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Sneak Peek at July’s ShortsLab: NYC

Posted Jun 26, 2013, by Mike Plante, Short Film Programmer

Sneak Peek at July’s ShortsLab: NYC

Each year at our ShortsLab workshops connect attendees with a vibrant group of filmmakers, actors, and talent behind the camera…

5 Questions For Ty Coughenour

Posted May 24, 2013, by Nate von Zumwalt, Editorial Coordinator

5 Questions For NativeLab Fellow Ty Coughenour

This week, four filmmaking Fellows take their short film projects to the homelands of the Mescalero Apache Tribe in New Mexico…

The Story of the Best Short Movie Ever Filmed on a Nokia Lumia 920

Posted May 14, 2013, by Joel Willans

The Story of the Best Short Movie Ever Filmed on a Nokia Lumia 920

Last month Jason van Genderen’s ‘Red Earth Hip Hop’ was announced as the winner of the Nokia Music Short Film Competition and…

Kickstart LEE, a Modern Tale of Native American Teen Life

Posted May 3, 2013, by Chloé Zhao, writer/director, LEE

Kickstart LEE, a Modern Tale of Native American Teen Life

Chloé Zhao is a New York-based independent filmmaker from Beijing, China, and an alum of the 2012 Screenwriters and Directors…

Francesca Gregorini Dispels Demons in Emanuel and the Truth About Fishes

Posted Apr 23, 2013, by Nate von Zumwalt, Editorial Coordinator

Francesca Gregorini Channels Personal Plight in Making Emanuel and the Truth About Fishes

Last January, as audience members inquired about arguably the most artistically liberated film at the 2013 Sundance Film…

Sundance Earth Day Selections: 2013 Edition

Posted Apr 19, 2013, by Nate von Zumwalt, Editorial Coordinator

Sundance Earth Day Selections: 2013 Edition

In this eco-conscious age of hybrid vehicles, carbon-cutting cleaning products, and urban composting, Earth Day appears to…

Jordan and Mexico: Under the Same Moon

Posted Apr 18, 2013, by Nate von Zumwalt, Editorial Coordinator

Faraway Lands, but Under the Same Moon

The disparities that demarcate life in Mexico and the landlocked Arab country of Jordan are, ostensibly, vast and boundless.…

Shorts Break: An Elfin Equine & A Fuel Famine

Posted Apr 17, 2013, by Mike Plante, Short Film Programmer

Shorts Break: An Elfin Equine & A Fuel Famine

In The Screening Room this week a past festival winner and a miniature horse that will win your heart.

First we have GASLINE,…

Shorts Break: Medieval Humor and the First-Ever IMAX Short

Posted Apr 10, 2013, by Mike Plante, Short Film Programmer

Shorts Break: Medieval Humor and the First-Ever IMAX Short

We are proud to share one of the more celebrated shorts of recent times - More, directed by Mark Osborne. This lovingly…

Sundance Google+ Hangout: Applying for the TED Prize Filmmaker Award

Posted Apr 5, 2013, by Sundance Institute

Sundance Google+ Hangout: Applying for the TED Prize Filmmaker Award

The Sundance Institute Documentary Film Program (DFP) hosted its first ever Google+ Hangout for filmmakers interested in…

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