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Heathers Heads to TV, Drake Doremus’ Web Series, and other Sundance Alumni Updates

Posted Sep 20, 2012, by Nate von Zumwalt, Editorial Coordinator

Heathers Heads to TV, Anthony Mackie's Surprising New Role, and other Sundance Alumni Updates

With last week’s semi-bizarre, fully nostalgia-inducing news that Bravo is on board to adapt a television series based on the…

Exclusive Q&A with Liberal Arts’ filmmaker Josh Radnor

Posted Sep 12, 2012, by Christine Spines

Exclusive Q&A with Liberal Arts' filmmaker Josh Radnor

Actor-writer-director, Josh Radnor, whose wistful ode to love, neurosis, and early-onset midlife crisis, Liberal Arts screened…

What have you done for me lately? The ascent of Jennifer Lawrence and other Sundance alumni update

Posted Aug 28, 2012, by Nate von Zumwalt, Editorial Coordinator

What Have You Done For Me Lately? The Ascent of Jennifer Lawrence and Other Sundance Alumni Updates

The sheer volume of projects that pass through the programs of Sundance Institute can leave even the most tested indie film…

Five Things You Should Know About the Making of Robot & Frank

Posted Aug 16, 2012, by Nate von Zumwalt, Editorial Coordinator

Five Things You Should Know About the Making of Robot & Frank

Our latest installment in the “Five Things You Should Know” series probes perhaps the most inventive storyline from last year’s…

Craig Zobel Exposes the Need to Question Authority in Compliance

Posted Aug 15, 2012, by Claiborne Smith

Exclusive interview with Compliance director, Craig Zobel, on his creepy crank-call cautionary tale

Compliance may be the most difficult film to watch in the 2012 Sundance Film Festival program. No one gets their head gashed in…

Artistic Endeavor Can Change the Face of Africa

Posted Aug 13, 2012, by John Price, Former U.S. Ambassador

Artistic Endeavor Can Change the Face of Africa

John Price is the former U.S. Ambassador to Mauritius, Seychelles, and Comoros and a founding board member of the Utah…

5 Things You Should Know About the Making of Searching for Sugar Man

Posted Aug 8, 2012, by Nate von Zumwalt, Editorial Coordinator

5 Things You Should Know About the Making of Searching for Sugar Man

Sometimes the most effective documentaries are those that appear to be misclassified. Stories that, absent of a screenplay,…

5 Things You Should Know About the Making of Indie Game: The Movie

Posted Aug 2, 2012, by Nate von Zumwalt, Editorial Coordinator

5 Things You Should Know About the Making of Indie Game: The Movie

There is an inclination to briskly dismiss films that loiter along the periphery of our interests. After all, many of today’s…

Pentagon Revises Stance on Military Sex Crimes Depicted in Sundance-Supported doc, The Invisible War

Posted Jun 19, 2012, by Christine Spines

Pentagon Revises Stance on Military Sex Crimes Depicted in Sundance-Supported doc, The Invisible War

You'd be hard pressed to find any socially minded documentarian whose highest goal isn't to make a film that becomes a catalyst…

5 Things You Should Know About the Making of Your Sister’s Sister

Posted Jun 8, 2012, by Nate von Zumwalt, Editorial Coordinator

5 Things You Should Know About the Making of Your Sister's Sister

We’re rolling out a new blog series offering a behind-the-scenes peek at little-known factoids, anecdotes, and morsels of…

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