Friday, January 16, 2004
Nineteen years after Robert Redford first staged his independent film festival in the mountains of Utah, the Sundance Festival is now a household name. The event has ushered many independent movies into theaters nationwide, and catapulted their makers to fame and fortune. But has Sundance's glitzy success obscured the event's original goals? Bob talks with Peter Biskind, author of "Down and Dirty Pictures: Miramax, Sundance, and the Rise of Independent Film."