan Favorite Award
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.
 
8 Sep. 2017
Charlie Hunnam and 'Papillon' Director on Why Film Is More Relevant Than Ever
Charlie Hunnam and director Michael Noer explain why their new drama is more than just a simple retelling of the 1973 film and how they were motivated to bring new contours to a well-known story.
 
8 Sep. 2017
Armie Hammer's Uncomfortably Memorable Parts in 'Call Me by Your Name'
Armie Hammer, Timothée Chalamet, and director Luca Guadagnino recall some of the more memorable wardrobe and dance moments from the set of their romantic drama set in 1980s Italy.
 
8 Sep. 2017
Does Art Imitate Life in Greta Gerwig's 'Lady Bird'?
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.
 
9 Sep. 2017
Why Morgan Spurlock Picked Chicken in 'Super Size Me 2'
Documentary filmmaker Morgan Spurlock reveals why he chose chicken as his focus for'Super Size Me 2: Holy Chicken!,' the follow-up to his critically acclaimed 'Super Size Me' (2004).
 
9 Sep. 2017
Ed Harris and Director Mark Raso Talk Intense Scenes on 'Kodachrome'
Ed Harris and director Mark Raso discuss how the cast balanced the energy on the set after filming intense scenes during 'Kodachrome.'