Sundance Institute supports bold, creative, independent art and artists.
Our spaces and events encourage the open exchange of ideas and perspectives with a freely flowing discourse anchored in mutual respect. Robust and inclusive debate is intrinsic to our community values and we encourage all festival goers to follow the golden rule: Treat others the way you want to be treated.
We hold steadfast in our commitment to freedom of creative expression while simultaneously lifting up anti-racist, anti-sexist, and anti-discriminationatory practices in all areas of the Sundance Insitute Community. We strive to protect community members from conduct that is inappropriate, disruptive, abusive, or threatening.
Therefore, we ask that everyone in the Sundance community—artists, audiences, volunteers, press, industry, staff, and beyond—does their part in creating an environment that is welcoming to all by committing to being:
If you experience or witness any inappropriate conduct, you can report it via one of the following methods and a member of the Safety & Belonging Team will respond as soon as possible, no later than 12 hours.
All incidents that violate our commitment to one another will be subject to an immediate and equitable review process.