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Sundance 2012 Shorts Awards Honor Pirates, Robots, and More

Posted Jan 25, 2012, by Bridgette Bates

Sundance 2012 Shorts Awards Honor Pirates, Robots, and More

Recognizing what is dubbed the Festival’s most innovative and experimental program, the Sundance Film Festival Awards for…

Indigenous Film Conference

Posted Nov 21, 2011, by Bird Runningwater, director, Native American and Indigenous Program

Indigenous Film Conference

In October, I journeyed far above the Arctic Circle to the Sápmi Region in Norway and was hosted by the Indigenous Sami People.…

Next Stop: The Kingdom of Morocco

Posted Sep 23, 2011, by Meredith Lavitt, Associate Director of Utah Community Programs and Film Forward

Next Stop: The Kingdom of Morocco

FILM FORWARD arrives in the Kingdom of Morocco on September 27th and begins a whirlwind 4 day tour, exhibiting films, engaging…

In Awe in East Africa

Posted Jul 26, 2011, by Philip Himberg

In Awe in East Africa

Philip Himberg is Producing Artistic Director of the Sundance Institute Theatre Program. He is currently at the Theatre Lab on…

Adventure in Full Swing

Posted Jul 25, 2011, by Philip Himberg

Adventure in Full Swing

Philip Himberg is Producing Artistic Director of the Sundance Institute Theatre Program. He is currently at the Theatre Lab on…

Life in a Day

Posted Jul 19, 2011, by John Cooper and Claiborne Smith

Life in a Day

Hitting Theatres
by John Cooper, Director of the Sundance Film Festival

It’s been almost seven months since I shared the stage…

A Lightbulb on Storytellers

Posted May 9, 2011, by Kirsten Johnson

A Lightbulb on Storytellers

Filmmaker Kirsten Johnson was funded by the ‘Stories of Change’ initiative to create a film based on Skoll-supported social…

Skoll World Forum 2011

Posted May 3, 2011, by Cara Mertes

Skoll World Forum 2011

From March 26 – April 1, the Sundance Institute Documentary Film Program (DFP) was in England for a series of events ranging…

Last Train Home: A Provocative Debate on Perspective

Posted Apr 26, 2011, by Meredith Lavitt and Lixin Fan

Last Train Home: A Provocative Debate on Perspective

Lixin Fan participated in Film Forward China with his film Last Train Home and as an Advisor for the Documentary Workshops with…

In Memory of Tim Hetherington

Posted Apr 21, 2011, by Sundance Institute

In Memory of Tim Hetherington

The entire Sundance Institute community mourns the loss of our colleague and friend Tim Hetherington, killed while covering…

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