Sundance  is over, but we've still got plenty of memories thanks to all of our pictures! We snapped lots of shots over our week in Park City, chronicling the parties, premieres, and everything in between. In case you missed them on Instagram, here's what happened behind the scenes.
Meet the POPSUGAR Sundance team: editors Becky Kirsch and Molly Goodson, featuring Kyle Hartman behind the camera.
Molly and Kyle posed for a pic before hopping into a gondola for a late-night ride to a Sundance party . . .
. . . where Molly caught up with Fun. lead singer Nate Ruess.
Sundance screenings start in the early morning, and Becky snapped this pic over Main Street as the sun came up.
Keri Russell  was in Park City promoting her new movie Austenland.
Molly and Nick Offerman talked Toy's House, Ron Swanson, and of course — that sweet Sundance hat.
Alison Brie  also stars in Toy's House (as Nick Offerman's daughter), and she chatted with Becky about working alongside Nick and what's next for Annie on Community.
Prince Avalanche, starring Paul Rudd  and Emile Hirsch , is one of the many movies we caught at Sundance.
Molly chatted with Maya Rudolph at the premiere of The Way, Way Back.
A salt-and-pepper-haired Steve Carell  was also at Sundance to support The Way, Way Back.
Steve Carell  and Maya Rudolph caught up at The Way, Way Back premiere.
Becky sat down with Casey Wilson and June Diane Raphael, who cowrote and costar in Ass Backwards.
The lines were long and the temperatures were cold, but it's hard to complain about sunny blue skies in Park City.
Molly chatted with January Jones  about her new movie Sweetwater as well as what's up next for Betty on Mad Men.
Hard tickets at Sundance are basically gold.
Molly sat down with Big Sur's Kate Bosworth  and Michael Polish.
Elizabeth Olsen came out to promote Very Good Girls.
Elizabeth shared a laugh with her costar Dakota Fanning  over brunch.
Leaving Utah wasn't just hard for us emotionally — we also almost got stuck in a storm. Thankfully, we made it back to California in one piece. See you next year, Sundance!