Our on the ground coverage at the 2016 Sundance Film Festival in Park City, Utah.
Lynette Wallworth's Collisions explores nuclear testing and the language of VR
The Verge picks its favorite films from this year's Sundance lineup.
Plus the stuff you should try right now
The pro-human tone poems of Sundance
Oculus Story Studio finally finds its voice
"We realized that we just had to write something that was small enough that somebody would be crazy enough to let us do it."
Fox Searchlight is paying $17.5 million for Nate Parker's slavery rebellion drama
'There's something about reality that is inherently powerful.'
A tiny, uncanny city of floating clouds
"For whatever reason, combining sex and transactions makes people wildly uncomfortable."
Weird VR is here to stay
'It was very clear to me that this was going to change everybody's lives.'
When the empathy machine works too well
The Lure's logline is straightforward enough: it's a musical set in the 1980s about a pair of siren sisters who get hired to sing at a nightclub and also eat people.