The crowds were thinner, the temperature was warmer, and Barack Obama's name was mentioned so many times that you might have thought he had assumed leadership not just of the free world but of the Sundance Institute, too. Otherwise, it was more or less business as usual as the Sundance Film Festival turned 25. If the highs weren't as high as those of some Sundances past—no radical, out-of-left-field debut features or eight-figure deals to write home about—neither were the lows as... More >>>