The Sundance Fim Festival doesn’t begin in Park City until Jan. 16 but coverage by Salt Lake Tribune movie critic Sean P. Means and others on our staff already is in full swing.
If you’re an independent film lover — or simply are intrigued by Hollywood’s brief annual encampment in Utah — The Tribune offers numerous ways to follow the latest Sundance-related news.
Coverage by our staff, along with national coverage, is compiled at sltrib.com/sundance.
There, you’ll find Means’ Thursday column laying out which films promise to be among the best at Sundance along with numerous other stories we’ve already published about this year’s festival.
Means and other staffers blog several times each day on The Tribune’s Sundance Film Festival blog.
You also may follow our Sundance-specific Twitter account: @sundancelive.
While, you’re at it, follow @moviecricket, too, for coverage of Sundance and films in general by Means, The Tribune’s movie critic and a Sundance attendee for 20 years.
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