Where To Watch
Anybody who's heading to the festival has no doubt had their movie lineup on deck for as long as possible. But, we'll just give you a few helpful tips: Get all the deets on the program here, and try to stick to the Eccles Theater as much as possible. With over 1,200 seats, it's the largest venue of the week, which means all your camping out probably won't be for naught.
Social Media, Social Media, Social Media
Thanks to Instagram and Twitter, we no longer have to go anywhere to feel like we're having fun alongside everybody who did get off their couch. For starters, our very own Leila Brillson will be on hand in Park City to keep tabs on all the goings-on — follow her on Twitter here. In the non-R29 world, we like Variety's Justin Chang, Vulture, film critic Matt Patches, and master of the indie film himself, Zach Braff.
Not only can the video site allow you to catch talked-about trailers and speeches from the event, but this year, it's offering more content than we can list. There's a dedicated channel, Live @ Sundance, that will be broadcasting the best of the fest daily.
It may seem slightly uncool, but the Salt Lake City Tourism department has its very own Sundance-dedicated board. In the market for some mood-boosting shots of snowy peaks and twinkling street lights? Look no further.