In many ways the epicenter of American independent film is still the Sundance Film Festival, and this year we saw film culture and tech culture merge in a number of different ways. From Ashton Kutcher's take on Apple's co-founder in Jobs, to Upstream Color, the latest from sci-fi auteur Shane Carruth, the festival was full of surprises and standout moments. We've got all our coverage for you right here.
'Jobs' review: Ashton Kutcher surprises with a feverish take on Apple's co-founder
We've come a long way since 'Pirates of Silicon Valley' — but not far enough
Shane Carruth’s ‘Upstream Color’ is a trippy, sci-fi take on the forces that bind us together
The 'Primer' director is back with his first film in nine years
How one man made a film at Disney World without Disney's permission
Randy Moore's 'Escape from Tomorrow' premieres to glowing reviews, heavy intrigue, and looming uncertainty