Results tagged “sundance”
Chris Sievey is a curious footnote in the history of alternative music and performance art. He was an animator, comedian and jobbing musician with various bands and appeared on a number of TV shows, mostly in the North West, during the '80s and '90s.
Up until 1990, only 12 fossils of Tyrannosaurus Rex had been recovered, the best being 40% complete. The one miraculously preserved in the badlands of South Dakota Hills was 80% complete and a scientific marvel.
On general release on June 6
We know it's going to end badly. Genuine mobile phone footage captures the chaos and discord on the platform of the eponymous station where a bunch of lads are corralled by jittery transport police on New Year's Eve in Oakland.
On general release from Friday
If you only see one film from Sundance, Blue Ruin might well be the one to choose. This attention-demanding 90-minute wonder is a taut, sharp rethinking of the revenge movie.
Finding Fela! tells the tale of Fela Kuti, a Nigerian icon who instilled political aspirations in millions of people for decades through pointed-but-danceable music, before his death in 1997.