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Deadline Alert: 2014 Time Warner Native Producer Fellowship

Posted Oct 3, 2013, by Ross Chaney, Time Warner Native Producer Fellow

Deadline Alert: 2014 Time Warner Native Producer Fellowship

Ross Chaney is a 2013 Time Warner Native Producer Fellow. Click here to apply for the 2014 Fellowship.

Being a part of the…

Shifting Narratives Through Documentary Film: A Case Study of Budrus

Posted Apr 12, 2013, by Julia Bacha

Shifting Narratives Through Documentary Film: A Case Study of Budrus

Julia Bacha is the director, producer, and writer of Budrus, which received a Sundance Documentary Film Grant in 2009.

The past…

Kickstart Best Kept Secret

Posted Nov 30, 2011, by Danielle DiGiacomo

Kickstart Best Kept Secret

Danielle DiGiacomo is an independent film producer, consultant, and programmer based in New York City. She participated at the…

Apply Now: 2012 Creative Producing Fellowship

Posted Nov 22, 2011, by Anne Lai, producer in residence, Feature Film Program

Apply Now: 2012 Creative Producing Fellowship

Autumn in the Sundance offices is always a busy and exciting time. The Festival is around the corner and we in the Feature Film…

Native Producers Convene

Posted Aug 22, 2011, by Heather Rae

Native Producers Convene

Heather Rae is a filmmaker and Sundance Institute trustee who has produced three Sundance Film Festival selections including…

In One Word… The Indie Producers Challenge

Posted Aug 18, 2011, by Sundance Institute

In One Word… The Indie Producers Challenge

As the spiritual closing of the Creative Producing Summit, Sundance Film Festival Director John Cooper wrapped up the weekend…

Real-Timey Beats Old-Timey Every Timey

Posted Jun 7, 2011, by Joseph Beyer

Real-Timey Beats Old-Timey Every Timey

Joseph Beyer works as Director of Digital Initiatives for Sundance Institute and oversees social-media strategy. He and his…

The Other Side of the World

Posted May 6, 2011, by Kate Dean, producer, Winter's Bone

The Other Side of the World

There is a long-standing joke of how far China is: it's the other side of the world. When I was little, I would imagine digging…

Kick It: Cinematographer Sees the Light with Crowdfunding

Posted Apr 14, 2011, by Zak Mulligan

Kick It: Cinematographer Sees the Light with Crowdfunding

Zak Mulligan is a NYC and LA-based cinematographer, perhaps best known for his Sundance Film Festival Excellence in…

Tip of the Hat to Sundance-Supported Oscar Noms

Posted Jan 25, 2011, by Sundance Institute

Tip of the Hat to Sundance-Supported Oscar Noms

Sundance Institute had a great showing at the Oscar nominations this year! Congrats to all these projects which have been…

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