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A Celebration of Music in Film with Ice-T, Chuck D, and Grandmaster Caz

Posted Jan 22, 2012, by Bridgette Bates

A Celebration of Music in Film with Ice-T, Chuck D, and Grandmaster Caz

Yesterday afternoon, Ice-T, a pop-cultural jack-of-all trades, added one more notch to his creative tool belt: Director. He…

Gingger Shanker Guest Blogs about her Directors Brunch Odyssey

Posted Jan 22, 2012, by Gingger Shankar

Gingger Shanker Guest Blogs about her Directors Brunch Odyssey.

Gingger Shankar is a Sundance Institute Alumni Advisory Board Member and the director of the 2012 New Frontier installation…

At the Annual Directors Brunch, Robert Redford Walks the Spirit of Sundance

Posted Jan 22, 2012, by Christine Spines, Managing Editor

At the Annual Directors Brunch, Robert Redford Walks the Spirit of Sundance

Sometime around 10:30 am on Day Three of the Sundance Film Festival, a pack of road-weary filmmakers piled out of a…

Rodrigo Cortés’ Red Lights Shines a Supernatural Spotlight on Cillian Murphy and Sigourne

Posted Jan 21, 2012, by Bridgette Bates

Rodrigo Cortés’ Red Lights Shines a Supernatural Spotlight on Robert De Niro, Sigourney Weaver, and Elizabeth Olsen

On Friday night, when Rodrigo Cortés premiered Red Lights to a packed Eccles Theatre, he offered up a piece of advice to the…

Five Fests and Counting: Gingger Shankar’s Day One at Sundance

Posted Jan 20, 2012, by Gingger Shankar, Director, Himalaya Song

Five Fests and Counting: Gingger Shankar's Day One at the Sundance Film Festival

This is my fifth time to Park City for the Sundance Film Festival. Every year brings the familiar excitement of digging up…

Life in A Day: A Comprehensive Overview of Day One Debuts

Posted Jan 20, 2012, by Sundance Institute

Life in A Day: A Comprehensive Overview of Day One Debuts

If cultural historians were to happen upon a time capsule containing the 2012 Sundance Film Festival’s Day One lineup of films,…

American Splendor filmmaker recalls a Sundance debut marked by her own jitters, warmly enthusiastic

Posted Jan 19, 2012, by Shari Springer Berman, director, American Splendor

American Splendor Filmmaker Recalls a Sundance Debut Marked by Her Own Jitters, Warmly Enthusiastic Crowds...and Al Gore

We were mildly terrified as we drove up the mountain to Park City for the first time. Prior to American Splendor, we had…

2012 Sundance Film Festival Livestream Schedule

Posted Jan 16, 2012, by Michael Latt, Intern, Content Marketing

2012 Sundance Film Festival Livestream Schedule

Whether you’re attending this year's Festival as a non-credential holder or are lamenting your absence from the Park City…

Meet the Guest Tweetniks Class of 2012

Posted Jan 15, 2012, by Sundance Institute

Meet the Guest Tweetniks Class of 2012

For those of you tech savvy readers who followed @sundancefest on Twitter during the 2011 Festival, you witnessed our second…

Screenplay Reading Series Showcases New Voices

Posted Jan 12, 2012, by Sundance Institute

Screenplay Reading Series Showcases New Voices

The Feature Film Program ended last year on a high note, producing installments of our Screenplay Reading Series of Works in…

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