SUNDANCE 2013

Video Blog: Our Friends Discuss Their Favorite Film of Sundance 2013

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January 30, 2013

Favorite Film of Sundance 2013

Now that Sundance 2013 is over, we're looking back at our favorite films from the festival this year. We recently posted our own list of Top 5 Favorite Films, but there are plenty of other great movies that deserve to be mentioned. One thing I love about festivals is the variety of opinions and thoughts on every single film playing, which is why I love asking my friends and colleagues about what their favorites were - so that's what we did. I recorded 10 videos with friends during the end of the festival, similar to my Cannes 2012 favorites video last year. Almost everyone I spoke to chose a different film. It's a quick watch so check it out.

Here's our Sundance 2013 Favorite Films video blog featuring 10 of our colleagues, from YouTube:

Featured in this (in order): James Rocchi (@jamesrocchi) from MSN Movies names Upstream Color & In a World; Cory Everett (@modage) from The Playlist/Cigs & Red Vines names Ain't Them Bodies Saints; Allison Loring (@allisonloring) from Film School Rejects names Fruitvale; Kate Erbland (@katerbland) from Film School Rejects names The East; our own Ben Pearson (@benpears) from FirstShowing names Linsanity; Russ Fischer (@russfischer) from SlashFilm.com names Upstream Color; Germain Lussier (@germainlussier) from SlashFilm.com names A.C.O.D.; Jordan Raup (@thefilmstage) of The Film Stage names The Spectacular Now; Ethan Anderton (@ethan_anderton) & Alex Billington (@firstshowing) from FirstShowing both name Before Midnight. We hope you enjoyed! See all of our Sundance '13 coverage.

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