For a number of young ladies, this year’s Sundance was a kind of coming-out party, during which they were declared the latest “It” girls to prance through Park City. Among them: Elizabeth “Lizzie” Olsen, Brit Marling, and now, as the festival begins to wind down, Isabelle Fuhrman, the star of Salvation Boulevard, George Ratliff’s adaptation of Larry Beinhart’s comic novel about a mega-church community. The film, which was just picked up for distribution by IFC Films and Sony Pictures, also stars Pierce Brosnan and Marisa Tomei.Just 12-years-old, Fuhrman was until now best-known as the haunting face staring down from posters for the 2009 horror film Orphan. (You remember: the pale white face; the ribboned pig tails; the death stare.)To read the rest of Nicole's post on Sundance Channel, click here.