Sundance Channel salutes the Sundance Film Festival in January by presenting exclusive coverage of the 2006 Sundance Film Festival. This year's "Festival Dailies" will be produced by Park City Television for Sundance Channel and will air alongside a wide-ranging lineup of features, documentaries and short films from past Sundance Film Festivals. Airing concurrently with the Festival, Sundance Channel's programming captures the unfolding excitement of the world's premiere independent film festival while emphasizing the basis of the festival itself: the films and the filmmakers. Festival coverage airs from January 20th – 29th, with programming beginning at 9pm EST.
Take a look at the latest batch of clips from the shows:
Anne Thompson of the Hollywood Reporter checks in to give us updates from the premiere of COME EARLY MORNING and LITTLE MISS SUNSHINE which sold to paramount for $10 million.
Vintage or Vivienne Westwood? Eastern European or East Village? Charlotte Mickie, Festival Fashionista, takes to the streets of Park City to find out what festival-goers are wearing.
Sundance Channel airs SUPER SIZE ME, Morgan Spurlock’s 2004 entry into the Sundance Film Festival. What would happen if you ate only fast food for a month? To find out, filmmaker Morgan Spurlock became his own on-screen guinea pig.
2 + 2 appeared at the 2002 Sundance Film Festival. Filmmakers Clayton Hemmert and Benita Raphan present an experimental documentary portrait of the Nobel Prize-winning mathematician Dr. John F. Nash, Jr., the subject of the Oscar®-winning film A BEAUTIFUL MIND.