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Getting There

Posted Jan 6, 2011, by John Cooper

Getting There

It is always a gratifying moment to see the Film Guide go live. After months of the film selection process, it is literally the…

Introducing the Sundance Institute Alumni Advisory Board

Posted Jan 6, 2011, by Sundance Institute

Introducing the Sundance Institute Alumni Advisory Board

Sundance Institute is proud to announce our first-ever Alumni Advisory Board. Our community begins with our artists, and we are…

A Small Fire

Posted Dec 21, 2010, by Christopher Hibma

A Small Fire

Adam Bock's A Small Fire (2010 Theatre Lab at MASS MoCA), directed by Trip Cullman, premieres at New York's Playwrights…

Native Producers Gathering

Posted Dec 14, 2010, by Bird Runningwater

Native Producers Gathering

The Native Program recently brought together five producers whose films have premiered at the Sundance Film Festival and…

A Night of Readings

Posted Dec 13, 2010, by Ilyse McKimmie

A Night of Readings

No matter which coast you’re on, last week the Feature Film Program had a screenplay reading for you!  On December 6 the…

December Now Playing

Posted Dec 9, 2010, by Sundance Institute

December Now Playing

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

‘Tis the Season

Posted Dec 8, 2010, by Christopher Hibma

‘Tis the Season

Powerhouse vocalist and 1998 Theatre Lab alum Karen Mason is celebrating the Christmas season on December 14 at New York’s…

Be There (and prove it): Sundance Film Festival Teams Up with Gowalla

Posted Dec 8, 2010, by Sundance Institute

Be There (and prove it): Sundance Film Festival Teams Up with Gowalla

For anyone who's made the trek up to Park City and attended the Sundance Film Festival, you know how much there is going…

The Path to Peace

Posted Nov 30, 2010, by Nic Dunlop, Julie LeBrocquy, Ricki Stern, and Annie Sundberg

The Path to Peace

While the release of Burmese freedom fighter Aung San Suu Kyi is celebrated all over the world, the struggle in Myanmar, Burma,…

Desert Stations

Posted Nov 29, 2010, by Faiza Saleh Ambah

Desert Stations

Based in Jiddah, Saudi Arabia, Faiza Saleh Ambah is a Saudi filmmaker with a background in journalism. She left her job as Gulf…

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