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Day Six: Shorts Awards, Cutie and the Boxer, and In a World…

Posted Jan 23, 2013, by Sundance Institute

Day Six: Shorts Awards, Cutie and the Boxer, and In a World...

Sundance.org is dispatching its writers to daily screenings and events to capture the 10 days of festivities during the…

Day Five: Shane Carruth’s Inscrutable Upstream Color, Narco Cultura Probes Mexican Drug Cartels

Posted Jan 22, 2013, by Sundance Institute

Day Five: Shane Carruth's Inscrutable Upstream Color, Narco Cultura Probes Mexican Drug Cartels

Sundance.org is dispatching its writers to daily screenings and events to capture the 10 days of festivities during the…

Day Four: Backup Singers in the Spotlight, Delpy and Hawke Return with Before Midnight

Posted Jan 21, 2013, by Sundance Institute

Day Four: Backup Singers Front and Center, Delpy and Hawke Return with Before Midnight

Sundance.org is dispatching its writers to daily screenings and events to capture the 10 days of festivities during the…

Day Three: Fruitvale Recounts BART Police Shooting, Doremus’ Breathe In Premieres

Posted Jan 20, 2013, by Sundance Institute

Day Three: Fruitvale Recounts BART Police Shooting, Doremus Premieres Breathe In

Sundance.org is dispatching its writers to daily screenings and events to capture the 10 days of festivities during the…

Day One Sundance Film Festival Roundup

Posted Jan 18, 2013, by Eric Hynes, Jeremy Kinser, and Nate von Zumwalt

Day One: Redford Rings In the Festival, Four Films Make Their World Premieres

Sundance.org is dispatching its writers to daily screenings and events to capture the 10 days of festivities during the…

Rainbow Bird

Posted Nov 19, 2012, by Brian Young, 2009 Native Lab Fellow

Kickstart Rainbow Bird

Brian Young is a 2009 Sundance Institute Native Lab Fellow and is using Kickstarter to help fund his new animated short film,…

Feel the transition, and let the transition fuel you

Posted Oct 29, 2012, by Razelle Benally, 2012 Native Filmmakers Lab Fellow

Feel the Transition, and Let the Transition Fuel You

Driving to the airport the morning before my departure, I stared aimlessly at passing cars, my thoughts focused on the…

Alumni Spotlight: Rory Kennedy’s Fascinating Account of a Political Dynasty in Ethel

Posted Oct 10, 2012, by Nate von Zumwalt, Editorial Coordinator

Alumni Spotlight: Rory Kennedy’s Fascinating Account of a Political Dynasty in Ethel

Documentary filmmaker and Sundance alumna Rory Kennedy’s new film Ethel—titled after the director’s mother and the delightful…

Finding Their Voice, Manifesting Their Vision

Posted Aug 26, 2012, by Shannon Martin, Director of the Ziibiwing Center of Anishinabe Culture & Lifeways, Saginaw Chippewa Indian Tribe of Michigan

Finding Their Voice, Manifesting Their Vision

“My people will sleep for 100 years, but when they awaken it will be the artists who give them back their spirit.”  - Louis…

Adam Bhala Lough Suggests I Fall in Love

Posted Jul 27, 2012, by Ciara Lacy, 2012 NativeLAB fellow

Adam Bhala Lough Suggests I Fall in Love

Ciara Lacy is a Native Hawaiian filmmaker who attended the 2012 NativeLab with her feature documentary project "Out of State."…

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