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Tusi Tamasese Captures his Native Samoa in The Orator

Posted Jan 20, 2012, by Bridgette Bates

Tusi Tamasese Captures his Native Samoa in The Orator

Director Tusi Tamasese will trade in South Pacific sand for Sundance snow when he makes his first trip to the U.S. to screen…

Opinion: Billy Luther

Posted Jan 24, 2011, by Holly Willis

Opinion: Billy Luther

Filmmaker Billy Luther studied filmmaking at Hampshire College, where he developed an affinity for documentary, but he says…

Redford Opens the 2011 Festival

Posted Jan 21, 2011, by Eric Hynes

Redford Opens the 2011 Festival

In the moments before the 2011 Sundance Film Festival officially launched with the annual Day One press conference at the…

Native Showcase at the 2011 Festival

Posted Jan 19, 2011, by Holly Willis

Native Showcase at the 2011 Festival

New for the 2011 Sundance Film Festival is the Native Showcase, focusing attention on an emerging generation of Native American…

Meet the Artists: The Man Behind Boy

Posted Jan 23, 2010, by Claiborne Smith

The Man Behind Boy

According to his son Boy, Alamein, the absent and idolized father in Taika Waititi’s inspired second feature Boy, is “overseas…

One on One: Cara Mertes and Michelle Satter

Posted Jan 20, 2010, by Bridgette Bates

One on One: Cara Mertes and Michelle Satter

The 2010 Sundance Film Festival is bringing 50,000 people to a snowy decked-with -colored-lights Main Street, that from a…

Q&A: Barking Water

Posted Jan 24, 2009, by Evany Thomas

Q&A: Barking Water

In Barking Water, the latest film from Sundance Institute Lab alum Sterlin Harjo, Irene (Casey Camp-Horinek) takes Frankie…

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