Open Society Institute Awards $5 Million To Support Sundance Institute And Documentary Films
The Sundance Institute will receive a $5 million grant for its Documentary Film Program to help raise awareness on human rights, the Open Society Institute announced today.
Sundance Institute Announces Six Fellows For The 2009 Sundance Institute Composers Lab
Creative Advisors Include Three-Time Academy Award Winner Walter Murch and Golden Globe Winner Harry Gregson-Williams
Sundance Institute Expands Support For Indie Film Producers With Creative Producing Initiative
New Documentary Creative Producing Lab Added; Feature and Documentary Film Fellows Announced
The Banff New Media Institute, ZER01, And Sundance Institute Announce The Locative Cinema Commission
Joint venture to stimulate and showcase new media technologies
The Cinereach Project At Sundance Institute
New Three-Year Grant Supports Socially Conscious Documentary and Feature Film Projects
Sundance Institute Announces Acting Company For 2009 Summer Theatre Lab
Pulitzer-Prize Winner Lynn Nottage to Act as Creative Advisor Along with Berkeley Rep's Tony Taccone
Sundance Institute Celebrates Summer With Junebug And Outdoor Screenings Of Riding Giants And Songcatcher
Junebug, featuring Amy Adams, screens July 1 at Park City Library. Surfing documentary Riding Giants screens under the stars August 3 in Salt Lake City. Songcatcher screens at City Park August 5.
Sundance Film Festival Reaches Record Economic Impact Of $92.1 Million 10-Day Event Boosts Utah Economy; Supports 1,968 Jobs; Generates Nearly $4 Million In State Tax Revenue; Attracts Worldwide Media Exposure In Excess Of $18 Million
Report Shows Festival Consistent, Significant Generator of Economic Activity
Sundance Institute Announces Fellows For 2009 Documentary Edit And Story Lab
Sixth Annual Lab Highlights Post-Soviet Societies, Middle East and Global Stories
Sundance Institute Announces 2009 George S. And Dolores Doré Eccles Foundation Directors Lab Fellow Andrew Okpeaha Maclean Selected For His Project About Friendship, Murder, And Turmoil In The Arctic
Sundance Institute announced today that Andrew Okpeaha MacLean, with his distinctive project, On the Ice, will be the 2009 George S. and Dolores Doré Eccles Foundation Directors Lab Fellow.