Photos from the 2005 Sundance Film Festival

Steve James is the director of "Reel Paradise," a documentary about indie film representative John Pierson, who moved to Fiji to show movies for free. James' most famous credit in "Hoop Dreams." (Photo by Roger Ebert)

Indie film representative John Pierson (left), whose clients include Spike Lee and Kevin Smith, decided to move with his family to an outlying Fiji island and show movies in the local theater for a year. "Reel Paradise" is the documentary about their experience. Pictured from left to right are John Pierson, his daughter Georgia, his son Wyatt and his wife Janet. (Photo by Roger Ebert)

At Sunday night's jam-packed Cinetic Media party at Zoom are "Reel Paradise" director Steve James (right) with his film's subjects, John Pierson and Janet Pierson. Cinetic is selling the film here at Sundance, where it had its world premiere.

Photo by Brian Brooks/indieWIRE

The Pierson family, director Steve James, and various members of the crew behind Sundance selection Reel Paradise. This photo was taken shortly after the film's world premiere at the Library theater in Park City.

Photo by Matt Dentler

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