Keynotes

Kickstarting Sundance

Posted Jul 26, 2011, by Yancey Strickler, Co-Founder of Kickstarter

Kickstarting Sundance

Kickstarter launched just over two years ago, and during that time film has been the dominant category on the site, accounting…

Our Obligation To Share

Posted Jul 25, 2011, by Ted Hope, Producer and Founder of Double Hope Films

Our Obligation To Share

There is no denying that the Indie Film World has changed. In many ways, “independence” is a true option now – in every step of…

Us vs. Them

Posted Jul 25, 2011, by Reid Carolin

Us vs. Them

I took the documentary I produced, Earth Made of Glass, to Tribeca last year. It was the first time I’d ever been involved with…

Theatrical 2000!

Posted Jul 25, 2011, by Mike Plante

Theatrical 2000!

Films used to put years in the titles to sound futuristic: 1984, Death Race 2000, 2001: A Space Odyssey. Now that we are a…

Adventures in Specialized Distribution We Were Here

Posted Jul 25, 2011, by Paul Federbush & Laura Kim

Adventures in Specialized Distribution We Were Here

When my partner Laura Kim and I started our distribution company, Red Flag Releasing, we did so with our eyes open. We both…

An Exhibitor’s Blog About Love

Posted Jul 25, 2011, by Russ B. Collins

An Exhibitor’s Blog About Love

Filmmakers, we love you!  We want you to join us in a dialogue about getting your films exhibited.
 
I express this love and make…

Welcome to #ArtistServices

Posted Jul 25, 2011, by Joseph Gordon-Levitt

Welcome to #ArtistServices

The Sundance Institute, for me, has been the richest source of creative inspiration for as long as I can remember.  Not only…

TfF: Twitter for Filmmakers, Part One

Posted Jul 24, 2011, by Josh Grau, Brand Solutions at Twitter

TfF: Twitter for Filmmakers, Part One

Greetings Sundance Alumni!  I’m thrilled to be a contributor to this exciting new Artist Services site and help share some…

A Failure (or Opportunity) to Communicate

Posted Jul 20, 2011, by Marc Ruxin, Chief Innovation Officer of UM

A Failure (or Opportunity) to Communicate

“What we’ve got here is (a) failure to communicate…,” the warden said to the prisoner 45 years ago. Hasn’t this always been the…

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