Out Now Bonus: 2023 Sundance Recap

This week's bonus Out Now with Aaron and Abe is headed back to Park City, Utah. Aaron is joined by FirstShowing.net’s Alex Billington to go over the variety of films seen at this year’s in-person/virtual Sundance Film Festival, with plenty of thoughts on which films stuck out the most, which less successful films were worth mentioning, and what the experience, overall, was like. Enjoy thoughts on some of the more notable films featured, including Magazine Dreams, A Thousand and One, Rye Lane, The Pod Generation, Landscape with Invisible Hand, and Shortcomings, along with a few documentaries, including Still: A Michael J. Fox Movie and Little Richard: I Am Everything. Plus, the one and only Payakan is discussed as well, because why not? So now, if you've got an hour or so to kill...

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