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National Award for Citizen Diplomacy Honors Robert Redford

Posted Nov 23, 2010, by Sundance Institute

National Award for Citizen Diplomacy Honors Robert Redford

On Wednesday, November 17 Robert Redford and Sundance Institute were honored with the National Award for Citizen Diplomacy. The…

Robert Redford Looks to 2011

Posted Nov 23, 2010, by Robert Redford

Robert Redford Looks to 2011

For most of us fall brings a chill in the air and the anticipation of the holidays. But for the team at Sundance Institute that…

A Writer’s Refuge

Posted Nov 22, 2010, by Greg Harrison

A Writer’s Refuge

Last month Creative Advisor Greg Harrison attended the Middle East Screenwriters Lab in search of “another round of magic.” In…

Transitions in Storytelling

Posted Nov 18, 2010, by Sundance Institute

Transitions in Storytelling

Recently on a chilly Friday in New York, a group of acclaimed photographers were brought together to discuss their journey to…

Shorts Programmer Profile: Emily Doe

Posted Nov 16, 2010, by Sundance Institute

Shorts Programmer Profile: Emily Doe

Meet Emily Doe, one of our new hires on the shorts programming team. We wanted to introduce you to one of the six people who…

The 2011 Snowflake: Milk Jug

Posted Nov 12, 2010, by Nate von Zumwalt

The 2011 Snowflake: Milk Jug

Over the next few months we’ll be chronicling memorable moments in Festival history as we reveal the mystery behind the 2011…

A Camerawoman’s Journey to Abu Dhabi

Posted Nov 10, 2010, by Kirsten Johnson

A Camerawoman’s Journey to Abu Dhabi

As a movie lover, the thought crossed my mind that during the 14 hour flight from New York to Abu Dhabi I could watch at least…

From Playwriting to Poetry

Posted Nov 9, 2010, by Christopher Hibma

From Playwriting to Poetry

Get it now! Sundance Institute Theatre Lab alum Shailja Patel's (2010 Theatre Lab at MASS MoCA) book Migritude was recently…

Spring Awakening Returns Home to Utah

Posted Nov 8, 2010, by Philip Himberg

Spring Awakening Returns Home to Utah

Theatre in Salt Lake City has always surprised and delighted me. More than two thousand miles away from the hustle and bustle…

The 2011 Snowflake: Shovel

Posted Nov 5, 2010, by Nate von Zumwalt

The 2011 Snowflake: Shovel

Over the next few months we’ll be chronicling memorable moments in Festival history as we reveal the mystery behind the 2011…

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