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Reinvention Stories: Braving the New World of Interactive Film

Posted Sep 30, 2013, by Kamal Sinclair, Senior Manager, New Frontier

Reinvention Stories: Braving the New World of Interactive Film

It is one thing to be a transmedia or interactive storyteller when you literally grew up on the Internet and are indigenous to…

Rich Hill Filmmakers Share 4 Lessons From the Doc Edit and Story Lab

Posted Sep 24, 2013, by Tracy Droz Tragos, co-director, Rich Hill

Rich Hill Filmmakers Share 4 Lessons From the Doc Edit and Story Lab

Tracy Droz Tragos is an Emmy Award-winning filmmaker and co-director of the work-in-progress film “Rich Hill.” To learn more…

Joseph Krings Named Recipient of the Sally Menke Memorial Editing Fellowship

Posted Sep 6, 2013, by Nate von Zumwalt, Editorial Manager

Joseph Krings Named Recipient of the Sally Menke Memorial Editing Fellowship

In 2010, the Sally Menke Memorial Editing Fellowship was created at Sundance Institute by the late film editor’s husband, Dean…

18 Days In Egypt: Collective Storytelling Counters Collective Amnesia

Posted Aug 26, 2013, by Kamal Sinclair, Senior Manager, New Frontier

18 Days In Egypt: Collective Storytelling Counters Collective Amnesia

I recently Skyped with the creative team of the New Frontier Story Lab’s alumni project 18 Days In Egypt as part of our…

5 Things You Should Know About Ain’t Them Bodies Saints

Posted Aug 15, 2013, by Nate von Zumwalt, Editorial Manager

5 Things You Should Know About Ain't Them Bodies Saints

“The before and after are almost always more interesting to me than any actual event,” notes David Lowery, the boundlessly…

Station To Station: Doug Aitken’s Traveling Art Show to Make 9 Stops Across U.S.

Posted Aug 12, 2013, by Nate von Zumwalt, Editorial Manager

Station To Station: Doug Aitken’s Traveling Art Show to Make 9 Stops Across U.S.

Doug Aitken is reconstructing the idea of the traveling artist. The multimedia artist’s newest project, “Station to Station,”…

The Silent History: Decoding Metaphysical Geo-Caches

Posted Jul 29, 2013, by Kamal Sinclair, Senior Manager, New Frontier

The Silent History: Decoding Metaphysical Geo-Caches

I remember taking a walking tour of Berlin many years ago, where the guide stopped every 10 meters to share a new and dramatic…

5 Questions With Theatre Lab Fellow Jackie Sibblies Drury

Posted Jul 25, 2013, by Nate von Zumwalt, Editorial Coordinator

5 Questions With Theatre Lab Fellow Jackie Sibblies Drury

Jackie Sibblies Drury is a Brooklyn-based playwright participating in the Sundance Institute Theatre Lab at Sundance Resort…

David Lowery Examines Frames From Ain’t Them Bodies Saints

Posted Jul 24, 2013, by David Lowery, director, Ain't Them Bodies Saints

Director David Lowery Examines Frames From Ain’t Them Bodies Saints

David Lowery attended the 2012 Sundance Institute January Screenwriters Lab with his screenplay for Ain’t Them Bodies Saints,…

Kickstart Gennadiy, From the Filmmakers Behind Blood Brother

Posted Jul 22, 2013, by Danny Yourd, poducer, Gennadiy

Kickstart Gennadiy, From the Filmmakers Behind Blood Brother

Danny Yourd was a producer on the 2013 Sundance Film Festival Grand Jury Prize-winning documentary Blood Brother, and is…

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