The Sundance festival has started and Hollywood has taken over Park City yet again. This year Robert Redford spoke about the importance of starting the festival 25 years ago. It's more than just the free gifts and parties that many of us have head about. According to Redford, the institute is about "programs that nurture writers and directors. It helps them develop raw ideas into screenplays and films." To kick things off last night was "Friends with Money," starring Jennifer Aniston, Catherine Keener, Joan Cusack and Frances McDormand. Here's a pic of the ladies at the premiere with director Nicole Holofcener (in the center).
Here's a cute pic from the movie of Jennifer Aniston as Olivia. Her character is "reaching a personal crisis, has quit her teaching job and is now cleaning houses for a living. She is looking for support - fiscal and emotional - from her more well-heeled acquaintances and continues her search for a significant other among the slim pickings on offer." Click here for more on the movie.