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Andrew Rossi Investigates the Alarming Cost of Education in Ivory Tower

Posted Jan 19, 2014, by Jeremy Kinser

Andrew Rossi Investigates the Alarming Cost of Education in Ivory Tower

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

Jesse Moss On Morality, Desperation, and His Dogged Devotion to Making The Overnighters

Posted Jan 18, 2014, by Eric Hynes

Jesse Moss On Morality, Desperation, and His Dogged Devotion to Making The Overnighters

Not only is The Overnighters, Jesse Moss’s U.S. Documentary Competition entry at this year’s Festival, a powerful and complexly…

Artists and Backers Convene For An Artist At the Table

Posted Jan 17, 2014, by Nate von Zumwalt, Editorial Manager

Artists and Backers Convene For 'An Artist At the Table'

Last night as part of a vibrant opening night at the Festival, artists and patrons gathered at the Stein Eriksen Lodge in Deer…

#FreeFail: Indie Film Game-Changer Outs Herself as a Failure (Despite Evidence to the Contrary)

Posted Jan 16, 2014, by Jennie Livingston

#FreeFail: Indie Film Game-Changer Outs Herself as a Failure (Despite Evidence to the Contrary)

On Monday, January 20, with #FreeFail, the Sundance Film Festival will dedicate a day to exploring a vital aspect of the…

Congratulations to 7 Sundance-Supported Films and Alumni On Their Oscar Nominations

Posted Jan 16, 2014, by Sundance Institute

Congratulations to 7 Sundance-Supported Films On Their Oscar Nominations

Sundance Institute is thrilled to congratulate 7 Sundance-supported films and alumni on their Oscar nominations this morning,…

Your Guide to 2014 Festival Panels and Conversations

Posted Jan 15, 2014, by John Nein, Senior Programmer

Your Guide to 2014 Festival Panels and Conversations

Part of the Sundance Film Festival’s vitality is the culture of conversation we cultivate around the films in the program, with…

Previewing the Native Film Presence at the 2014 Sundance Film Festival

Posted Jan 6, 2014, by Bird Runningwater, Director, Native and Indigenous Program

4 Films Round Out an Eclectic Native Presence at the 2014 Sundance Film Festival

This year marks 20 years of the formal existence of the Sundance Institute Native American and Indigenous Program and the…

#FreeFail: Stacy Peralta On the Z-Boys and Embracing Failure

Posted Jan 2, 2014, by Stacy Peralta

#FreeFail: Stacy Peralta On the Z-Boys and Embracing Failure

On Monday, January 20, with #FreeFail, the Sundance Film Festival will dedicate a day of panels, workshops, and special events…

Justin Simien’s 5 Sundance iTunes Picks

Posted Dec 23, 2013, by Chris Horton, Associate Director, #ArtistServices

Justin Simien's 5 Sundance Picks Available On iTunes

In the spirit of Sundance Film Festival's upcoming 30th Anniversary, Sundance Institute's #ArtistServices program partnered…

5 Things You Should Know: Hoop Dreams Revived for the 2014 Festival

Posted Dec 11, 2013, by Nate von Zumwalt, Editorial Manager

5 Things You Should Know: Hoop Dreams Revived, Restored for the 2014 Festival

Don’t look now, but it’s been two decades since filmmakers Steve James, Peter Gilbert, and Frederick Marx premiered their…

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