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Sundance USA: Meet the Venues

Posted Dec 7, 2011, by Sundance Institute

Sundance USA: Meet the Venues

On January 26, Sundance Film Festival USA dispatches nine filmmakers from Park City to nine cities across the country to…

Sundance USA: Meet the Venues

Posted Nov 8, 2011, by Sundance Institute

Sundance USA: Meet the Venues

On January 26, Sundance Film Festival USA dispatches nine filmmakers from Park City to nine cities across the country to screen…

#Transmedia in the Mountains: Sundance Launches New Frontier Lab

Posted Oct 23, 2011, by Joseph Beyer, Director of Digital Initiatives for Sundance Institute

#Transmedia in the Mountains: Sundance Launches New Frontier Lab

It’s been said that all the important ideas and projects in Sundance Institute’s storied 30-year history have started at picnic…

FAQ with Stacy Peralta

Posted Oct 19, 2011, by Stacy Peralta

FAQ: Stacy Peralta

Stacy Peralta is an Alumni Advisory Board Member and the director of three Sundance Film Festival documentary selections (…

Tinkering with Traditional Distribution

Posted Feb 7, 2011, by Claiborne Smith

Tinkering with Traditional Distribution

There was a reason the film industry buzz humming through Park City seemed particularly insistent during this year’s Festival.…

Q&A: Page One: A Year Inside the New York Times

Posted Jan 27, 2011, by Eric Hynes

Q&A: Page One: A Year Inside the New York Times

In documentaries as in life, there are few things as fascinating as a world in flux. For Page One: A Year Inside the New York…

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…

The Searchers

Posted Jan 26, 2011, by Eric Hynes

The Searchers

From the way Hollywood deals with matters of faith, you’d think it was a closed case.  Either belief is passively assumed, an…

Re-Defining Short Docs

Posted Jan 26, 2011, by Landon Zakheim

Re-Defining Short Docs

Last year’s Grand Jury Prize for U.S. Short Film went to Drunk History: Douglass  and Lincoln, the latest chapter in an online…

Q&A: These Amazing Shadows

Posted Jan 25, 2011, by Keith Harten

Q&A: These Amazing Shadows

Motion pictures are significant cultural, historical, and aesthetic artifacts, yet “50% of all films before 1950 no longer…

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