Ashley York on Making “Tig” – Premiering at Sundance This Monday!


We are thrilled to announce World of Wonder veteran Ashley York's documentary premiere of comedian Tig Notaro at Sundance this Monday, January 26th! Both Rolling Stone and the Huffington Post said Tig is a "must-see" at Sundance. We sat down with producer Ashley York and got some insight on the making of Tig, including an answer to most difficult ... See the Rest

Watch This: David Cross’s “Hits” Set In Liberty, NY – Just 5 Miles Away!

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Well, the expression "hits close to home" has never hit closer to home. Literally. I have a place in upstate New York and the closest town nearby, that anyone might have heard of, is Liberty. Comedian David Cross, of Arrested Development fame, has written and directed his first film, that premiered last year at Sundance, called Hits and it is set ... See the Rest

The Terrifying New Trailer for The Babadook

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A little boy finds a book about a monster called the Babadook, and.... BOO! The Australian horror film KILLED at Sundance, and finally gets a nationwide release November 28. Trust me, YOU AREN'T PREPARED for this movie. It's been a while since a horror film has created a terrifying new monster, but “The Babadook” looks to have done just ... See the Rest

Watch Now: Wiig & Hader Lip-Sync For Their Lives In “The Skeleton Twins”


The early buzz on The Skeleton Twins has been pretty warm and fuzzy – and buzzy. Craig Johnson's sibling dramedy won the screenwriting award for Johnson and co-writer Mark Heyman at Sundance in January. SNL alums Kristen Wiig and Bill Hader's live-show comradery makes for some seemingly real-life brother/ sister chemistry. Wiig is always watchable, ... See the Rest

The Babadook Trailer

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OK, this looks absolutely TERRIFYING. A little boy finds a book about a monster called the Babadook, and then he and his mother... well, just watch. It was one of the most buzzed-about movies at Sundance this year, but has yet to get a US release date. Hopefully, if the buzz continues we'll get to see it soon. The movie marks the directorial debut ... See the Rest

Stars Descend Upon Park City

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It's Sundance time again, which means ACTUAL tumbleweeds are blowing down Sunset Blvd right now, as the streets of Hollywood are virtually empty. Pictured deboarding at Salt Lake International: Glenn Close, Joe Manganiello, newly scruffy former Downton Abbey star Dan Stevens, cutie ex-con Lane Garrison, Kellan Lutz, and Jesse Eisenberg. (Photos: ... See the Rest

Hot for Teacher


Hannah Fiddell's movie A Teacher is about Texas high school teacher Diana Watts (Lindsay Burdge) involved in an affair with one of her students (Will Brittain). When the reality of their situation forces itself upon them, she puts the relationship on hold, but eventually gives in to her desire again – even more recklessly. Sounds hot. The movie ... See the Rest

Congratulations Ben Lewis!


It was announced today that wowlebrity Ben Lewis (a director and correspondant on our UK series The Art Show) will premiere his documentary Google and the World Brain at Sundance this year as part of the World Cinema Documentary Competition. A description from Ben's website: "In the most ambitious project ever conceived on the Internet, Google has ... See the Rest