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4 Questions with Native Lab Fellow Christopher Kahunahana On His Project Karaoke Kings

Posted May 27, 2014, by Nate von Zumwalt, Editorial Manager

4 Questions with Native Lab Fellow Christopher Kahunahana On His Project Karaoke Kings

Last week the Sundance Institute Native American and Indigenous Program kicked of its annual Fellowship with an intensive…

The Golden Age of Creative Distribution Is Upon Us

Posted May 22, 2014, by PJ Raval, director, Before You Know It

The Golden Age of Creative Distribution Is Upon Us, Use These 5 Tips to Stay Ahead

This weekend I attended the sixth Sundance #ArtistServices workshop in Austin, Texas, presented by the Austin Film Society. As…

5 Takeaways from the Sundance Institute | Women in Film Financing Intensive

Posted May 21, 2014, by Caryn James

5 Takeaways from the Sundance Institute | Women in Film Financing Intensive

Money may not be the root of all evil, but it's certainly a root cause of one: holding back women filmmakers. Financing was the…

#ArtistServices Austin Workshop Tackles Crowdfunding Secrets, DCP 101, Piracy, and More

Posted May 20, 2014, by Eric M. Levy

#ArtistServices Austin Workshop Tackles Crowdfunding Secrets, Digital Distribution and Piracy

Eric M. Levy is a writer and director living in Los Angeles. He co-directed the indie feature, Congratulations, starring Brian…

The Rocket Shares Laos’ Legacy of War with Bosnia & Herzegovina

Posted May 16, 2014, by Kim Mordaunt, director, The Rocket

The Rocket Shares Laos' Legacy of War with Audiences in Bosnia & Herzegovina

The first screening in a new country is always so full of the unknown for me. Ours was at the American Corner in Zenica…

May Now Playing: Cold In July and God’s Pocket

Posted May 1, 2014, by Nate von Zumwalt, Editorial Manager

May Now Playing: Michael C. Hall in Cold In July, Philip Seymour Hoffman in God's Pocket

May is brimming with a full crop of films from the 2014 Festival making their theatrical releases. Among them, Jim Mickle’s…

Morphing the Shape of Story and the Moving Image

Posted Apr 28, 2014, by Kamal Sinclair, Senior Manager, New Frontier

Morphing the Shape of Story and the Moving Image

Experiencing the work of New Frontier artists often makes me feel like a kid at a magic show, watching modern day wizards…

Tom Hardy Doesn’t Miss a Frame in the Pensive Thriller Locke

Posted Apr 24, 2014, by Nate von Zumwalt, Editorial Manager

Tom Hardy Doesn’t Miss a Frame in the Pensive Thriller Locke

Can the merits of a man become unhinged by one moral misstep? In Steven Knight’s Locke, protagonist Ivan Locke’s (Tom Hardy)…

5 Earth Day Films That Will Change How You Treat Our Planet

Posted Apr 22, 2014, by Nate von Zumwalt, Editorial Manager

5 Earth Day Films That Will Change How You Treat Our Planet

In an era of incessant dispute concerning the Earth’s environment, one thing remains indisputable about our planet: It is the…

Inspired By: Sydney Freeland On C.S. Lewis, Casablanca, and Drunktown’s Finest

Posted Apr 18, 2014, by Nate von Zumwalt, Editorial Manager

Inspired By: Sydney Freeland On C.S. Lewis, Casablanca, and Drunktown's Finest

Director Sydney Freeland's tenacity to make Drunktown's Finest was born from a misguided news story. After seeing her hometown…

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