Kristen Stewart and Chloë Sevigny in a scene from Craig William Macneill, "Lizzie," premiering at Sundance 2018.
Photo courtesy of the Sundance Film Festival
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Documentaries about Robin Williams, Gloria Allred and Ruth Bader Ginsberg, a Lizzie Borden film with Kristen Stewart and Debra Granik's long-awaited follow up to "Winter's Bone" are among the 110 features set to premiere at the 2018 Sundance Film Festival. The Sundance Institute has announced the diverse lineup of films for the annual festival held in Park City, Utah. Festival programmers say the films this year highlight the stories of alternative voices and points of view, including films by and about women, and the experience of African-American men in the world right now.Ethan Hawke ("BLAZE"), Paul Dano ("Wildlife") and Rupert Everett ("The Happy Prince") are among other actor- directed films that will premiere at the festival.
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