Thumbs up for hitchhiking movies! This still is from Calvin Lee Reeder’s 2008 short The Rambler at the Sundance Film Festival, developed five years later
Los Angeles, CA – The nonprofit Sundance Institute announced today the 2022 class of Sundance Ignite x Adobe Fellows. The Ignite x Adobe Fellowship is a
Fund Seeks to Empower Emerging Artists of Color Through Unrestricted Support Los Angeles, CA – The nonprofit Sundance Institute announced today ten US-based artists of
By Vanessa Zimmer Welcome to the final installment of our four-part series introducing the short films and their directors from this summer’s Sundance Film Festival
The air is warm and the days are longer, which means we’re smack dab in the middle of summer. That also means it’s right about
Ed Harris (left) shares his ideas with Chloe Zhao at the 2012 Directors Lab at the Sundance Institute. By Vanessa Zimmer Famed director Agnieszka Holland
By Stephanie Ornelas There’s something exhilarating about watching your favorite artists in major blockbuster films knowing that, through one way or another, they’re forever a
Park City, UT – Sundance Institute’s Local Lens program, which offers members of the Utah community access to free screenings and events year-round, has announced
Terrence Howard earned an Oscar nomination for his performance in Hustle & Flow. By Vanessa Zimmer July truly is a month for independents. Pun intended.
By Vanessa Zimmer Welcome to part three of our four-part series introducing the short films and their directors from the 2022 Sundance Film Festival Shorts
By Vanessa Zimmer ‘Tis July and the heat is on, both in our sun-filled days and in at least one Sundance Film Festival alum coming
By Stephanie Ornelas (Pictured: Frank and Lola) Las Vegas is a vibrant city full of secrets and glamor. It’s glitz and grit makes for a
By Vanessa Zimmer For Waldo Salt, writing a screenplay wasn’t about crafting a clever or witty piece of dialogue — although he could certainly do
By Vanessa Zimmer Welcome to part two of our four-part series introducing the short films and directors from the 2022 Sundance Film Festival Shorts Program.
Helen Shaver (second from left) portrays a New Yorker who travels to Reno, Nevada, to seek a divorce in 1959, in Donna Deitch’s Desert Hearts.