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Tel Aviv Refocused

Posted Apr 28, 2010, by Bridgette Bates

Tel Aviv Refocused

Outside the handful of cities with thriving film industries, there are cultural hot spots where artists are actively creating,…

Bookends to a Breakthrough

Posted Apr 28, 2010, by Bridgette Bates

Bookends to a Breakthrough

Earlier this month Sundance Institute’s Theatre Program temporarily moved one of their Labs from the Sundance Resort to…

Sundance Institute Announces Keri Putnam as New Executive Director

Posted Feb 24, 2010, by Sundance Institute

Sundance Institute Announces Keri Putnam as New Executive Director

Los Angeles, CA – Robert Redford, Founder and President of Sundance Institute, and Wally Weisman, Chairman of the Board, today…

And the Envelope, Please…

Posted Jan 30, 2010, by Eric Hynes

And the Envelope, Please…

Thirty-four films were awarded prizes in 29 categories, honoring both veteran and first-time filmmakers from the U.S. to…

Students in Name Only

Posted Jan 30, 2010, by Todd Luoto

Students in Name Only

It's hard to deny that higher education gets a bad wrap sometimes. Lackluster student events, hollow campus causes,…

Listening to the Story

Posted Jan 29, 2010, by Mike Plante

Listening to the Story

Regardless of the size and type of a film, music plays a crucial role in setting its tone. Whatever plays over the speakers…

Talkin’ Bout My Education

Posted Jan 28, 2010, by Claiborne Smith

Talkin' Bout My Education

186 films. Even if you attended all 10 days of the 2010 Festival, 186 movies (even if 73 of them are shorts) is a lot of…

Meet the Artists: Mohamed Al-Daradji, A Son of Baghdad

Posted Jan 27, 2010, by David Ng

Meet the Artists: Mohamed Al-Daradji, A Son of Baghdad

When Hollywood makes movies about the war in Iraq, location shooting often takes place in Jordan or the deserts of the American…

The New War Documentaries

Posted Jan 27, 2010, by Eric Hynes

The New War Documentaries

Three documentaries in this year’s Festival approach America’s overseas conflicts from very different angles, yet at heart they…

Opinion: Rodrigo García

Posted Jan 26, 2010, by Claiborne Smith

Opinion: Rodrigo García

A son of Nobel Prize-winning magical realist Gabriel García Márquez, Rodrigo García is an artist in his own right. His credits…

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