Thanks to our friends over at ComingSoon, we’ve got to see the first poster for intriguing documentary RUNNING FROM CRAZY by Barbara Kopple, which will focus on the life of the famous Hemingway’s and debut at the Sundance Film Festival that starts in Park City, Utah on the 17th January.

Scroll down for the poster, and here’s the official synopsis:

Hailed as one of the most distinguished families in American literature, the Hemingways have always exposed both their bright brilliance and their harrowing secrets. Two-time Academy Award winner and the only person to sweep all three of the Sundance Film Festival’s documentary awards for American Dream, Barbara Kopple focuses her newest film on Mariel Hemingway, a granddaughter of the legendary writer Ernest, as she explores her family’s disturbing history of mental illness and suicide. As a youngster, Mariel followed her supermodel sister, Margaux, into the acting world. Critics immediately praised Mariel’s natural talent, which created a deep rift between the sisters.

Kopple’s bold portrait of the Hemingways intertwines haunting archival footage from Margaux’s personal family documentary with scenes from Mariel’s life today as she advocates for suicide prevention and strives to live a rigorously healthy lifestyle to combat what appears to be her birthright. Mariel’s courageous journey of acceptance and introspection allows her to view her family and turbulent upbringing through new eyes and, for the first time, accept them with a peaceful heart.


For more official information, check out their Facebook page and a little more information over on their Sundance page.

Source: ComingSoon