PARK CITY, Utah (TheStreet) - There's always buzz at the Sundance Film Festival and this year, the 30th edition of Robert Redford's mission to give independently produced movies a place to showcase their work, is no different.
Film executives, movie stars and wannabes of all stripes will descend on the ski resort town of Park City, Utah for 10 days beginning Jan. 16 to view 121 feature-length films, representing 37 countries, an assortment of features, shorts and documentaries that will also spotlight 54 first-time filmmakers. TheStreet will be talking to all varieties of attendees as distributors large and small jockey for position in their mission to find the next Little Miss Sunshine.
Check back regularly for updates from Park City.
--Written by Leon Lazaroff