So says The New York Times. Brooks Barnes writes that the “vast majority of the 123 movies that will play Sundance this year will end up finding an audience not in a theater but on a video-on-demand system.
“The shift leaves Sundance, longtime attendees say, on the edge of an identity crisis. The festival, fiercely proud of its heritage as America’s foremost showcase for independent cinema, is working to hold on to that identity. At the same time, it is tentatively embracing an art form, television, in which innovation and energy abound.”
We urge you to click on the link, above, that will take you to Barnes’ original article, wherein you can learn a lot more details about this story.