The Associated Press spoke with actor and Sundance Film Festival founder Robert Redford concerning complaints that the movie-fest has gone Hollywood. “The fact is that Sundance hasn’t gone Hollywood,” he insisted. “That’s a very shallow outside view. You’ll get people like Britney Spears who show up, which has nothing to do with the festival, those people come and they bring the paparazzi. When you get that kind of attention and you’re far enough outside, you get the impression that it’s gone Hollywood. No. The fact of the matter is, we have never, ever changed our policies for how we program our festival. It’s always been built on diversity.” Read more.