Sundance 2019 Provides Relief From Oscar Season — IndieWire’s Movie Podcast

IndieWire | 1/24/2019 | Staff
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The Oscar nominations usually land right in the middle of the Sundance Film Festival, forcing the film industry to take a break from screening new work to see which contenders from the previous year made the cut. This time, however, the festival moved to later in the month, and kicked off its 2019 edition two days after the nominations arrived.

That has been provided a welcome structure to a very busy film week, and enabled two separate conversations to inform the latest episode of Screen Talk, as Eric Kohn and Anne Thompson discuss the nominees before turning their attention to the Sundance screenings to come. With a very unpredictable market and a lot of mysteries in the lineup, the next week is guaranteed to provide a whole new window...
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