And Another Thing: Robert Redford Tackles 'Ambush Marketers'


We've already established that Robert Redford is ready to move into the next, wide-open era of the Sundance Film Festival, but not before one wistful look back at some of the best and worst Sundance has had to offer in the nearly 30 years he's been overseeing the Park City institution. Like many of his previous pre-fest summits of years past, it was articulate, honest and sincere, with shout outs to all the filmmakers who've made Sundance such a watershed on the festival landscape. But with that rise came the leeches -- and as Redford attests in the video below, he's not sad to see the recession stomp them out.

<param name="flashvars"


<embed type="application/x-shockwave-flash" id="player-52" name="player-52" src=""

width="500" height="400" allowscriptaccess="always" allowfullscreen="true" flashvars="autostart=0&config=" plugins="acudeojw,gapro,viral-2&viral.callout=none&viral.onpause=false&gapro.accountid=UA-1915907-26&gapro.trackstarts=true&gapro.trackpercentage=true&gapro.tracktime=true&acudeojw.progId=4af229940e9cc"


PREVIOUSLY: Robert Redford on Sundance Upheaval: 'We Were Beginning to Flatline'