Sundance Film Festival 2011 Be There
This year’s strong film lineout for Sundance Film Festival 2011 Ogden has been released. The 14 films will be shown at Perry’s Egyptian Theater.
Tickets Sales -$15.00, starting January 8, 8 am at Perry’s Egyptian Theater, 2415 Washington Blvd.
The Guard-930 pm Jan 21-Ireland-A salty village cop in Ireland with a knack for keeping people at arm’s length, is forced to work with a strait laced FBI agent who is chasing down an international drug smuggling ring.
Project Nim-630 pm Jan 22-United Kingdom-Documentary about Nim, the chimp, who in the 1970s was raised and nurtured like human child and taught to use sign language by researchers.
In a Better World-930 pm Jan 22-Denmark, Sweden-Anton works as a doctor at an African refugee camp, where victims of brutality come for treatment. His home is in a small Danish town where one of his sons is being bullied, testing Anton’s commitment to peaceful conflict resolution. In Danish, Swedish, and English, with subtitles.
The Ledge-330 pm Jan 23-USA-Atop a high rise building, a young hotel manager is about to end his life. A detective with his own personal problems is dispatched to the scene. Each man begins to open up about his past, and neither is convinced that his life is worth living. Charlie Hunnam, Liv Tyler, Patrick Wilson, Terrence Howard.
Win Win-630 Jan 23-USA-A struggling attorney who volunteers as a high school wrestling coach takes on the guardianship of an elderly client. The man’s grandson arrives and complicates matters even more. Paul Giamatti, Amy Ryan, Bobby Cannavale, Jeffrey Tambor.
My Idiot Brother-630 pm Jan 24-USA-Optimist Ned always finds himself in trouble, getting jail time for selling pot to a uniformed cop, being dumped by his girlfriend, and worse yet, losing custody of his beloved dog, Willie Nelson. When he turns to family, he is passed from sister to sister. Paul Rudd, Elizabeth Banks, Zooey Deschanel.
The Music Never Stopped-630 pm Jan 25-USA-Almost 20 years after his teen ran away, a man learns his son has turned up in a hospital with a benign tumor and memory loss. Only rock music interests the son, which is what drove the men apart two decades earlier. Henry’s only means to reconcile with his son is by embracing the very music that divided them in the first place. Julia Ormond, Cara Seymond, Lou Taylor Pucci.
The Greatest Movie Ever Sold-630 pm Jan 26-USA-In this documentary, filmmaker and provocateur Morgan Spurlock offers a tongue in cheek examination of product placement, marketing, and advertising by making a film financed entirely by product placement, marketing, and advertising.
Perfect Sense-630 pm Jan 27-United Kingdom-When Susan, an epidemiologist, re-emerges from an affair gone sour, she meets a new man, but also sees a patient who may be suffering with a disease soon to be a pandemic. Ewan McGregor, Eva Green.
SBlt “Like Crazy”-630 pm Jan 28-USA-An American and a Brit at a college in California fall in love and struggle with the realities of a long distance relationship. Anton Yelchin, Felicity Jones, Alex Kingston.
I Melt with You-930 pm Jan 28-Canda, USA-Four former college friends gather for a weekend each year to catch up with each other. But, this time, fueled by sex, drugs and rock ‘n’ roll, their reunion drives them to confront the personal choices they’ve made. Thomas Jane, Jeremy Piven, Rob Lowe, Christian McKay, Carla Gugino, Sasha Grey.
Bobby Fischer against the World-330 pm Jan 20-Canada, USA-Chess player Bobby Fischer, a child prodigy who became delusional and paranoid as an adult, is shown in his final chapter as a fugitive in this documentary. In English and Russian, with subtitles.
Margin Call-630 pm Jan 29-USA-In the high stakes world of the financial industry, this thriller follows key players at an investment firm during one perilous 24 hour period in the early stages of the 2008 financial crisis. Kevin Spacey, Jeremy Irons, Stanley Tucci, Demi Moore.
Day in Life-930 pm Jan 29-United Kingdom-A feature shot in a day, July 24 of this year. Supported by YouTube, the project enlisted a global community to capture a moment of their lives on camera. The world responded with more than 5000 hours of deeply personal, powerful film clips from contributors from Australia to Zambia, and beyond. English and other languages, with subtitles.