[Sundance] Sundance Film Festival 2014 Recap

[Ruby Hornet will be at Sundance Film Festival 2014 providing coverage of the festival’s 30th year. Keep it tuned to Ruby Hornet this week as we share reviews, interviews, photos, and more at one of the country’s largest film festivals.]

We came. We saw. We conquered. Ruby Hornet’s first trip to the Sundance Film Festival was… interesting, to say the least. After almost a decade of dreaming about attending the prestigious festival, I finally got my chance to have the Sundance experience. It wasn’t everything I thought it would be, but for every misstep, there was a silver lining found in the assortment of films playing over the festival’s duration. Considering the amount of films playing, with many of them having their world premieres at the festival, there was something to love for all film fanatics. With over a dozen of film reviews, a couple of interviews, and a slew of photos and other assorted shenanigans, I’d say Ruby Hornet had a solid maiden voyage to Park City, UT. In case you missed everything over the past couple of weeks, check out all of our Sundance-related coverage below.


[Sundance Review] Camp X-Ray
[Sundance Review] Boyhood
[Sundance Review] God’s Pocket
[Sundance Review] The Skeleton Twins
[Sundance Review] Cooties
[Sundance Review] The Raid 2: Berandal
[Sundance Review] To Kill a Man (Matar a un hombre)
[Sundance Review] Infinitely Polar Bear
[Sundance Review] Kumiko, the Treasure Hunter
[Sundance Review] Wish I Was Here
[Sundance Review] Life After Beth
[Sundance Review] White Bird in a Blizzard
[Sundance Review] White Shadow


[Sundance Interview] Gareth Evans (Director of The Raid 2: Berandal)
[Sundance Interview] Arifin Putra and Julie Estelle (The Raid 2: Berandal)


Tintype Photographs of Celebrities at Sundance
[Sundance Video] The Raid 2: Berandal Q&A, Iko Uwais pencak silat demonstration
Sundance Film Festival 2014 Award Winners
[RH Photos] Sundance Film Festival 2014

Geoff Henao

Geoff Henao is a writer/kinda photographer affiliated with the Chicago collective LOD. His interests include film, punk rock, cute girls, graphic novels, video games, and the Chicago Bulls. He's funny sometimes.

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