2007 SUNDANCE FILM FESTIVAL SECOND WEEKEND WRAP-UP

The 2007 Sundance Film Festival is officially over, but the Film Threat coverage continues. If you’ve lost track, or you need a refresher prior to the remaining coverage, we’ve compiled all the reviews, interviews, videos and blogs we’ve completed thus far for your reading pleasure…

FILM REVIEWS
All the films we’ve seen so far are linked below, so if you’re thinking of catching a screening later on this week, check here first.

Opening Night Feature
Chicago 10

Salt Lake City Gala Feature
Away From Her

Documentary Competition Features
Banished
Crazy Love
Everything’s Cool
Ghosts of Abu Ghraib
Hear and Now
My Kid Could Paint That
Nanking
Protagonist
War/Dance

Dramatic Competition Features
Adrift in Manhattan
Broken English
Four Sheets to the Wind
The Good Life
Grace is Gone
Hounddog
Joshua
Never Forever
On the Road with Judas
Padre Nuestro
The Pool
Rocket Science
Snow Angels
Teeth
Weapons

World Documentary Competition Features
Acidente
Comrades in Dreams
Crossing the Line
Hot House
In the Shadow of the Moon
Joe Strummer: The Future is Unwritten
Manufactured Landscapes
The Monastery: Mr. Vig and the Nun
A Very British Gangster
Welcome Europa

World Dramatic Competition Features
Blame It on Fidel
Buried Dreams
Drained
Ghosts
The Island
The Legacy
Noise
Once

Premieres
An American Crime
Away From Her
Black Snake Moan
Chapter 27
Chicago 10
King of California
The Nines
Resurrecting the Champ
The Savages
Son of Rambow
Trade

Spectrum
Bugmaster
Dark Matter
Dedication
Delirious
The Devil Came on Horseback
Fay Grim
The Go-Getter
If I’d Known I Was a Genius
Interview
Reprise
The Unforeseen
Waitress
Wonders Are Many

Midnight
Smiley Face

Shorts
A Nick in Time
Black and White Trypps Number Three
Bomb
Conversion
Cubs
Dad
The Dawn Chorus
Death to the Tinman
Der Ostwind
Destiny Manifesto
Duct Tape and Cover
God Provides
The Grass Grows Green
Happiness
I Want to Be a Pilot
Infinite Delay
Interview
Light Work I
Little Farm
Magnetic Poles
Make a Wish
Move Me
One Rat Short
To Whom It May Concern
The Tragic Story of Nling
Trout
Windowbreaker

Special Screenings
Autism Every Day
Flying: Confessions of a Free Woman

New Frontier
Offscreen
Slipstream
Strange Culture
Zidane: A 21st Century Portrait

VIDEO REPORTS
Team Film Threat discusses each day amid other lunacy in the Film Threat Video Reports from Sundance 2007.

2007 Sundance: Morning Report (01/20/07)
2007 Sundance: Morning Report (01/21/07)
2007 Sundance: Lunch with Rotten Tomatoes
2007 Sundance: Jeff Goldsmith’s “Zoo” Review
2007 Sundance: Morning Report (01/22/07)
2007 Sundance: “A Very British” Interview with Donal Mac Intyre
2007 Sundance: Morning Report (01/23/07)
2007 Sundance: Gore Sighting
2007 Sundance: Morning Report (01/24/07)

CHRIS GORE’S 2007 SUNDANCE COVERAGE FOR G4
Chris Gore saw films, interviewed filmmakers and wore an awesome hat during his Sundance 2007 coverage for G4’s Attack of the Show

Chris Gore’s Sundance 2007 Report (01/22/07)
DVDuesday with Chris Gore (01/23/07)
Chris Gore’s Sundance 2007 Report (01/24/07)
Chris Gore’s Sundance 2007 Report (01/25/07)

BLOG ENTRIES
Not quite feature stories, this is the place to go for the candid feelings of the Film Threat writers as they experienced Sundance 2007.

1st Day of Sundance Down
Sundance REALLY starts today…
Something I’ve noticed…
Crispin Glover’s sequel to “What Is It?” made me faint…
I dislike Nick Cannon even more now
I thought Sundays were supposed to be days of rest…
Another day done…and Matisyahu
Wherein the Yarrow continues to own my soul…
Three days ’til the END!!!
Rookie vents, and it’s all good…
Running on empty…
Wasting away on the thin ice of the parking lot of the Marriott…
My first big trip has come and gone.

It’s the festival that never ends! We’ve got more coverage coming as the week rolls out, with more video footage, reviews, blogging and a final Sundance picture wrap-up.




Posted on January 30, 2007 in Features by
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