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SUNDANCE CHANNEL AND PARK CITY TELEVISION ANNOUNCE “FESTIVAL DAILIES,” REPORTING DAILY FROM 2006 SUNDANCE FILM FESTIVAL. Show will air nightly on Sundance Channel January 20-29 at 9:00pm ET/PT.
Sundance Channel and Park City Television announce “Festival Dailies,” a daily program produced onsite at the 2006 Sundance Film Festival in Park City, Utah airing as a nightly half-hour program on Sundance Channel from January 20th – 29th at 9pm EST. This year’s “Festival Dailies” will be produced by Park City Television for Sundance Channel. “Festival Dailies” will report on the films and filmmakers of the 2006 Sundance Film Festival, providing TV viewers with an immediate and local sense of the Sundance Film Festival experience.
“Festival Dailies” will highlight the festival’s films and filmmakers while also providing an inside perspective on what goes on behind the scenes in Park City. The shows will include onsite reporting from the festival’s premieres and events while also providing an inside and decidedly local look at the way that the festival transforms Park City, Utah into one of the world’s most prominent venues for emerging talent in film.
Segments will include “The Scene,” an exclusive look at the festival’s late night parties and screenings and “Celebrity Mountain Expedition,” which will feature independent film celebrities taking advantage of Park City’s celebrated ski slopes.
Under the creative direction of Robert Redford, Sundance Channel is the television destination for independent-minded viewers seeking something different. Bold, uncompromising and irreverent, Sundance Channel offers audiences a diverse and engaging selection of films, documentaries, and original programs, all uncut and commercial free. Launched in 1996, Sundance Channel is a venture of NBC Universal, Showtime Networks Inc. and Robert Redford.
The “Festival Dailies” are now located below, but if you would like to win some of your own exclusive branded prizing from Sundance Channel such as Sumner Redstone's "A Passion to Win" book, a '1st Amendment Project' DVD, or a Sundance Channel Long Sleeve Tee, just answer this easy question: After studying at the Pratt Institute of Art and living the painter's life in Europe, Redford studied acting in New York at which Academy?
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Sundance "Festival Daily" 2006
Kurt Honeycutt of The Hollywood Reporter gives us an update from the streets of Park City with his take on the film 'FRIENDS WITH MONEY' featuring Francis McDormand, Joan Cusack, Catherine Keener and Jennifer Aniston.
Update from the streets of Park City
Writer/director Dito Montiel and actors Robert Downey Jr. and Shia Le Boeuf drop by the studio to discuss their film 'A GUIDE TO RECOGNIZING YOUR SAINTS.'
Short films are a favorite screening at the Sundance Film Festival and Sundance Channel is screening a sampling of shorts from festival’s past. Tonight’s featured short is THE ACT which appeared at the 2005 Sundance Film Festival and Deborah Jo Rupp of “That 70’s Show.”
'The Act' short clip
Trevor Groth, programmer for the Sundance Film Festival gives some insight into the task of screening and selecting short films for the Festival. Then Joseph Buyer, producer for Sundance Online, explains how to log on and create your own film festival at home.
Behind-The-Scenes at the Sundance Film Festival.
The godfather of independent cinema drops by the Sundance Channel studio to discuss this year’s festival and how things have changed since he presented his film 'HAIRSPRAY' here in 1988.
Chat with John Waters.
Kelli Garner and Lukas Haas star in Joshua Leonard’s tragic love story about a couple who confront the future by looking into the past. 'THE YOUTH IN US' appeared in the 2005 Sundance Film Festival.
A sneak peak at 'The Youth In Us.'
See the complete line-up of short films
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.
Charlotte Mickie finds out what festival-goers are wearing this year
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.
Updates from 2 new Paramount movies
Actor Paul Giamatti and writer/director Julian Goldberger drop by the Sundance Channel Studio to discuss their new film THE HAWK IS DYING. Paul gives us the details on what it’s like to work with a HAWK attached to your arm through the entire film shoot.
Paul Giamatti and writer/director Julian Goldberger discuss 'THE HAWK IS DYING'
Leo Minaya and Franky G. play two Hispanic brothers from Manhattan’s Washington Heights, who are trying to escape the violent legacy of their old neighborhood in MANITO. Appeared in the 2002 Sundance Film Festival. Airs this month, only on Sundance Channel.
'MANITO' Film Clip
Al Gore stars in AN INCONVENIENT TRUTH, HALF NELSON premieres, and the Beastie Boys let it loose. Gregg Goldstein of The Hollywood Reporter gives us the Buzz.
The Buzz: Day 5 at Sundance
POLICE BEAT charts seven days in the life of a Muslim West African immigrant patrolman in Seattle.
'POLICE BEAT' Film Clip
Get an inside look at the operations of the Sundance Film Festival with this behind the scenes view of the shipping, receiving, trafficking and quality control of the 35MM prints at the Sundance Film Festival.
Inside Sundance: Print Traffic Office
Bertha Bay-Sa Pan’s debut, 'FACE' explores assimilation, family loyalty, interracial relationships and the need for personal freedom in immigrant America with the story of three generations of Asian-American women.
'FACE' Film Clip
You would never guess that Haskell Wexler is the oldest filmmaker at this year’s Sundance Film Festival. Watch amazed as he juggles press interviews, meetings with producers, a world premiere of his film 'WHO NEEDS SLEEP,' and an audience Q&A.
A Day in the Life of Haskell Wexler
'PARKING' is the story of man against nature in Bill Plympton’s animated tale of a megalomaniac parking lot attendant and a blade of grass.
'PARKING' Film Clip