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Sundance Institute Coast to Coast (Update: Coming to Michigan)

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Nate von Zumwalt

I ‘ve been everywhere, man,” Hank Snow sang in his sprawling ditty calling out destinations across America. Sundance Institute embarks on its own rendition of a national tour in the coming months with screenings, labs, and workshops in cities across the U.S. Here’s an early breakdown of the events coming to a city near you so that you can pencil us in, but check back for updates as we continue to announce more program and event information.

Up Next:

June 16-19: Film Forward in Detroit, Dearborn, and Ann Arbor
June 18: New Frontier Day Lab at Wayne State
June 19: New Frontier Native Forum at Wayne State


Austin, TX

May 30th: #ArtistServices Workshop

Detroit, MI

June 16-19: Film Forward in Detroit, Dearborn, and Ann Arbor
June 18:
New Frontier Day Lab at Wayne State
June 19: New Frontier Native Forum at Wayne State

Honolulu, HI

March 21st: ShortsLab

Los Angeles, CA

August (Dates TBA): ShortsLab

Miami, FL

April 25th: ShortsLab
Noon @ O Cinema, Miami Beach
Speakers: Michael Almereyda, Sara Colangelo, Kenny Riches
FREE with RSVP

New York, NY

April 18th: Documentary Post-Production Fellowship Event
May 9th: Sundance Institute Film Music Program @ NYU: Steinhardt
June 6th: ShortsLab

St. Paul, MN

April 28: ShortsLab St. Paul
Speakers: Eliza Hittman and Andre Droz Palermo
April 28-May 1: Film Forward in St. Paul, Minneapolis, and Northfield

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