Sure, it might be fun to go to Park City at some point to experience the Sundance Film Festival in person. In addition to all those cutting-edge films, there’s a good chance you’ll see some stars. Of course, there’s also the downside of having to get around in routinely cold temperatures, long lines and the frustration of not always being able to see all the films you’d like.
Wouldn’t it be great if you screen the festival in your home theater? Well, now you can — sort of. Festival organizers and Rainbow Media have combined to premiere three Sundance films on nationwide video on demand for the next 30 days. Each movie, according to a Salt Lake City Tribune story, will be available in about 40 million homes via Comcast, Cablevision, Cox, Time Warner and satellite provider DirecTV. It costs about $7 to view each movie in “Direct from the Sundance Film Festival.” Find out which movies are being offered and how to find them.
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