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Sundance Institute Lab

One on One: Cara Mertes and Michelle Satter

Posted Jan 20, 2010, by Bridgette Bates

One on One: Cara Mertes and Michelle Satter

The 2010 Sundance Film Festival is bringing 50,000 people to a snowy decked-with -colored-lights Main Street, that from a…

Checking In: N.C. Heikin

Posted Nov 18, 2009, by Bridgette Bates

Checking In: N.C. Heikin

Director N.C. Heikin premiered her documentary Kimjongilia at the 2009 Sundance Film Festival. Her film uncovers one of the…

The Third Act

Posted Oct 21, 2009, by Bridgette Bates

The Third Act

The Jordanian desert hills, a storybook setting in itself, provides a perfect backdrop for storytellers to gather. The RAWI…

Q&A: Cold Souls

Posted Feb 4, 2009, by Bridgette Bates

Q&A: Cold Souls

Sophie Barthes' haunting comedy Cold Souls takes a literal cognitive journey into filmmaking. Paul Giamatti stars as himself,…

One on One: Natalia Almada and Dana Perry

Posted Jan 24, 2009, by Claiborne Smith

One on One: Natalia Almada and Dana Perry

What makes a person want to reveal private family history to a wide public? What makes us want to watch a movie that…

Q&A: Barking Water

Posted Jan 24, 2009, by Evany Thomas

Q&A: Barking Water

In Barking Water, the latest film from Sundance Institute Lab alum Sterlin Harjo, Irene (Casey Camp-Horinek) takes Frankie…

Q&A: Sin Nombre

Posted Jan 23, 2009, by Claiborne Smith

Q&A: Sin Nombre

Sin Nombre, Cary Joji Fukunaga’s harrowing first feature, is one of the most emotionally devastating films in the Festival…

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