Exclusive! Henny Garfunkel's 2008 Sundance Polaroids
1. Mary-Kate Olsen
"The film is clever and witty. My character has a sense of humor. It was just a few scenes, but she was fun to play."
-Mary-Kate Olsen on her role in The Wackness.
2. Mischa Barton
In 2000, celebrity photographer Henny Garfunkel began taking Polaroids of her famous subjects at film festivals around the world. The photographer is shooting all the celebrities at the Sundance Film Festival and InStyle.com has exclusive access to her One Last Shot Project Polaroids.
"[The movie] is about the assassination of part of the main character's persona. He doesn't actually die."
- Mischa Barton explaining the plot of her Sundance flick, Assassination of a High School President.
3. Charlize Theron
"I don't feel like I have two different jobs."
-Charlize Theron to Access Hollywood on playing both leading lady and producer for the movie Sleepwalking.
4. Josh Hartnett
"Sundance, you can get away with it here."
-Josh Hartnett on not having time to change out of his casual clothes before the premiere of August.
5. Luke Wilson
"Sometimes George [Lopez] and I needed more of a parole officer than a father."
-Luke Wilson when asked by the Sundance Channel about Henry Poole is Here director Mark Pellington's parental style of directing the cast.
6. Josh Lucas
"The magic of Sundance is that this is a film festival that honors filmmakers and audiences get to see film that they otherwise might not get to see."
- Death in Love star Josh Lucas on what makes Sundance special.
7. Diddy Combs
"This a historical moment for me, my first starring role in a movie."
- A Raisin in the Sun star Sean Combs telling Reuters about his historic visit to Sundance.
8. Matthew Perry
"I'm proud of the film we're here for, but I also like this free jacket I'm wearing!"
-Birds of America star Matthew Perry's response to a CNN reporter when asked for his thoughts on the gifting suites at the festival.
9. Maria Bello
"I'm an OK skier, but I hate moguls. I'm definitely not a ski bunny, I'm always in my black clothes!"
-Maria Bello on finding the time to hit slopes in between promoting the three films she's got at the festival.
10. Colin Farrell
"It's about an hour and a half long."
-Colin Farrell's cheeky response to a reporter who asked him what the dark comedy In Bruges is about at the film's premiere.
11. Emily Mortimer
"I forgot to bring my deodorant, so I've been checking all day to make sure I'm not too offensive!"
-Transsiberian star Emily Mortimer on forgetting to bring one of the must-have items for a grueling day of press interviews.
12. Stanley Tucci and Patricia Clarkson
"If I invite people to a screening, I say, 'Do you want to come see this really depressing movie I made?'"
-Director Stanley Tucci talking to the Sundance Channel about Blind Date, in which he stars with Patricia Clarkson.
13. Matthew Broderick
"All I did this afternoon was watch people skiing-some of them were good, some of them were not so good."
-Matthew Broderick, who took some time to enjoy his surroundings before the premiere of Diminished Capacity.
14. Saffron Burrows
"I brought my kettle. In the condo where I'm staying there's everything-a coffee maker, a blender...but no kettle!"
-Saffron Burrows on her Sundance must-have.
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15. Woody Harrelson
"My self esteem is so low right now."
-Woody Harrelson's reaction to Transsiberian co-star Emily Mortimer's observation that, while her husband, Alessandro Nivola, is often cast alongside starlets, she is usually matched with older male actors.
16. Lauren Graham
"Indie movies are just a bummer, but [our film] isn't as big a bummer as some of the other movies here."
-Lauren Graham giving a tongue in cheek description of her film, Birds of America, to CNN.
17. Melonie Diaz
"This is my third time at Sundance and it's always fun chaos, if that makes sense."
-Melonie Diaz on her Sundance press tour to promote the four films she has at this year's festival, including Be Kind Rewind with Jack Black.
18. Kate Mara
"When we got there none of us knew each other. On the first night, on the way back to the hotel after dinner, Woody [Harrelson] started a snowball fight. It was amazing to work with people I admire so much."
-Kate Mara on how she quickly warmed up to her Transsiberian co-stars while filming on location in Lithuania.
19. Virginia Madsen
"I want to see Paul Giamatti's film. Thomas Hayden Church is here and Sandra Oh is on the jury. I'm like, 'Hey, you guys! Why don't we have a reunion!' I don't think they’re into it. They've so moved on. I'm going to hunt them down, even if I have to do it one at a time!"
-Diminished Capacity star Virginia Madsen on her desire to reunite with the cast of Sideways during the festival.
20. Colin Hanks
"I'm trying to keep it all inside, but I could not be happier!"
-Colin Hanks to reporters at the premiere of The Great Buck Howard, which was produced by his famous father, Tom.
21. Adrian Grenier
"I fell pretty bad!"
-Adrian Grenier describing a spill on the slopes during a Sundance snowboarding run.