From Granola To Cell Phone – The Evolving Sundance

It’s been 20 years since Robert Redford took over the Sundance Film Festical. Since then, the festival has “morphed from the “granola Sundance” of the 1980s into the “cell-phone Sundance” of the 1990s and now, as the shoestring cinéastes of the early days, true anti-studio aesthetes like Jim Jarmusch, Victor Nuñez and Allison Anders, were shoved aside by Hollywood heavies looking for the Next Big Thing among talented newcomers.”