The 30th edition of Sundance Film Festival started on January 16th in Park City, Utah.
The 10 day long festival started on Thursday, and it's already promising. The opening night premiere was Whiplash, a movie starring Miles Teller and J.K. Simmons. Most attendees of the festival didn't bother getting too fancy for the event, and many of them took the opportunity to have some fun on Utah's slopes.
Kellan Lutz together with supermodels Chanel Iman and Ireland Baldwin, attended the Oakley Learn to Ride with AOL event at the festival, and they were all bundled up in ski gear. The two models spent their time snowboarding, and everyone else in attendance was equally casually dressed. Christina Hendricks, who was present at the the God's Pocket premiere, wore a fur coat with a gray blazer, pants and boots, while her face looked dashing as always in natural makeup. Also at the event was her hubby, Geoffry Arend, and her co-stars, John Slattery and Philip Seymour Hoffman.
The cast of Camp X-Ray, including Kristen Stewart, John Carroll Lynch, Peyman Moaadi, Lane Garrison, Ser’Darius Blain, Tara Holt and Joseph Julian Soriam, attended the festival on its second day, for the premiere of their movie. Stewart wore an oversized bomber jacket with jeans and boots, and she partially braided her hair. Keira Knightley and Chloe Moretz were also there on Friday, attending the premiere of their film, Laggies. The two were probably the most dressed up of the bunch, and we especially liked Keira's gray ensemble with a lace skirt and sweater.