Kurt, you, your son Wyatt and your partner Goldie Hawn’s daughter Kate Hudson all had movies at Sundance. You and Goldie must be proud!
Kurt: I’m told that’s never happened before. We just laughed about it and think it’s great. I feel lucky that all our kids are able to do what they’re doing.
Wyatt: This is my second Sundance, and to get to be here with my family makes it even better. It’s hard enough to get us all in one place at home!
Kurt, what was it like seeing footage of your dad, an actor and baseball manager, and yourself as a young player in the documentary The Battered Bastards of Baseball?
Kurt: He died 12 years ago, and it was stunning to see him move and talk again. My nephews made the movie and found footage I’d never seen. I saw him the way I remembered him.
Wyatt, you got raves for your movie Cold in July. But how was seeing your grandfather in the documentary?
Wyatt: I cried when he came onscreen. It was also really interesting to see my dad at a young age and get to know him in a new way.
Kurt: I wish I could magically be 26 again and run into my kids. We would be best friends because we are identical.