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Andrew Ahn Gleans Insights From Coogler, Tewkesbury at the Screenwriters Intensive

Posted Feb 20, 2013, by Andrew Ahn, Filmmaker

Andrew Ahn Gleans Insights From Coogler, Tewkesbury at the Screenwriters Intensive

Andrew Ahn is a Los Angeles-based Korean-American filmmaker whose short film Dol (First Birthday) screened at the 2012 Sundance…

Meet the Sundance-Supported Oscar Nominees: The Invisible War

Posted Feb 12, 2013, by Nate von Zumwalt, Editorial Coordinator

Meet the Sundance-Supported Oscar Nominees: The Invisible War

Kirby Dick’s 2012 Sundance Film Festival Audience Award winner confronts one of the most disturbing and underpublicized…

Congratulations to 13 Sundance-Supported Films and Alumni On Their Oscar Nominations

Posted Jan 10, 2013, by Sundance Institute

Congratulations to 13 Sundance-Supported Films and Alumni On Their Oscar Nominations

Sundance Institute is thrilled to congratulate 13 Sundance-supported films and alumni on their Oscar nominations this morning.…

22 Sundance Institute-Supported Films at the 2013 Festival

Posted Dec 17, 2012, by Sundance Institute

22 Sundance Institute-Supported Films at the 2013 Festival

For 22 films (and one New Frontier installation), the 2013 Sundance Film Festival marks the culmination of a journey as much as…

7 Can’t Miss Films, Each Supported by the Feature Film Program

Posted Sep 7, 2012, by Sundance Institute

7 Can't Miss Films Coming to Theaters Near You

It's officially fall, and while the leaves don't exactly change here in Los Angeles, it does mean the Feature Film Program…

Little Birds Filmmaker Reflects on His Personal and Artistic Transformation

Posted Aug 31, 2012, by Elgin James, director, Little Birds

Little Birds Filmmaker Reflects on His Personal and Artistic Transformation

Elgin James is the writer and director of ‘Little Birds,’ a 2009 Sundance Institute Screenwriters and Directors Lab project and…

Starting Over

Posted Aug 22, 2012, by Brooke Swaney, 2012 NativeLab Fellow

Starting Over

I felt like I was back in Montana, only cast in a burnt-sienna type of light and a lot drier and warmer and with delicious…

Congress Passes Janey Ensminger Act, Fueled by Sundance-Supported Doc Semper Fi: Always Faithful

Posted Aug 7, 2012, by Nate von Zumwalt, Editorial Coordinator

Congress Passes Janey Ensminger Act, Fueled by Sundance-Supported Doc Semper Fi: Always Faithful

Last week was all at once the culmination and zenith of a journey for the audacious filmmaking team behind the Sundance…

Part 2: Clay Jeter and Charles Spano Dialogue

Posted Jul 11, 2012, by Clay Jeter and Charles Spano, Screnwriters Lab Fellows

Part 2: Clay Jeter and Charles Spano Dialogue

Clay Jeter and Charles Spano recently attended the Sundance Institute Screenwriters Lab in the mountains near Park City, Utah,…

Pentagon Revises Stance on Military Sex Crimes Depicted in Sundance-Supported doc, The Invisible War

Posted Jun 19, 2012, by Christine Spines

Pentagon Revises Stance on Military Sex Crimes Depicted in Sundance-Supported doc, The Invisible War

You'd be hard pressed to find any socially minded documentarian whose highest goal isn't to make a film that becomes a catalyst…

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