It’s Sundance, day seven! FC Editor-in-Chief Nicolas Rapold is joined by Amy Taubin, FC contributing editor and Sundance veteran, to discuss the evolution of the festival over the years and, of course, what they’ve seen. Taubin touches on the problematic nature of Jennifer Fox’s The Tale, argues for the intelligence of Craig Michael Macneill’s Lizzie, and praises Crystal Moselle’s skater-girl-driven Skate Kitchen. Other films covered include Robert Greene’s hybrid reenactment drama Bisbee ’17, Reed Morano’s postapocalyptic I Think We’re Alone Now, Claire McCarthy’s Shakespeare-expansion Ophelia, Betsy West and Julie Cohen’s RBG (about Supreme Court Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg), and Nathaniel Kahn’s art world doc The Price of Everything.

The Film Comment Podcast from Sundance is sponsored by Autograph Collection Hotels.