Worried About the Health of Cinema? Sundance Has Good News for You.

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Wednesday, January 26, 2022

For the second year in a row, Sundance isn’t in Park City at all. Instead of traipsing up and down Main Street or piling into shuttle buses, the audience is exactly where it has been for most of the past two years: at home, in front of a screen, scrolling through a menu in search of something to watch.

There’s a lot of film — scores of features and dozens of shorts, running through next weekend — and not so much festival. I’m not going to argue that this is a good thing. But I will say that from the vantage point of my armchair, this Sundance has so far shown a special kind of vitality. At a time when many of us are worried about the health of movies, it offers proof of life.

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