Salt Lake City, UT (PRWEB) January 06, 2014
The Sundance Film Festival has been presenting an eclectic mix of film making each year amidst a spectacular landscape and audiences eager to sample the vanguard of the cinematic process. To these ends and just as we begin the 2014 Sundance Film Festival, a new website has been launched to provide comprehensive film reviews for those works entered at the yearly festival. The independent website, http://BestSundanceFilms.com/ contains reviews and commentaries of festival entries past and present. It is an invaluable guide for those who may be attending the festival itself, but also for those who cannot travel to Utah for the world renowned event. Not only can BestSundanceFilms.com serve as a glimpse as to the creative spirit of the festival, it can whet the appetite of the film goer that looks forward to these new and original works of expression showing up at their local movie house, cable television network or as home entertainment offerings.
This well written and user friendly website contains a variable plethora of information for the film lover, student of media and secondary level instructor. Cinema categories are clearly defined, contain unbiased reviews and first look production trailers. Whether you are looking for Comedy and Romance or the intrigue of Thrillers and Drama, you will be able to locate whatever title you are looking for easily. Those who prize the Documentary format or Foreign Films will not be disappointed either, as the festival features these great endeavors as well. Each is given its due on these comprehensive and inviting web pages filled with interesting plot, cast and background knowledge.
In addition to review content, the BestSundanceFilms.com website is also home to enjoyable blogging by web author and festival devotee, Chase Johnson. He has crafted a film source website that not only celebrates the glory of film making at its best, but welcomes the existence of the Sundance Film Festival for its contribution to Park City and the State of Utah. His website and blog seek to promote understanding between artists, studios, viewers, festival workers and volunteers alike. For those who may never get a chance to visit this special event in person, his words grant you the closest experience to actually being out and about in the mountain air as part of the always lively yearly festivities.
Readers are invited to visit http://BestSundanceFilms.com/ to share antidotes about the Sundance experience or comments on a particular review. Recommendations for film reviews and stories are always appreciated.