Support

Government Support

Support

Government Support

Government partnerships are a vital part of our existence, enabling Sundance Institute to support independent storytellers. Contributions from federal, state, and community agencies and embassies provide endorsements for our local, national, and international work. Government grants help us serve artists and audiences and provide leverage to raise additional funding for existing Programs and new initiatives. These activities cultivate original voices in film, television, theatre and digital media and enable these artists to reach audiences with unique high-quality stories. Government donors also help us achieve excellence as an organization and foster a culture of learning, mentorship, and accountability.

For more information on Government Giving, please contact us at 310-492-2298 or institutionalgiving@sundance.org.

Donor Spotlight

State of Utah Visit >

Programs Supported by Government Agencies

Feature Film

Creative Distribution Initiative

Outreach and Inclusion

Indigenous Program

Utah Community

Impact/ Engagement/ Advocacy

Impact/ Engageme-nt/Advoca-cy

Sundance Film Festival

Government Agencies

Sundance Institute honors the following legacy donors for many years of very generous support. These government funders have nurtured the growth of the Institute and its role in the community. We express our gratitude to each of them.

National Endowment for the Arts More >
State of Utah More >

Support received from the following government donors throughout the past year has helped sustain Sundance Institute’s ability to serve independent film and theatre artists in numerous ways.

New Zealand Film Commission

Oneida Indian Nation

Park City Municipal Corporation More >

Park City Visitors Bureau and Film Commission More >

Salt Lake City Arts Council More >

Salt Lake County Community Services More >

Salt Lake County Zoo, Arts & Parks (ZAP) Program More >

Summit County Recreation, Arts and Parks (RAP) More >

Summit County Restaurant Tax More >

Utah Film Commission