Dialogue: Sundance '92, Pt. 3 — Films Directed By Women and Wrapping Up
In our final Sundance '92 conversation, we look at Allison Anders' 'Gas Food Lodging' and Katt Shea's 'Poison Ivy,' and step back for a final snapshot at a pivotal year for Sundance.
Over a three-week span, we’ve been discussing films from “Sundance Class of ‘92: The Year Indie Exploded,” a series currently featured on the Criterion Channel. In the first week, we kicked off with a chat about the surging New Queer Cinema movement at the festival. Last week, we continued with a remarkably varied selection of documentaries. And now, we…
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