Sundance Institute recognizes that it's not enough to merely provide access to digital distribution and funding opportunities. Another key ingredient is creative marketing. Using our unique collaborations with Facebook and Twitter, and a community of Best Minds in these arenas, we hope to provide you with the tools and inspiration to be successful.
Marketing consultants, PR pros, and other experts will contribute regularly to this site so you can benefit from their knowledge and experience. As #ArtistServices develops with your input, we'll be looking for even more opportunites to expand our marketing support for your work.
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It was a dream to have the world premiere of my first feature documentary at the 2011 Sundance Film Festival. The film was ...
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