With the first weekend of the 2020 Sundance Film Festival officially over, we're looking back at all of the star sightings, celeb interactions and film premiere events that we can't stop thinking about.
There was Taylor Swift's highly-anticipated appearance on opening night for the premiere of her new Netflix documentary, Miss Americana, and Mark Ronson's appearance at Tao park City for his Chase Sound Check set kicking things off that same night.
Hillary Clinton also made waves in Park City this weekend while premiering her Hulu docuseries, Hillary, and promoting it throughout the weekend with Huma Abedin by her side.
Mila Kunis and Ashton Kutcher had a rare public date night to celebrate Kunis' new film, Four Good Days, while her co-star, Glenn Close, made a splash with the headline-making tie-dye sweater that she wore for a variety of appearances to promote the movie.
There were several hot spots sprinkled around Main Street, including Chase Sapphire on Main, which hosted a slew of star-studded premiere parties and panel events, as well as HBO's Our Stories to Tell space, which celebrated minority stars and filmmakers with several top-notch events, including a dinner on Friday night which saw stars like Kerry Washington and Issa Rae mingling with Eva Longoria and America Ferrera.
The WarnerMedia Lodge was also a celeb magnet, hosting a massive welcome party on Friday night and a Bootsy Bellows nightclub popup the next. The other late-night spot that proved to once again be a star favorite? Tao Park City, which hosted the likes of Post Malone, Camila Mendes and Nicholas Braun throughout the weekend.