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5 Things You Should Know About the Making of California Solo

Posted Dec 6, 2012, by Nate von Zumwalt, Editorial Coordinator

5 Things You Should Know About the Making of California Solo

Never has a washed-up Scottish musician appeared more at home in the farm country peripheries of Los Angeles than in California…

John Cooper Talks Programing Process, Digital Distribution, and His Favorite Films of 2012

Posted Nov 29, 2012, by Sundance Institute

John Cooper Talks Programing Process, Digital Distribution, and His Favorite Films of 2012

On the heels of the 2013 Sundance Film Festival program announcement, Festival Director John Cooper hosted a Reddit ‘AMA’ (Ask…

John Cooper and Trevor Groth Dissect the 2013 Sundance Film Festival Program

Posted Nov 28, 2012, by Nate von Zumwalt, Editorial Coordinator

John Cooper and Trevor Groth Dissect the 2013 Sundance Film Festival Program

The assignment is unnerving: Shape an unwieldy 12,000 submissions into a svelte program of the world’s finest independent film.…

A Sundance Selection of Dysfunctional Families for Thanksgiving

Posted Nov 21, 2012, by Nate von Zumwalt, Editorial Coordinator

A Sundance Selection of Dysfunctional Families for Thanksgiving

Cue the platitudes about the perils of family gatherings. You know, the ones that have you equating Thanksgiving dinner with…

A Letter From Bird Runningwater

Posted Nov 20, 2012, by Bird Runningwater, Director, Native American and Indigenous Program

#ArtistServices Celebrates Native Heritage Month with Three Digital Premieres

As the Director of the Native American and Indigenous Program the most common question I get is “How can we see these Native…

Living in the Past: A Look Back at the Last Decade of the Sundance Film Festival

Posted Nov 12, 2012, by Nate von Zumwalt, Editorial Coordinator

A Look Back: The Past 10 Years of the Sundance Film Festival

Fall foliage, crisp wintry air, Thanksgiving turkey—autumn hardly begets a period of intense film contemplation. Nevertheless,…

Politically-Charged Sundance Films

Posted Nov 5, 2012, by Nate von Zumwalt, Editorial Coordinator

10 Politically-Charged Sundance Films to Break Your Election Fever

As America hovers in election limbo over the next 48 hours, we offer you a brief respite from the conjecture with a slate of…

November Now Playing

Posted Nov 1, 2012, by Sundance Institute

November Now Playing

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

Haunted Collection: 5 Sundance Halloween Flicks

Posted Oct 30, 2012, by Nate von Zumwalt, Editorial Coordinator

Haunted Collection: 5 Sundance Halloween Picks

On the eve of the year’s most devious day, and in deference to the spirits, creatures, and other nocturnal dwellers of our…

David Oyelowo Enters The Ring, Spike Lee’s Art House Remake, and Other Sundance Alumni Updates

Posted Oct 24, 2012, by Nate von Zumwalt, Editorial Coordinator

David Oyelowo Enters The Ring, Spike Lee's Art House Remake, and Other Sundance Alumni Updates

The post-Summer torpor at the box office is well underway, a seasonal trend that has hit studios and filmmakers with increased…

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