All The Celebrities Spotted Among The Snow At Sundance This Year

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Every year in January, the who's who of indie filmmaking descend upon Park City, Utah for the Sundance Film Festival. Snow blankets the mountains of the town, and celebs dot the hills, all there to support their scrappy low-budget movies.

This year's festival, which begins this week, will be just as star-studded. Some celebs we already know will be attending. (Fun fact: Kristen Stewart will be there for Refinery29's Shatterbox Anthology. She will be making her directorial debut with the film Come Swim.) Others will emerge from the woodwork, there to support friends or just to hobnob with other film folk.

Curious who was there? We are, too. Ahead, you'll find the important faces who took a peek at the films coming to Sundance this year. Welcome to the festival circuit, y'all.

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Issa Rae, creator and star of HBO's Insecure, speaks at Power Of Story: Art Of Episodic Storytelling with a panel of television creators on January 26.
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Ahoy! It's The Carter himself, attending the premiere of the documentary series Time: The Kalief Browder Story on January 25.
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The comedian Patton Oswalt spoke at the Short Program Awards on January 24.
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And on the seventh day of the festival, Nicholas Hoult walked the red carpet for the film Newness.
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Elle Fanning walks the red carpet for the film Sidney Hall, which tells the story of a novelist's unravelling, on January 27.
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Peter Dinklage of Game Of Thrones appeared to promote the film Rememory, which also stars the late Anton Yelchin.
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New Girl's Hannah Simone attends the premiere of her movie Band Aid. The directorial debut of Zoe Lister-Jones, the film features a couple that decides to turn all their fights into...rock songs.
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Everyone should aspire to be as charming as Shirley MacLaine at the premiere of The Last Word at Sundance. In the film, MacLaine plays an elderly woman who tries to take charge of her own obituary.
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Sadowski also appeared at The Last Word premiere — in the film, he plays the chief of a radio station. (Fun fact: his bride-to-be Amanda Seyfried also stars in the film.)
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Connie Britton dons a pussy hat at the IMDb studio — Britton also attended the Women's March on Main.
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Matt Bomer opts for cooler company. Like, really cool company.
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UnReal's Shiri Appleby attends an AT&T event at the festival.
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Jurnee Smollett-Bell gives us the epitome of smize, also at the IMDb studio.
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Kate Upton and her fiancé Justin Verlander cheese for the camera. (They're promoting their Golf Digest web series The Getaway.)
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Rashida Jones, at the festival for her documentary film Hot Girls Wanted: Turned On, goes for the cheekbone with her Sharpie.
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John Legend gives his best John Hancock at Rock & Reilly's Park City.
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Charlize Theron, who earlier made her way down Main as a part of the Women's March, warmed up at Rock & Reilly's.
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Kate Upton is an avid supporter of fiancé Justin Verlander. In November, she complained on Twitter when Verlander, who is a baseball pitcher lost the American League Cy Young Award.
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Mary J. Blige supports her film Mudbound, which also stars Carey Mulligan.
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Lily Collins keeps warm at the IMDb studio on day 2 of the festival.
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Janicza Bravo, director of the film Lemonhead, is ready for Sundance action at an AT&T event on day 4 of the festival.
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Kristen Stewart walks the red carpet January 19th for Refinery29's own Shatterbox Anthology.
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Nat Wolff, who's at the festival for his film Remember The Daze, attends the Maven Pictures party at Autograph Collection Hotels' The Retreat on January 19th.
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Glee's Dianna Agron and Margarita Levieva of The Blacklist make a smiley appearance at the same party.
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Margaret Qualley, at the festival for her film Novitiate, poses with Nat Wolff.
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Abbi Jacobson is hyped to party after the premiere of Person to Person, in which she plays a reporter.
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Molly Shannon, Alison Brie, Kate Micucci, and Aubrey Plaza look nothing like the nuns they play in The Little Hours.
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You'll just have to trust that Tavi Gevinson is also thrilled about starring in Person to Person.
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Leslie Mann glowed on the red carpet for The Big Sick.
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Samira Wiley wore some adorable layers to the Vulture party at Rock & Reilly's.
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Connie Britton sported a cozy pussy hat and Women's March pin at the IMDb Filmmaker Discovery Lounge.
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Jon Hamm and Samira Wiley, this should be the start of a buddy comedy.
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Ray Romano and Zoe Kazan laugh about their comedy The Big Sick at the Hollywood Reporter's Sundance studio.
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Zosia Mamet and husband Evan Jonigkeit are Park City casual for the Person to Person party.
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John Legend was at the IMDb Filmmaker Discovery Lounge to answer questions about season 2 of Underground, which he executive produces.
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