Sundance Preview 2015

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The 2015 Sundance Film festival is off and running.  Anderson and Bryan went through all the films and discuss several of the ones they find most intriguing.

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Download – Duration: 1:50:11

Featured Artists: Sons Of August, Phontaine, The Lion Faced Boy, Jésus And The Rabbis, August Premier, The Ocean As Mistress

Click here for a list of films discussed in this episode.



8 thoughts on “Sundance Preview 2015

  1. I am trying to remember the book that Anderson mentioned in this episode.
    Something about the earth as the “center of the universe”.
    I guess I could listen to the show again, but I’ll check here first to see if anyone remembers.

    Anybody catch that one?


    Posted by Brendan | February 24, 2015, 6:33 AM
  2. Frances Ha is a horrible, hateful, stupid movie about horrible, hateful, stupid people.

    Kicking and Screaming is a delightful and joyful movie about clever, interesting people.


    Posted by Justin | January 29, 2015, 12:02 AM
  3. Does American Sniper actually portray the Iraq War as being about USA vs. the Taliban?? I’d have trouble taking it seriously if that’s the case. (I haven’t seen it yet)


    Posted by Johnny Dangerous | January 28, 2015, 9:54 AM
  4. Babadook is supposed to rhyme with the word “look” or “book”. Logan can be The Babaduke, but at least say the movie title correctly please!


    Posted by Max McCord | January 26, 2015, 10:53 AM
  5. It’s actually Scoot McNairy…I didn’t know people were allowed to be named Scoot, but that’s his name. He is becoming a really good character actor. Really liked him in Frank, Argo, he is good in Monsters and I know a lot of people didn’t like it (I thought it was amazing) but he is really really good in Killing Them Softly.


    Posted by Kid D-Brock | January 23, 2015, 9:00 PM
  6. Hey Anderson what does your cool movie notebook look like? You should put up a pic. Great list of dystopian pics by the by. I hadn’t heard of most of these. Looks like I’m gonna have to add a few movies to ye olde queue. Great episode as per usual. You guys always come up with great movies I haven’t seen . Any idea where I can find Murder Party? I’ve been wanting to see that one since you mentioned it late last year.


    Posted by Nate Balcom | January 23, 2015, 8:02 AM
  7. Anderson: “Clint Eastwood could have directed [Selma]. If you slapped his name on that, I wouldn’t have been surprised.”
    Bryan: “If i had seen these movies without knowing anything about them, and then afterward someone was like ‘Ok, which one did Clint Eastwood direct?’ I would have for sure gone with Selma.”
    Anderson: “You wouldn’t think that a female black director [would have] directed American Sniper”

    Why the hell not? Why is it easier to believe that Clint Eastwood could have directed Selma than a black female would have directed American Sniper? Now THAT is cartoony racism. Sure, there was a bit of misunderstanding about Bryan’s hypothetical, but the sentiment is clear.


    Posted by Brian (the right way) | January 23, 2015, 7:45 AM


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