This year's Sundance Film Festival has turned into a family affair.
Celeb families braved the chilly temps in Park City, Utah this weekend to support their loved ones, with the likes of Gwyneth Paltrow, Goldie Hawn and more hitting various carpets at their family members' premieres.
Sporting a casual overcoat, gray top and jeans, the Goop founder was on hand for her brother Jake Paltrow's premiere of Young Ones Saturday, which he wrote and directed, posing with one of the film's stars, Elle Fanning.
Jake's film, which also stars Michael Shannon and Nicholas Hoult star in the film, takes place in the future and tells the tale of how a select few are surviving in the desolate conditions of Earth, in which water is now a scarcity.
Meanwhile, Goldie Hawn and Kurt Russell pulled double duties when it came to supporting their kids at Sundance, attending Hawn's daughter Kate Hudsons Wish I Was Here premiere, and their son Wyatt Russell's Cold in July dinner and party Saturday night hosted by LA's Sunset Hot Spot The Eveleigh.
Wish I Was Here is Zach Braff's Kickstarter-funded dramedy, which is centers on the story of 35-year-old Aidan Bloom, a struggling actor, father and husband who is still trying to find his purpose for life.
Following the film's premiere's Saturday night, Focus Features picked up domestic rights to it.
Wyatt stars in Cold in July, which takes place in 1980s East Texas and tells the story of two fathers pitted against each other in revenge.
Mary Steenburgen and Ted Danson also came out to support Steenburgen's son Charlie McDowell's directorial debut.
The film, which premieres Tuesday at the film festival, tells the tale of a couple struggling with their marriage, who escape for a weekend to better themselves and discover an unusual dilemma.