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Women Who Roar: Sundance 2012 is Rife with Feisty, Flinty Female Characters

Posted Jan 24, 2012, by Holly Willis

Women Who Roar: Sundance 2012 is Rife with Feisty, Flinty Female Characters

One of the bitter laments emanating from contemporary female audience members – and actresses, for that matter – concerns the…

Spike Lee Returns to Sundance (and His Old Brooklyn Stomping Ground) with Red Hook Summer

Posted Jan 23, 2012, by Eric Hynes

Spike Lee Returns to Sundance (and His Old Brooklyn Stomping Ground) with Red Hook Summer

On screen and off, Spike Lee always makes it interesting. Returning to Sundance with the entertaining and explosive Red Hook…

Wide Angle Thinkers: How Political Analyst Drew Westen Helps Candidates Connect with Voters

Posted Jan 23, 2012, by Eric Hynes

Wide Angle Thinkers: How Political Analyst Drew Westen Helps Candidates Connect with Voters

In addition to the 181 of films being presented at this year’s Festival, there’s also an ambitious slate of panels, populated…

Ice-T Leads a Journey Into the Trenches of Hip Hop

Posted Jan 22, 2012, by Nate von Zumwalt, Editorial Coordinator

Ice-T Leads a Journey Into the Trenches of Hip Hop

Some three decades after his emergence as a pioneering hip hop artist, Ice-T is once again beefing up his resume as an…

Beyond Theatre Walls: 2012 Off Screen

Posted Jan 12, 2012, by Nate von Zumwalt, Editorial Coordinator

Beyond Theatre Walls: 2012 Off Screen

What is film without discussion and debate? Or more to the point: What is the purpose of a film festival if the narrative ends…

Theatre Program Shines this Month

Posted Apr 15, 2011, by Sundance Institute

Theatre Program Shines this Month

“We clapped, the walls clapped, the ceiling clapped. Ah, the joy of being here! The joy of theatre!” exclaimed Deborah Asiimwe,…

Cinema of Outsiders

Posted Jan 27, 2011, by Mike Plante

Cinema of Outsiders

What makes a film independent? Its financing? The edginess of the director’s vision? However you define indie film, the notion…

Q&A: Miss Representation

Posted Jan 24, 2011, by Amelia Nielson-Stowell

Q&A: Miss Representation

Jennifer Siebel Newsom's empowering documentary Miss Representation explores the underrepresentation of women in media,…

Redford Opens the 2011 Festival

Posted Jan 21, 2011, by Eric Hynes

Redford Opens the 2011 Festival

In the moments before the 2011 Sundance Film Festival officially launched with the annual Day One press conference at the…

The Things Left Unsaid

Posted Dec 21, 2010, by Eric Hynes

The Things Left Unsaid

When Lynn Hershman Leeson first recorded footage for her latest film, she wasn’t a filmmaker, didn’t own a camera, and had no…

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