All eyes were on Park city this year with the first in-person Sundance since 2020 and the Kentucky crew showed up in full force… despite the below freezing temperatures!
The Kentucky Film Commission, along with 502Film, Louisville Film Commission, visitLEX, Film Cincinnati, Southern Kentucky Film Commission, sonaBLAST!, Unbridled Films, Rabbit Hole and Art Eatables hosted a great party for 500+ Sundance Festival attendees.
Attendees included luminaries such as Mary Stuart Masterson, legendary indie producer Milan Chakraborty and Louisville-based Felipe Dieppa, best known as the voice of Diego in Dora the Explorer!
Here are a few photos from the Park City festivities, courtesy of 502Film…
With tax incentives going full steam now and entering their third year, the film scene in Kentucky is booming. Kentucky has a 30%-35% Tax Credit for Feature Films, Broadway Productions, Industrial Films, Documentaries, and Television Shows. Click here for a good article with full details.
Enjoy one more round of fab photos from the Park City festivities, courtesy of 502Film…
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