Photography & Video Photography

Images from the Sundance Film Festival

FRAMED: A video of actor Vince Vaughn takes up a room in a small model of a motel in the multimedia piece by artist Tracy Snelling titled "Border Town," inside the New Frontier on Main exhibition space.
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WORK IN PROGRESS: Director Sultan Sharrief, left, and actor Julian Gant promote their new movie, "Bilal's Stand," by working on an ice sculpture on Main Street. "Bilal's Stand," written and directed by Sharrief, screens in the NEXT category at Sundance and premieres at the festival. It's the story of Bilal, a Detroit high school student, and his struggle to pursue higher education. Ice sculpting is part of the character's creative outlet. "It's about my life and my family ... growing up in Detroit," said Sharrief.
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DOWN UNDER: Australian director David Michod's latest film is, "Animal Kingdom," premiered at the Sundance Film Festival in Park City, Utah. The title of this crime drama refers to a part of Melbourne, Australia, were criminals find refuge.
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VIDEO INSTALLATION: Swiss artist and filmmaker Pipilotti Rist does an interview in front of her video installation titled "Lobe of Lung: The Saliva Ooze Away to the Underground," inside an exhibit space called New Frontier on Main.
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NEW FRONTIER ON MAIN: Actor Joseph Gordon-Levitt attends the opening of New Frontier on Main, which will feature many video installations by artists visiting Park City, Utah. The space is part of the Sundance Film Festival and will also feature musical performances and panels. Gordon-Levitt, who has a video installation in the space, will also be appearing in the new film, "Hesher," which is being screened at the Sundance Film Festival.
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BORDER TOWN: Park City Television videographer Mike Bradshaw films an installation by artist Tracy Snelling titled "Border Town" inside an exhibit space called New Frontier on Main. It will feature many video installations by artists visiting Park City, Utah, as part of the Sundance Film Festival. The New Frontier on Main space will also feature musical performances and panels.
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KRISTEN STEWART: Actress Kristen Stewart of the "Twilight" movie series appears at the Sundance Film Festival for the opening of her new film, "Welcome to the Rileys." The movie also stars James Gandolfini and Melissa Leo. Stewart's other film at the festival is "The Runaways."
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WARHOL: A portrait of Andy Warhol looks over a crowd enjoying a concert by, "2AM Club," at Sundance ASCAP Music Cafe on Main Street.
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MURAL: Olivia Sprung, 5, walks along a snow-layered sidewalk on Main Street in Park City, where a mural pays homage to the filmmaking process. The Sundance festival begins Thursday.
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RUNAWAY: Sundance sightings -- Actress Dakota Fanning arrives for the premiere of "The Runaways." Fanning plays singer Cherie Currie in the film about the 1970s all-female rock band.
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SCULPTURE: Sundance volunteer Carolina Castaneda, 27, from Orlando, Fla., makes her way past a snow-covered sculpture of a moose along Main Street.
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RYAN REYNOLDS: Actor Ryan Reynolds attends the dinner party for his latest movie, "Buried," which premiered at the Sundance Film Festival in Park City, Utah, on Saturday, Jan. 23.
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PANEL DISCUSSION: Actor James Franco, who plays Beat poet Allen Ginsberg in the movie, "Howl," participates in a panel on the making of the movie at the Villiage at the Yard in Park City. Rob Epstein, right, and Jeffrey Friedman co-directed the film. Franco stars with David Strathairn, Jeff Daniels, Mary Louise-Parker and Jon Hamm. The film depicts events surrounding Ginsberg's controversial poem.
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'BURIED' DINNER PARTY: Attendees at the dinner party for the premiere of the new Ryan Reynolds movie "Buried." The thriller's distribution rights were later acquired by Lionsgate in what represented the first major deal of the festival.
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MAIN STREET: Lights decorate Main Street in Park City, Utah, in advance of the Sundance Film Festival.
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