Escape From Tomorrow seems to be the film creating the most buzz at Sundance.  Drew McWeeny’s article for HitFix explains why you’ll want to see it, but also why it might never play outside of Park City:

See, the entire film is set inside the property at Walt Disney World in Orlando, Florida, and a fair amount of the film appears to have been actually shot on the property, during business hours, without anyone’s permission. It is largely stolen feature film, and while they were careful to change all the music so they’re not playing anything in the film that they could get sued over, they are still including tons and tons of familiar Disney iconography. Mickey Mouse, Goofy, Pluto, Donald Duck… all the costumed characters appear. We see huge chunks of the “Snow White” ride, portions of the “Winnie The Pooh” ride, material shot inside the Haunted Mansion. There’s an entire sequence built around waiting in line for the Buzz Lightyear ride. They go to Epcot, and Spaceship Earth is prominently featured and even blown up at one point. It feels like someone saw “Eraserhead” and said, “Hey, why don’t we get that guy to shoot an infomercial for the Magic Kingdom to get more families to come?” and this is the oh-so-not-what-they-wanted result. It is a magnificent, impossible nightmare.

Here’s hoping it finds a way out.