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Save the Date! The 2022 Sundance Film Festival is set for January 20 – 30.
Release Rundown: What to Watch in February, From “Drift” to “God Save Texas”
As releases continue to roll out over the coming months, the Festival lineup and projects supported by Sundance Institute’s artist programs are gifts that keep on giving.
Screenwriting: Crafting Your Short Film with Sundance Collab
In this eight-week live online course, you will learn the fundamentals of screenwriting and develop your original story idea into a short screenplay with accomplished filmmakers as your guides.
Spotlight Event: Creating Magic in Cinema with Mira Nair
On February 27, Nair will discuss working with actors, finding magic on set, and working internationally.
Advisor Studio: A Director’s Guide Through Pre-Production with Robert Mandel
On March 6, Mandel will discuss how to effectively communicate with your team.
Master Class: Building and Sustaining Your Career as a Writer and Director with Kasi Lemmons
Join us on March 20 for this live and interactive discussion.
“You Have to Feel Safe to Fail”: Quotes From a Conversation With Emerald Fennell, the Writer-Director of "Saltburn"
Fennell’s sophomore feature, Saltburn, proved to be one of the most talked-about films of 2023, and now the film’s writer-director —and co-producer — treats Collab members to a discussion about the project and her filmmaking process.
About The Sundance Institute
Founded by Robert Redford in 1981 with the mission of fostering new voices in American storytelling, the nonprofit Sundance Institute is a champion and curator of stories for the screen. Today, our team of 165 employees works year-round to offer 12 labs and intensives, grants exceeding $3 million, and ongoing mentorships that support more than 1000 artists each year. Each January, the Sundance Film Festival brings artists and audiences together for the premieres of groundbreaking work, and year-round, the Institute hosts a variety of public programs to amplify original voices, inspire new ideas, and rally our community in support of independent storytelling.