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Summer Film Series Continues with a Screening of CSNY Déjà vu for Utah Locals

Posted Jul 16, 2012, by Kara Cody, Utah Community & Student Programs Manager

Summer Film Series Continues with a Screening of CSNY Déjà Vu for Utah Locals

Wednesday night marked the second screening of the 2012 Summer Film Series with the documentary CSNY Déjà Vu. The University of…

2012 Sundance Summer Film Series Kicks Off with Under African Skies

Posted Jun 21, 2012, by Sarah West, Utah Community Development, Director

2012 Sundance Summer Film Series Kicks Off with Under African Skies

Cheers to 15 years of the Sundance Institute’s Summer Film Series!

Wednesday night we launched our 2012 Summer Film Series with…

Sally El Hosaini’s My Brother The Devil wins Best European Film at 2012 Berlin Film Festival

Posted Feb 20, 2012, by Holly Willis

Sally El Hosaini's My Brother The Devil Wins Best European Film at 2012 Berlin Film Festival

We want to offer our congratulations to Sally El Hosaini and the entire team behind My Brother the Devil for winning the Europa…

Celebrating the Festival’s Army of Volunteers

Posted Jan 27, 2012, by Keith Harten

Celebrating the Festival's Army of Volunteers

Every January, over 1,800 volunteers ascend to Park City, Utah, to work tirelessly for no pay. Last night, Sundance Institute…

A Committed Group of Volunteers Reunites Each Year at Sundance and Film Festivals Around the Country

Posted Jan 26, 2012, by Claiborne Smith

A Committed Group of Volunteers Reunites Each Year at Sundance and Film Festivals Around the Country

Phoebe Joecks remembers the first day she volunteered for the Sundance Film Festival. Joecks is by profession a “freelance…

Tree of Life Producer Sarah Green Headlines the 2012 Sundance Film Festival Producers Luncheon

Posted Jan 25, 2012, by Eric Hynes

Tree of Life Producer Sarah Green Headlines the 2012 Sundance Film Festival Producers Luncheon

Though it’s never been easy to make independent films—not by a long shot—the current economic climate has only made it harder…

Exploring the Future Normal at New Frontier 2012

Posted Jan 21, 2012, by Eric Hynes

Exploring the Future Normal at New Frontier 2012

When Sundance introduced the first New Frontier program at the Festival in 2007, in a cramped basement space on Main Street in…

Q&A: Amy Berg’s West of Memphis Provides an Ending to 18 Years of Hell

Posted Jan 21, 2012, by Claiborne Smith

Q&A: Amy Berg’s West of Memphis Provides an Ending to 18 Years of Hell

If you think the American justice system is chugging along just fine, West of Memphis will sober you up from that crazy trip in…

The Kimball Art Center 2.0: Park City’s Cultural Mecca Embarks on a Cutting Edge Design Overha

Posted Jan 20, 2012, by Jon Korn

The Kimball Art Center 2.0: Park City’s Cultural Mecca Embarks on a Cutting Edge Design Overhaul

Attendees of the Sundance Film Festival know Park City’s Kimball Art Center as the home of the Sundance House Presented by HP…

The Ever-Expanding 2012 Festival Music Program

Posted Jan 17, 2012, by Nate von Zumwalt, Editorial Coordinator

The Ever-Expanding 2012 Festival Music Program

Somewhere between the mind-blowing performances by musical luminaries like Lou Reed and Lyle Lovett -- and once prospective…

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