Thanks to a unique program started earlier this year, ten films that span 20 years of the Sundance film festival and Sundance Institute have been made available for rent, download or purchase through SundanceNOW—effective immediately.
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SundanceNOW’s new Doc Club is currently showcasing a retrospective of early Errol Morris works for film and television. We asked film critic Eric Hynes to provide an overview of the titles on offer, all of which can be streamed instantly by signing up for Doc Club.
Acclaimed director Mary Harron (American Psycho, The Notorious Bettie Page) returns with the chilling story of Rebecca (Sarah Bolger), a young girl who, haunted by her father’s suicide, enrolls in an elite boarding school for girls. Before long, Rebecca’s friendship with the popular Lucy (Sarah Gadon) is shattered by the arrival of a dark and mysterious new student named Ernessa (Lily Cole). Lucy falls under Ernessa’s spell and becomes emotionally and physically consumed by her glamorous new friend. Rebecca, whose … Read More
Get The Snowtown Murders now.
On a late night visit to an ATM, three co-workers end up in a desperate fight for their lives when they become trapped by an unknown man.
Tiny Furniture is the kind of film that leaves you wandering the East Village, gazing at 23-year-olds in the discount wine shops, and mourning the loss of your own post-collegiate angst. The flipside (the one that’s not about you), is that it’s also the kind of work that gets you psyched for the future of indie film, and what it might look like now that Lena Dunham, the film’s writer, director and lead actress, is firmly on the scene.
Radu Muntean’s superlative Tuesday, After Christmas racked up a surprising number of nods in year-end critic polls. Check out his first film Summer Holiday, featuring another seemingly married couple experiencing a crisis, now.
The trailer for Lena Dunham’s upcoming HBO series Girls has just been released, so why not check out her breakout film Tiny Furniture, which we’ve just added to the SundanceNOW library?
With the completion of The Turin Horse (opening in New York imminently), Béla Tarr, one of the world’s greatest living filmmakers has decided to call it a day. There’s a retrospective currently running at New York’s venerable Film Society of Lincoln Center, but for the many many folks out there who won’t be able to see these films, SundanceNOW can help.