It’s that time of year again. Film enthusiasts touch down in Park City, Utah, for the annual Sundance Film Festival, which runs Jan. 18-28. Need a warm place to re-charge your phone? Dust your snow boots off inside one of the many cozy lounges listed below. Complimentary cocktails are another option for guests who want to get warm. While screenings will keep many festgoers busy during the day, evenings are also packed with exclusive dinners, swag lounges, and star-studded parties.
At the world premiere of “12 Strong” at New York’s Lincoln Center Tuesday night, Australian-born Chris Hemsworth recalled being impacted by the Sept. 11 attacks that forever changed America. “I have very vivid, vivid memories of 9/11,” Hemsworth shared with Variety. “12 Strong” is based on the true story of 12 special force operatives who took on the dangerous task of fighting alongside Afghan warlords to take down the Taliban in the wake of 9/11.
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Selecting a term
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