I just came from seeing the premiere of Amy Redford’s directorial debut, Guitar. Just two rows ahead of me was the (still gorgeous) golden head of her father, Sundance Film Festival founder, Robert Redford. He was wearing a black turtleneck, camel-colored scarf, glasses, and tried to stay as low-key as possible (not an easy task considering how fast the camera-phones came out) during his daughter’s big moment. Ms. Redford, who inherited her father’s blonde locks, introduced her movie, taking a moment to single out her star, the out-of-this-world beautiful Saffron Burrows, whom Ms. Redford referred to as "her muse." The film is shot entirely in New York, and is about a young woman who is diagnosed with cancer and given two months to live. Janeane Garofolo and David Wain both have cameos! At the Q&A following the premiere, Ms. Redford deflected all attention to her cast and crew (though "Dad" was thanked as well). As Mr. Redford left, signing autographs and posing for pictures, he flashed a mega-watt smile.