KPCW Sundance Reel Park City's favorite local radio station and NPR affiliate is in the middle of the action, emotion, and film making of the Sundance Film Festival. Our veteran news team brings fresh interviews with filmmakers, industry professionals, and film festival insiders during the festival.
KPCW Sundance Reel

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Park City's favorite local radio station and NPR affiliate is in the middle of the action, emotion, and film making of the Sundance Film Festival. Our veteran news team brings fresh interviews with filmmakers, industry professionals, and film festival insiders during the festival.

Most Recent Episodes

The Sundance Reel - February 1, 2019 Sister Aimee

On today's #The Sundance Reel, Leslie Thatcher and Co-host Mark Harrington speak to Samantha Buck and Marie Schlingmann , the directors of the film, Sister Aimee, who discuss their mostly made up film about America's most famous evangelist from the 1920's.

The Sundance Reel - February 1, 2019 Paddleton

On today's #The Sundance Reel, Leslie Thatcher and Co-host Mark Harrington speak to Alex Lahmann about the world premier of his film Paddleton, about the friendship between two misfit neighbors.

The Sundance Reel - February 1, 2019 Sean Means

On today's #The Sundance Reel, Leslie Thatcher and Co-host Mark Harrington speak to Salt Lake Tribune Film Critic Sean Means.

The Sundance Reel - January 31, 2019 Pahoke

On Today's #TheSundanceReel, directors Ivete Lucas and Patric Bresnan talk about thier fim, Pahokee, one of 16 films in the U.S. documentary competition.

The Sundance Reel - January 31, 2019 Always in Season

On Today's #TheSundanceReel, Director Jacqueline Olive talks about her film, Always in Season.

The Sundance Reel - January 31, 2019 The Man Who Played WIth Fire

On Today's #TheSundanceReel, director Stieg Larsson talks about his documentary, The Man Who Played With Fire.

The Sundance Reel - January 31, 2019 The Edge of Democracy

On Today's #TheSundanceReel, Leslie and guest co-host Barb Bretz speak with Petra Costa, director of The Edge of Democracy.

The Sundance Reel - January 30, 2019 Bedlam

On today's #TheSundanceReel, psychiatrist turned Filmmaker Kenneth Paul Rosenburg discusses his film Bedlam – a look that examines our broken mental health policies. He is joined by Patrice Cullors, the co-founder of Black Lives Matter, whose brother Monte is featured in the film.

The Sundance Reel - January 30, 2019 Photograph

On today's #TheSundanceReel, Ritesh Batra is the Director of the premiere, Photograph, that looks at a struggling street photographer in Mumbai being pressured by his grandmother to marry.

The Sundance Reel - January 30, 2019 Sea of Shadows

On today's #TheSundanceReel, the Director of the documentary Sea of Shadows Richard Ladkani discusses how the world's smallest whale as become "the cocaine of the sea."

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