Sundance 2017 has come to an end, but with a bang, not a whimper. At the Saturday night awards, films that took on politics and feminism came out on top. And before that, a gathering of women to discuss the path forward turned into a heated discussion about intersectional feminism and race.
Thanks for joining the Los Angeles Times team of intrepid critics and reporters as they navigated art, politics and parties. We Hang out with filmmakers, marched with Chelsea Handler and watched next year’s big films (and festival flops) emerge. See you next year!
- Mike White and Miguel Arteta serve up Trump-era allegory in 'Beatriz at Dinner'
- 'Crown Heights' tells the true story of long fight to free a man jailed for a crime he didn't commit
- VIDEO: Oscar noms | Diplo | O'Shea Jackson | Chelsea Handler | Women's march | 'Step' performers
- PHOTOS: Portraits @ L.A. Times photo studio | Instant prints | Scene in Park City
Actors Laura Dern and Woody Harrelson reflect on working together in the film "Wilson," with Harrelson saying he's "gotta get out of the quicksand" of drama. Video by Myung Chun /Interview by Steven Zeitchik