L.A. Times 2016 Sundance festival Polaroid-style pictures
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Polaroid-style portraits of Sundance stars from the L.A. Times’ festival photo studio

L.A. Times 2016 Sundance festival Polaroid-style pictures

Stars of the 2016 Sundance Film Festival are photographed in the L.A. Times’ photo and video studio on site in Park City, Utah. The festival runs through Jan. 31.

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L.A. Times 2016 Sundance festival Polaroid-style pictures

Michael Shannon is a stars of “Complete Unknown” and “Frank and Lola.”

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L.A. Times 2016 Sundance festival Polaroid-style pictures

“Mad Men” veteran Elisabeth Moss is at Sundance with her new film, “The Free World.”

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L.A. Times 2016 Sundance festival Polaroid-style pictures

Imogen Poots is the Lola of “Frank and Lola,” in which she stars opposite Michael Shannon.

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L.A. Times 2016 Sundance festival Polaroid-style pictures

Danfung Dennis, seated, and Casey Brown are behind the virtual reality experience “Condition One.”

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L.A. Times 2016 Sundance festival Polaroid-style pictures

Bobby Naderi is one of the stars of “Under The Shadow.”

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L.A. Times 2016 Sundance festival Polaroid-style pictures

Boyd Holbrook is a star of “The Free World.”

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L.A. Times 2016 Sundance festival Polaroid-style pictures

Chloe Sevigny from the film “Antibirth” poses for a portrait in the L.A. Times photo and video studio at the Sundance Film Festival in Park City, Utah.

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L.A. Times 2016 Sundance festival Polaroid-style pictures

Jared Harris of “Certain Women” poses for a portrait in the L.A. Times photo and video studio at the Sundance Film Festival in Park City, Utah.

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L.A. Times 2016 Sundance festival Polaroid-style pictures

Tracy Letts of “Indignation” poses for a portrait in the L.A. Times photo and video studio at the Sundance Film Festival in Park City, Utah.

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L.A. Times 2016 Sundance festival Polaroid-style pictures

Logan Lerman of “Indignation” poses for a portrait in the L.A. Times photo and video studio at the Sundance Film Festival in Park City, Utah.

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L.A. Times 2016 Sundance festival Polaroid-style pictures

Kate Lyn Sheil from the film “Kate Plays Christine” poses for a portrait in the L.A. Times photo and video studio at the Sundance Film Festival in Park City, Utah.

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L.A. Times 2016 Sundance festival Polaroid-style pictures

Werner Herzog, director of “Lo and Behold: Reveries of the Connected World,” poses for a portrait in the L.A. Times photo and video studio at the Sundance Film Festival in Park City, Utah.

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L.A. Times 2016 Sundance festival Polaroid-style pictures

Brooklyn Decker from the film “Lovesong” poses for a portrait in the L.A. Times photo and video studio at the Sundance Film Festival in Park City, Utah.

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L.A. Times 2016 Sundance festival Polaroid-style pictures

Casey Affleck of “Manchester by the Sea” poses for a portrait in the L.A. Times photo and video studio at the Sundance Film Festival in Park City, Utah.

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L.A. Times 2016 Sundance festival Polaroid-style pictures

Norman Lear, subject of the film “Norman Lear: Just Another Version of You,” poses for a portrait in the L.A. Times photo and video studio at the Sundance Film Festival in Park City, Utah.

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L.A. Times 2016 Sundance festival Polaroid-style pictures

Rachel Grady, left and Heidi Ewing, co-directors of “Norman Lear: Just Another Version of You,” pose for a portrait in the L.A. Times photo and video studio at the Sundance Film Festival in Park City, Utah.

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L.A. Times 2016 Sundance festival Polaroid-style pictures

Abigail Spencer of the series “Rectify” poses for a portrait in the L.A. Times photo and video studio at the Sundance Film Festival in Park City, Utah.

