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Unfinished Spaces Reaches From Cuba to Puerto Rico

Posted Oct 5, 2012, by Jennifer Prediger, Film Forward Field Producer

Unfinished Spaces Reaches From Cuba to Puerto Rico

When Alysa Nahmias, co-director of Unfinished Spaces traveled with FILM FORWARD to Puerto Rico, she was in for a surprise.…

Native Artists and Audiences Convene in Oklahoma

Posted Oct 3, 2012, by Bethany Clarke

Native Artists and Audiences Convene in Oklahoma

The Chickasaw Cultural Center is located in Sulphur, Oklahoma, one and a half hours from Oklahoma City and two and a half hours…

October Now Playing: Sundance-Supported Films in Theaters

Posted Sep 26, 2012, by Sundance Institute

October Now Playing: Sundance-Supported Films in Theaters

Check out these Sundance Institute and Sundance Film Festival supported films hitting theatres across the country this month.

Found in Translation

Posted Sep 24, 2012, by Alysa Nahmias, co-director, Unfinished Spaces

Found in Translation

Alysa Nahmias is the co-director of 'Unfinished Spaces,' a documentary about the visionary design of Cuba's National Art…

Two Wings of One Bird: FILM FORWARD Finds Intersections Between Puerto Rico and Cuba

Posted Sep 21, 2012, by Alysa Nahmias, co-director, Unfinished Spaces

Two Wings of One Bird: FILM FORWARD Finds Intersections Between Puerto Rico and Cuba

Alysa Nahmias is the co-director of 'Unfinished Spaces,' a documentary about the visionary design of Cuba's National Art…

Heathers Heads to TV, Drake Doremus’ Web Series, and other Sundance Alumni Updates

Posted Sep 20, 2012, by Nate von Zumwalt, Editorial Coordinator

Heathers Heads to TV, Anthony Mackie's Surprising New Role, and other Sundance Alumni Updates

With last week’s semi-bizarre, fully nostalgia-inducing news that Bravo is on board to adapt a television series based on the…

Short Order: Coal: A Love Story captures a panoramic perspective on an environmental cause celebre

Posted Sep 14, 2012, by Mike Plante, Short Film Programmer

Short Order: Coal: A Love Story captures a panoramic perspective on an environmental cause celebre

Too often, the political landscape blurs into wide angle and you can’t see the individuals involved anymore. Films can bring…

6 Quick Tips On Sundance Ticketing

Posted Sep 11, 2012, by Sundance Institute

6 Tips On Sundance Ticketing

Registration for Festival Passes and Ticket Packages to the 2013 Sundance Film Festival opens Tuesday, September 18, and we’ve…

September Now Playing

Posted Sep 4, 2012, by Sundance Institute

September Now Playing

Check out these Sundance Institute and Sundance Film Festival supported films hitting theatres across the country this month.

Q&A with Detropia filmmakers on ditching the status quo and distributing their own movie

Posted Aug 28, 2012, by Christine Spines, Managing Editor

Q&A with Detropia filmmakers on ditching the status quo and distributing their own movie (with an assist from Artist Services)

The Motor City and Indiewood are in no immediate danger of being awarded Sister City status. On paper, independent filmmakers…

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