The Sundance Film Festival starts this weekend, running until the 29th and the movie that I appear in, "Hobo With A Shotgun" premieres tonight. That's right, Canada. My blood and guts will be spilled for all the world to see.
In case you live under a rock, Sundance is the largest independent film fest in the U.S. and, like any festival, it's an awesome party. If you can't make it to Utah in the next 24 hours, then there are a couple of live streaming options. The Sundance website will stream daily events like press conferences and panels (Sorry, not the parties.) Variety Magazine is also doing live streaming of interviews with filmmakers and stars all next week.
There are 14 Canadian films at Sundance this year, including "Hobo With A Shotgun".
Check out the trailers and info below...
"Hobo With A Shotgun" by Jason Eisener
"Incendies" by Denis Villeneuve
"I Melt with You" a Canada-U.S. co-production by Mark Pellington
"Vampire" a Canada-U.S. co-production by Iwai Shunji
"On The Way To The Sea" by Tao Gu
"Le Vendeur" by Sebastien Pilote
"Family Portrait in Black and White" by Julia Ivanova
"The Cave" by Helen Haig-Brown
"Choke" by Michelle Latimer
"Wapawekka" by Danis Goulet
"Negativipeg" by Matthew Rankin
"The Legend of Beaver Dam" by Jerome Sable
"The High Level Bridge" by Trevor Anderson
"All Flowers in Time" by Jonathan Caouette