Film Society's Daily Buzz is back on the air in Park CIty. For the fourth year, the FIlm Society of Lincoln Center is presenting a daily radio show from the Sundance Film Festival. 

Following trips to Sundance, SXSW and Cannes last year, Film Society's Daily Buzz returns to Utah for daily programs originating from Main Street in Park City. The show is launching with the opening of the festival and will continue through next week.

Hosted by the Film Society of Lincoln Center's Eugene Hernandez, the Daily Buzz features contributions by FSLC's Brian Brooks, who is co-hosting the opening hot topics roundtable segment each day and also covering the festival for FilmLinc Daily. Other Film Society staff members attending the festival are participating, as well.

Produced by Irene Cho, the daily program is broadcast each evening on KCPW (88.3FM/105.3FM) and online at It is also available here at and as an iTunes podcast. Sponsors of this year's show include Soyombo Vodka, SkullCandy, Cloud Electronics, and Sabra Hummus.

Among the guests already booked for the 2014 edition of the Sundance show are filmmakers Gregg Araki (White Bird in a Blizzard), Joe Berlinger (Whitey: United States of America v. James J. Bulger), Steve James (Life Itself), Ira Sachs (Love is Strange), Joe Swanberg (Happy Christmas) and Alex Ross Perry (Listen Up Philip).

Also slated for Daily Buzz over the next week are Anne Hathaway (Song One), Catherine Keener (War Story), John Lithgow (Love is Strange), Alfred Molina (Love is Strange), Kurt Russell and George Takei (To Be Takei) as well as journalists Dana Harris (Indiewire), and Brooks Barnes (The New York Times).

Sundance Film Festival director John Cooper is also on tap as are a number of film industry insiders, including Arianna Bocco (IFC Films), Ira Deutchman (Emerging Pictures/Columbia University), Dusty Smith (Gravitas Ventures), Tom Quinn (Radius-TWC), Ryan Werner (Cinetic Media) and Sundance Institute head Keri Putnam.

Recorded each morning in Park City, the show will be hosted at Microsoft’s space at Sundance (444 Main Street) as part of the 1MSQFT of culture program and at the Chase Sapphire On Main Studio (528 Main Street).