Sundance 2023 review: You Hurt My Feelings

Writer and director Nicole Holofcener has undoubtedly proven her talent, but her 2023 Sundance feature, You Hurt My Feelings, comes off frustrating, not funny.

The Uncertain Future of New Maylower Mountain Resort

Even in four-wheel drive, the worn all-season tires on my truck struggled for traction. A wet, heavy snowstorm, the first of the season, had plagued the drive for 230 miles since heading...

James Beard Announces Nine Utah Semi-Finalists

In the food community, there are little higher accolades than the James Beard Awards. The non-profit organization has been recognizing and uplifting exceptional individuals in the restaurant community since 1990, and is...

Diary of a Never-Skier: The First Lesson

At the start of my first lesson, my ski instructor Natalie informs me that the people she teaches never fall down during the first lesson. This is meant to be comforting, but...

Sundance 2023 review: The Eternal Memory

Meet Augusto Góngora: Chilean journalist who reported on corruption and violence during Augusto Pinochet’s presidency, father of two and husband of Paulina Urrutia Fernández, an actress, activist and former Minister of the...

Sundance 2023 Film Review: Fair Play

Fair Play, director Chloe Domont’s feature debut, has gotten a fair amount of talk at Sundance, recently picking up the first major distribution deal of the festival with Netflix. There’s good reason...

Sundance 2023 Film Review: Infinity Pool

There are moments, early on, in Infinity Pool where the score (brilliantly written by Tim Hecker) shifts into these discordant, disturbing notes while the camera pans across these beautiful locations along the...

Sundance 2023 Film Review: Theater Camp

Existing somewhere in a space between Waiting for Guffman and Wet Hot American Summer, Theater Camp tells the mockumentary story of a struggling summer drama camp that is on the verge of...

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