Newton said he came to the festival to see Rory Kennedy’s documentary “Last Days of Vietnam,” but as of that afternoon, hadn’t seen anything — at least not on film.
“I’ve been watching people put on their skis and then get in a gurney and head to the hospital,” he joked.
— Nekesa Mumbi Moody
BLINK AND YOU’LL MISS IT » The red carpets at the Sundance Film Festival are surprisingly quick compared to premieres in New York and Los Angeles. The talent arrives, poses quickly for photos and then moves down the interview line to talk to the press. The whole thing is done in usually half the time that it takes in the entertainment capitals. One reason for the speed and efficiency is because of the packed schedule with screenings after screenings at each location, there’s quick turnover.
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