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L.A. Times 2016 Sundance festival Polaroid-style pictures

Ellen Page, starring in “Talullah,” poses for a portrait in the L.A. Times photo and video studio at the Sundance Film Festival in Park City, Utah.

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L.A. Times 2016 Sundance festival Polaroid-style pictures

Allison Janney of “Talullah” poses for a portrait in the L.A. Times photo and video studio at the Sundance Film Festival in Park City, Utah.

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L.A. Times 2016 Sundance festival Polaroid-style pictures

Josh Groban, from the film “The Hollars,” poses for a portrait in the L.A. Times photo and video studio at the Sundance Film Festival in Park City, Utah.

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L.A. Times 2016 Sundance festival Polaroid-style pictures

John Krasinski of “The Hollars” poses for a portrait in the L.A. Times photo and video studio at the Sundance Film Festival in Park City, Utah.

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L.A. Times 2016 Sundance festival Polaroid-style pictures

Laura Albert, from the film “The JT Leroy Story,” poses for a portrait in the L.A. Times photo and video studio at the Sundance Film Festival in Park City, Utah.

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L.A. Times 2016 Sundance festival Polaroid-style pictures

India Menuez, from the film “White Girl,’ poses for a portrait in the L.A. Times photo and video studio at the Sundance Film Festival, in Park City, Utah.

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L.A. Times 2016 Sundance festival Polaroid-style pictures

Artist Cai Guo-Qiang is the subject of the documentary “Sky Ladder.”

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L.A. Times 2016 Sundance festival Polaroid-style pictures

Craig Robinson is a star of the film “Morris From America.”

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L.A. Times 2016 Sundance festival Polaroid-style pictures

Keith Stanfield is an actor in Don Cheadle’s Miles Davis biopic, “Miles Ahead.”

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L.A. Times 2016 Sundance festival Polaroid-style pictures

Don Cheadle is the star and director of the Miles Davis biopic “Miles Ahead.”

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L.A. Times 2016 Sundance festival Polaroid-style pictures

Isabelle Allen is an actress from the film “Let’s Be Evil.”

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L.A. Times 2016 Sundance festival Polaroid-style pictures

Actor Dulé Hill from the film “Sleight.”

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L.A. Times 2016 Sundance festival Polaroid-style pictures

James Spinney, left,  and Pete Middleton are the writers and directors of the film “Notes on Blindness.”

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L.A. Times 2016 Sundance festival Polaroid-style pictures

Kirsten Johnson is the director of the film “Cameraperson,” a memoir of her work as a documentary cinematographer.

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L.A. Times 2016 Sundance festival Polaroid-style pictures

Director Matt Ross from the film “Captain Fantastic.”

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L.A. Times 2016 Sundance festival Polaroid-style pictures

Nick Jonas from the film “Goat.”

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L.A. Times 2016 Sundance festival Polaroid-style pictures

Rob Zombie, director of the film “31.”

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L.A. Times 2016 Sundance festival Polaroid-style pictures

Andre Hyland, director and screenwriter from the film “The 4th.”

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L.A. Times 2016 Sundance festival Polaroid-style pictures

Viggo Mortensen from the film “Captain Fantastic.”

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L.A. Times 2016 Sundance festival Polaroid-style pictures

Riley Keough from “The Girlfriend Experience.”

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L.A. Times 2016 Sundance festival Polaroid-style pictures

Ben Schnetzer from the film “Goat.”

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L.A. Times 2016 Sundance festival Polaroid-style pictures

Kate Beckinsale from the film “Love and Friendship.”

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L.A. Times 2016 Sundance festival Polaroid-style pictures

Taika Waititi, writer and director from the film “Hunt for the Wilderpeople.”

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L.A. Times 2016 Sundance festival Polaroid-style pictures

Todd Solondz, director from the film “Weiner Dog.”

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L.A. Times 2016 Sundance festival Polaroid-style pictures

James Schamus, director for the film “Indignation.”

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L.A. Times 2016 Sundance festival Polaroid-style pictures

Matt Johnson, director and star of the film “Operation Avalanche.”

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