HBO celebrated the premieres of three documentaries; hosted a conversation about #MeToo with the organization's founder, Tarana Burke; and brunched with the 2 Dope Queens ahead of the pair's second HBO special.
At the world premiere of The Inventor: Out for Blood in Silicon Valley, the award-winning director explained how Theranos CEO Elizabeth Holmes set out to change the world — and ended up committing a massive medical fraud.
Director Dan Reed and film subjects Wade Robson and James Safechuck spoke after the world premiere of the documentary in which the men allege Michael Jackson abused them as children.
The Moonlight Sonata filmmaker discussed the intimacy of shooting a film about her own family.
HBO took over the Main Street Deli in Park City to hand out 500 free cups of coffee each morning the first weekend of the festival. Caffeinated moviegoers who arrived early enough received an HBO Docs coffee sleeve.
Sundance Institute members and Blackhouse creators networked with behind-the-screen talent including Insecure’s Amy Aniobi and Ben Cory Jones, Ballers’ Jason Lew; Westworld’s Gina Atwater; and Quyen Tran of Camping and Here and Now.
At the Blackhouse Foundation’s Sundance space, the Insecure comedian joined the TV personality for a discussion about her first HBO comedy special, I Be Knowin’.