Thursday, December 19, 2013

Sundance directors John Cooper and Trevor Groth Mention Kristen in 'Camp X-Ray'


The Sundance Institute marks the 30th anniversary of the Sundance Film Festival next month, and festival directors John Cooper and Trevor Groth stopped by the WSJ to discuss how the event, and independent film, have evolved over the years.

Cooper and Groth also described some of the films that were selected for the 2014 dramatic competition category, including “Camp X-Ray” starring Kristen Stewart, and actor John Slattery’s (“Mad Men”) directorial debut, “God’s Pocket.”




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