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Familiar Faces and Sundance Films Lead Stacked 2022 Spirit Award Nominees List

Here at Sundance, our passion for independent storytelling and cinema is at the center of everything we do. So, when the nominations for the 2022 Film Independent Spirit Awards were unveiled yesterday, we were thrilled to see so many familiar titles and names throughout the list including Zola, Jockey, Summer of Soul and more.

Check out the entire list of Sundance Spirit Award nominees below and make sure to root for them on March 6, 2022.

Best Feature – Zola

Best First Feature – Wild Indian, 7 Days

Best Female Lead – Taylour Paige (Zola), Patti Harrison (Together Together)

Best Male Lead – Clifton Collins Jr. (Jockey), Michael Greyeyes (Wild Indian)

Best Director – Janzica Bravo (Zola), Ninja Thyberg (Pleasure)

Best Documentary – Ascension, Flee, In The Same Breath, Summer of Soul  (…Or, When the Revolution Could Not Be Televised)

Best Supporting Female – Ruth Negga (Passing), Revika Anne Reustle (Pleasure)

Best Supporting Male – Colman Domingo (Zola), Troy Kotsur (CODA), Caske Spencer (Wild Indian)

Best Screenplay – Zola, Together Together

Best First Screenplay – Wild Indian, Mass

Best Editing – The Nowhere Inn, Zola

Best Cinematography – Passing, Zola

Robert Altman Award – Mass

John Cassavetes Award – Cryptozoo, Jockey

Someone to Watch Award – Alex Camilleri (Luzzu)

Best New Non-Scripted or Documentary Series – Philly D.A.

Sundance Institute’s Native American and Indigenous Program Stands By Navajo Code Talkers and The Art of Native Storytelling

Sundance Institute and the Sundance Institute Native American and Indigenous Program looked with sadness and dismay at yesterday’s White House ceremony meant to commemorate the unprecedented contributions of America’s Navajo Code Talkers. The event unfolded in a disrespectful tone that bears attention.
The hundreds of Native American Code Talkers who served in World War I and II deserve our undying gratitude and respect, and today we offer that to them and all veterans from the far reaches of America, including Indian Country, where Native people have served this country in every war in its history.

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Sundance Institute vigorously supports the National Endowment for the Arts, and calls upon our country’s leadership to do the same. NEA support played a crucial role in launching Sundance Institute in 1981 and has helped thousands of museums, arts programs and organizations. The NEA plays a critical role in building a culture that values artists and understands the important economic benefits of investing in the arts.

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Sundance Institute’s Native American and Indigenous Program Stands By Navajo Code Talkers and The Art of Native Storytelling

Sundance Institute and the Sundance Institute Native American and Indigenous Program looked with sadness and dismay at yesterday’s White House ceremony meant to commemorate the unprecedented contributions of America’s Navajo Code Talkers. The event unfolded in a disrespectful tone that bears attention.
The hundreds of Native American Code Talkers who served in World War I and II deserve our undying gratitude and respect, and today we offer that to them and all veterans from the far reaches of America, including Indian Country, where Native people have served this country in every war in its history.

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Sundance Institute’s Native American and Indigenous Program Stands By Navajo Code Talkers and The Art of Native Storytelling

Sundance Institute and the Sundance Institute Native American and Indigenous Program looked with sadness and dismay at yesterday’s White House ceremony meant to commemorate the unprecedented contributions of America’s Navajo Code Talkers. The event unfolded in a disrespectful tone that bears attention.
The hundreds of Native American Code Talkers who served in World War I and II deserve our undying gratitude and respect, and today we offer that to them and all veterans from the far reaches of America, including Indian Country, where Native people have served this country in every war in its history.

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NEA Proposed Cuts

Sundance Institute vigorously supports the National Endowment for the Arts, and calls upon our country’s leadership to do the same. NEA support played a crucial role in launching Sundance Institute in 1981 and has helped thousands of museums, arts programs and organizations. The NEA plays a critical role in building a culture that values artists and understands the important economic benefits of investing in the arts.

Sundance Institute’s Native American and Indigenous Program Stands By Navajo Code Talkers and The Art of Native Storytelling

Sundance Institute and the Sundance Institute Native American and Indigenous Program looked with sadness and dismay at yesterday’s White House ceremony meant to commemorate the unprecedented contributions of America’s Navajo Code Talkers. The event unfolded in a disrespectful tone that bears attention.
The hundreds of Native American Code Talkers who served in World War I and II deserve our undying gratitude and respect, and today we offer that to them and all veterans from the far reaches of America, including Indian Country, where Native people have served this country in every war in its history.

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