Sundance from your sofa! Thanks to Twitter, even if you're not in Park City, you don't have to wait to hear the latest from the filmmakers with movies in Sundance this year. Stay on top of all the exciting news with these filmmakers' Twitter feeds. (We'll bring you our recommended Doc filmmaker feeds tomorrow.)
We've read countless feeds, obsessed over the Festival line-up, and brought you some filmmakers whose Tweets are sure to inform and delight as Sundance gets underway. Click "follow" to keep track of their festival journeys!
Adam Wingard (@AdamWingard)
The TFF alum, Adam Wingard (V/H/S 1 & 2, You're Next) brings audiences The Guest, starring Dan Stevens (Summer in February, Downton Abbey). On Twitter, he concerns himself with all things nerd and film related.
Lynn Shelton (@lynnsheltonfilm)
Lynn Shelton (Your Sister's Sister, Hump Day) directs the female-driven comedy Laggies, about a woman who refuses to grow up. The TFF alum tweets about pop culture and film news.
Kat Candler (@katcandler)
In her modest feed filled with news of women filmmakers and the filmmaking process, Kat Candler (Black Metal, Love Bug) also reflects on her first feature-length film, Hellion.
Stuart Murdoch (@nee_massey)
Belle & Sebastien frontman Stuart Murdoch wrote and directed God Help the Girl, starring Emily Browning (Summer in February, Sleeping Beauty). His Twitter feed is a collection of his daily life, music, and musings on film.
Hong Khaou (@hkhaou)
Lilting, Hong Khaou's (Spring, Summer) first feature film, will premiere opening night at the Sundance Film Festival. On Twitter he sends out tweets about politics, film premieres and football (soccer).