Why can't Robert Redford get any respect?

The Sundance Kid shoots back at critics

A quarter century after founding the Sundance Film Festival, Robert Redford still defends its role as a haven for indie mavericks, firing back at critics who claim it has sold out to commercial interests. As luminaries like Mike Tyson, Jack White and Anna Wintour descend on Park City to promote documentaries about them, Redford, 72, hit the slopes then argues over lunch that film, not glitz, is what makes Sundance continue to be relevant.

The New York Times