The Blue Door at Sundance

By Ursula Terlecki   Photos via Grey Goose

I think you’ll sympathize with me when I say I’m VERY over this winter weather. Other than travelling to a place like Positano, Italy to escape my winter woes, another place I wouldn’t mind being right now is Park City, Utah experiencing the Sundance Film Festival. Sure, it’s only a touch warmer there than here but in Park City I’d be surrounded by beautiful mountains (meaning great skiing!) and I’d be able to keep warm by sitting in a theatre watching film after film after film.

Running from January 17-27, the Sundance Film Festival brings the most original storytellers together with the most adventurous audiences for its annual program of dramatic and documentary films, shorts, New Frontier films, installations, performances, panel discussions, and dynamic music events.

Since 1985, hundreds of films launched at the Festival have gained critical recognition, received commercial distribution, and reached worldwide audiences eager for fresh perspectives and new voices. Year after year, the Festival pursues new ways to introduce more people to the most original and authentic storytelling.

Here Director John Krokidas talks about his new film Kill Your Darlings, which is premiering in U.S. Dramatic Competition at Sundance.

Since we can’t all be at Sundance this year, Grey Goose Vodka has been kind enough to provide us with pictures from the BLUE DOOR LOUNGE parties they’ve been hosting over the last few days celebrating the best in film and cinema.


Daniel Radcliffe & Ben Foster at the “Kill Your Darlings” party.

Nicole Kidman attends the “Stoker” party.

Montreal’s own DJ A-Trak.

Emile Hirsch & Mark Foster attend party for “Prince Avalanche”

Ellen Page & Shiloh Fernandez at party for “Stoker” and “The East”

Juno Temple at “Afternoon Delight” party.

Steve Steve Carell & Allison Janney at “The Way Way Back” party.

Jane Lynch at “Afternoon Delight”

Ellen Page, Alexander Skarsgard & Brit Marling at “Stoker” bash.

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