Tony Award winners Blythe Danner ( Butterflies Are Free), John Rubinstein ( Children of a Lesser God) and Julie White ( The Little Dog Laughed) are seen in "Hello I Must Be Going," which also features Christopher Abbott ( The House of Blue Leaves). Tony Award winner Roger Bart ( You're a Good Man, Charlie Brown) stars alongside John Waters ( Hairspray) in "Excision."
Among the Tony Award nominees included in the film festival are Lou Diamond Phillips ( The King and I) in "Filly Brown"; Charles S. Dutton ( The Piano Lesson) in "LUV," which also includes Danny Glover ( Master Harold and the Boys); John C. Reilly ( True West) and Will Ferrell ( You're Welcome America) in "Tim and Eric's Billion Dollar Movie"; Anne Heche ( Twentieth Century) in "That's What She Said"; and Marin Ireland ( Reasons to Be Pretty) in "Twenty-Eight Hotel Rooms," which also features Chris Messina ( Salome).
Other stage actors included in the film festival are Paul Dano ( Inherit the Wind), Margarita Levieva ( Impressionism) and Jena Malone ( Doubt) in "For Ellen"; Justin Kirk ( Other Desert Cities) in "Nobody Walks"; Megan Mullally ( Young Frankenstein) in "Smashed"; Helen Hunt ( Our Town) and William H. Macy ( Speed-the-Plow) in "The Surrogate"; Lauren Ambrose ( Exit the King), Carol Kane ( Wicked), James Rebhorn ( Prelude to a Kiss) and Cristin Milioti ( Coram Boy) in "Sleepwalk With Me"; Russell Tovey ( The History Boys) in "Grabbers"; and Ashlie Atkinson ( The Ritz) and Harris Doran ( Hair) in "My Best Day."
For more information and a complete list of films, visit www.sundance.org.