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Is College Worth It? Andrew Rossi Investigates the Alarming Cost of Education in Ivory Tower

Posted Jun 13, 2014, by Jeremy Kinser

Is College Worth the Cost? Andrew Rossi Investigates in Ivory Tower

Documentary filmmaker Andrew Rossi is drawn to worlds that at first seem impenetrable. In his previous film, the riveting Page…

5 Sundance-supported LGBT films (that aren’t actually LGBT films)

Posted Jun 9, 2014, by Casey De La Rosa, Associate Director, Media Relations

5 Sundance-Supported LGBT Films (that aren’t actually LGBT films)

Each June for the past few years, we’ve spent some time looking back on the LGBT characters we know and love (see here and here

Michael Tully’s Homage to the ‘80s, Ping Pong Summer

Posted Jun 5, 2014, by Eric Hynes

Michael Tully On His Homage to the '80s, Ping Pong Summer

A lot of filmmakers have passion projects. They’ll have scripts that remain on the docket for years, waiting for right time and…

Glenn Close and Damien Chazelle Honored at Sundance Institute New York Benefit

Posted Jun 4, 2014, by Sundance Institute

Glenn Close and Damien Chazelle Honored at the Sundance Institute New York Benefit

Throughout Glenn Close’s distinguished career – she’s received an Emmy, Golden Globe and Tony Award, plus six Academy…

Now Playing: Obvious Child and Ping Pong Summer Round Out a Droll June

Posted May 29, 2014, by Nate von Zumwalt, Editorial Manager

Now Playing: Obvious Child and Ping Pong Summer Round Out a Droll June

“Remember from before when we did sex to each other?” asks Jenny Slate’s character in Obvious Child, a rom-com redux that…

Filmmaking As Therapy: 4 Questions with Native Lab Fellow Carmen Tsabetsaye

Posted May 29, 2014, by Nate von Zumwalt, Editorial Manager

Filmmaking As Therapy: 4 Questions with Native Lab Fellow Carmen Tsabetsaye

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

Announcing the 2014 Sloan Commissioning Grantee, and a Call For Science-Themed Submissions

Posted May 28, 2014, by Anne Lai, Creative Producing Initiatives Director, Feature Film Program

Announcing the 2014 Sloan Commissioning Grantee, and a Call For Science-Themed Submissions

Each year, as part of our long-running partnership with the Alfred P. Sloan Foundation, Sundance Institute searches for…

Crowdfunding and Its Hybrids are Worth It

Posted May 28, 2014, by Camille Scioli Chambers

Crowdfunding and Its Hybrids are Worth It (And How What You Don't Know Can Hurt You)

Camille Scioli Chambers is an independent producer, production coordinator and all around creative resources maven from Austin,…

The Future is Now: 5 Things pushing the art and form of storytelling

Posted May 27, 2014, by Ruthie Doyle, Sundance Institute New Frontier Story Lab

The Future is Now: 5 Things Pushing the Art and Form of Storytelling

As I reflect on my tenure with Sundance Institute’s New Frontier Story Lab, I’ve been considering some ways innovation is…

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…

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