If you're here, you must be looking to load up on Fandor's Sundance 2017 coverage. Good idea.

To get situated, start with our Spotlight of earlier works by filmmakers who have new films at Sundance this year. (Here’s a video about it.) Or, for a deeper dive, queue up some of our Sundance favorites.

Below you'll find links to all our written coverage, as well as our full-festival-spanning “Sundance on Fandor” video series, which surveys festival milestones and the individual careers of veterans and rising stars alike.

The videos:


Sundance Fanatics
Standouts: Laura Poitras
The Women's March on Main
McElwee's March
The Golden Smartassery of Alex Ross Perry
How Cool Is Jim Jarmusch?
At Sundance: A Time Capsule
Barbara Kopple's Voices of Resistance
Sundance Marketplace
Standouts: Eliza Hittman
The Exquisite Quotidian: Jem Cohen
Sundance Breakouts, by Decade
Sundance at the Oscars
Awkward Sundance Encounters

The films:


Bonni Cohen, Jon Shenk, and Al Gore's An Inconvenient Sequel: Truth to Power
Jeff Baena's The Little Hours
Macon Blair's I Don't Feel At Home in This World Anymore 
Kirsten Tan's Pop Aye
Amman Abbasi's Dayveon
Dustin Guy Defa's Person to Person
Michael Showalter's The Big Sick
Gillian Robespierre’s Landline
Charlie McDowell's The Discovery
David Lowery's A Ghost Story
Dee Rees' Mudbound
Luca Guadagnino's Call Me By Your Name 
Eliza Hittman's Beach Rats
Jordan Peele's Get Out
Kogonada's Columbus
Janicza Bravo's Lemon

The awards