The Sundance Film Festival gets the 2012 film festival season off and running. Our correspondent, Michelle Orange is in the thick of it in Park City, filing reviews of noteworthy films in the program. Follow her coverage below. (updated daily)
To Market, To Market
The window between yearly awards seasons is practically non-existent nowadays.
The Discomfort Zone
Re-invention is emerging as the true theme of this year's Sundance Film Festival.
Hello, I Must Be Going
Despite projections, female-driven films didn't end up dominating festival discussion after all.
Dir: Rasit Çelikezer
An Instanbul couple unable to have children try to obtain a baby illegally.
Celeste and Jesse Forever
Dir: Lee Toland Krieger
Two people who met in high school and married young decide to get divorced.
The House I Live In
Dir: Eugene Jarecki
Eugene Jarecki looks into the history of America's War on Drugs.
The Invisible War
Dir: Kirby Dick
A documentary examining the prevalance of rape in the US military.
Dir: Ben Lewin
A man with an iron lung forms a relationship with a professional sex surrogate.
Your Sister's Sister
Dir: Lynn Shelton
A grieving man is invited to visit what he thought was a vacant holiday cabin.
Pictured: Teddy Bear