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Jan
2023
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PHOTO BOOTH: 12th Annual Monday on Main Street Brings Filmmakers Together at Sundance

The Sundance Film Festival was back in-person and better than ever. If you made the trek to Park City this month, you likely stopped by the 12th Annual Monday on Main Street. The popular filmmaker social welcomed more than 300 artists from throughout the country and across the globe, as well as directors premiering their films at the 2023 Sundance and Slamdance Film Festivals. The...
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12
Jan
2023
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Indigo Girls to Perform at Sundance Opening Night Festivities

The Grammy Award-winning folk rock duo Indigo Girls will perform at Opening Night: A Taste of Sundance presented by IMDbPro on January 19 in Park City. The band will also premiere their new documentary, It’s Only Life After All at this year’s Sundance Film Festival. Opening Night: A Taste of Sundance presented by IMDbPro will kick off the festival by honoring inspiring and breakout storytellers whose journeys have been connected to Sundance throughout...
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12
Jan
2023
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Meet the Jury Members of the 2023 Sundance Film Festival

The nonprofit Sundance Institute announced today the 16 jurors granting awards for artistic and cinematic excellence at the 2023 Sundance Film Festival, including the five jury members who awarded the Alfred P. Sloan Film Prize. The 2023 Festival will take place January 19–29, 2023, in person in Park City, Salt Lake City, and the Sundance Resort, along with a selection of films available online across...
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7
Dec
2022
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Sundance Announces Lineup; Chicago Media Project Brings ‘Mariachi’ to the Party

Sundance is live and in-person once again! Today the nonprofit Sundance Institute announced the slate of independent films selected across the feature film categories for the 2023 Sundance Film Festival. Among the selections is Going Varsity in Mariachi, a new documentary supported by the Chicago Media Project. Let’s dance through the entire Sundance feature film roster… The 2023 Festival will take place January 19–29, 2023,...
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10
Nov
2022
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Sundance Institute Adds ‘The Farewell’ Director Lulu Wang, Patrick Gaspard and Shripriya Mahesh

The nonprofit Sundance Institute today announced three newly appointed additions to the Institute’s Board of Trustees. Lulu Wang, Patrick Gaspard and Shripriya Mahesh have joined the business, cultural, and philanthropic leaders who guide and steer the entire organization and also act in an advisory capacity. They expand the Institute’s Board of values-based leaders, building an enduring, evolving community for storytellers. The distinguished new Trustees bring invaluable experience and will...
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Oct
2022
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World Premieres, Sundance Faves Highlight Key West Film Festival Short Film Lineup

Riding the wave of being named to Moviemaker Magazine’s esteemed “Top 25 Coolest Film Festivals in the World,” the Key West Film Festival has launched its short film lineup for their 11th Annual Festival. Coming up this November 16-20, the 2022 roster is highlighted by award winners from prestigious film festivals across the globe, including Sundance, South By Southwest, and Tribeca. The festival will be...
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7
Jun
2022
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Tabitha Jackson Leaving Sundance; Kim Yutani Joins Senior Leadership

Tabitha Jackson, Director, Sundance Film Festival and Public Programming, will be leaving the Sundance Institute. Director of Programming Kim Yutani will join the senior leadership team of the Institute. Sundance Institute CEO Joana Vicente made the announcement Tuesday. Jackson will depart the Institute shortly after the upcoming Sundance Film Festival: London. A public search led by Vicente is underway for the Festival’s next director, according...
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10
May
2022
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Cleveland, Michigan Filmmakers Among Sundance Institute Fellows

The nonprofit Sundance Institute announced today the names of the mediamakers selected for the new Humanities Sustainability Fellowship, a year-long program providing 20 U.S.-based under-resourced nonfiction mediamakers whose work and livelihood have been grossly affected by the pandemic with direct, unrestricted stipends to supplement their income. Funded by the National Endowment for the Humanities (NEH), each Fellow will receive $60,000 in installments over the course of 12 months,...
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May
2022
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Sundance Vet and Netflix Writer Minhal Baig to Direct ‘We Grow Now’ in Chicago

A Chicago filmmaker is bringing her next project back home. Minhal Baig’s most recent feature film, Hala, was a Sundance Grand Jury Award Nominee and critics’ pick, was executive produced by Jada Pinkett Smith, and was purchased by Apple TV. Baig has also written for the Netflix animated comedy series BoJack Horseman. Baig’s latest project is centered in her hometown of Chicago, specifically in the...
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