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In One Word… The Indie Producers Challenge

Posted Aug 18, 2011, by Sundance Institute

In One Word… The Indie Producers Challenge

As the spiritual closing of the Creative Producing Summit, Sundance Film Festival Director John Cooper wrapped up the weekend…

Kickstart Rugged Guy

Posted Aug 16, 2011, by Jason Asenap

Kickstart Rugged Guy

Jason Asenap is a Comanche/Muskogee Creek writer and filmmaker originally from Walters, Oklahoma, but now residing in…

Kickstart Codependent Lesbian Space Alien Seeks Same

Posted Aug 16, 2011, by Madeleine Olnek

Kickstart Codependent Lesbian Space Alien Seeks Same

Madeleine Olnek is a New York-based filmmaker, director, and playwright whose debut feature, Codependent Lesbian Space Alien…

Kickstart Iriba Center

Posted Aug 10, 2011, by Anne Aghion

Kickstart Iriba Center

Anne Aghion is a New York-based documentary filmmaker whose films Gacaca, Living Together in Rwanda and In Rwanda, We Say ‘The…

Tip of the Week: Think of Digital Platforms as Stores

Posted Aug 9, 2011, by Orly Ravid, Founder, The Film Collaborative

Tip of the Week: Think of Digital Platforms as Stores

Orly Ravid, founded The Film Collaborative (TFC), a nonprofit educational and services organization dedicated to indie film…

John Cooper on Why John Cooper Loves #ArtistServices

Posted Aug 1, 2011, by John Cooper, Director of Sundance Film Festival

John Cooper on Why John Cooper Loves #ArtistServices

The launch of the next realm of "Sundance" fills me with both pride and optimism. Frankly, I was getting weary of the…

Artist Services Reaches Out

Posted Jul 27, 2011, by Bridgette Bates

Artist Services Reaches Out

Sundance Institute announced the expansion of the #ArtistServices Initiative, a program to help Institute alumni navigate the…

Kickstart I Am Secretly An Important Man

Posted Jul 27, 2011, by Peter Sillen

Kickstart I Am Secretly An Important Man

Peter Sillen is a New York-based documentary filmmaker whose documentary shorts Speed Racer and Branson: Musicland USA screened…

Welcome to #ArtistServices

Posted Jul 27, 2011, by Joseph Gordon-Levitt

Welcome to #ArtistServices

The Sundance Institute, for me, has been the richest source of creative inspiration for as long as I can remember.  Not only…

The Reality of #ArtistServices (Or a Doc’s POV)

Posted Jul 26, 2011, by Cara Mertes - Director, Sundance Institute Documentary Film Program

The Reality of #ArtistServices (Or a Doc’s POV)

1989, 2002, 2004. Doc lovers will recognize the dates as the years that Michael Moore released the films Roger and Me, Bowling…

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