Sundance

After the Premiere: A First-Time Filmmaker's Sundance Experience, Part 2

"Words from a Bear" director Jeffrey Palmer on his film's premiere and being at the festival thus far.

02/01/2019 By Michaela Wagner

Profiles

In the Spotlight: A First-Time Filmmaker Shares His Sundance Experience

Meet Jeffrey Palmer, director of the documentary feature "Words From a Bear."

01/28/2019 By Michaela Wagner

Sundance

From First-Time Filmmaker to Sundance Juror

Producer and screenwriter Sev Ohanian reflects on the Sundance experience, from being a first-time filmmaker to his latest exploits as a juror for the Alfred...

01/25/2019 By Michaela Wagner

Movies

Skiers Will Love this Slamdance Film

The 2019 Slamdance Film Festival pays homage to skiing's legendary filmmaker with the world premiere of "Ski Bum: The Warren Miller Story."

01/24/2019 By Michaela Wagner

On Location

It's Not Just Kevin Costner Filming in Park City

Find out which popular television programs are using our mountain town as their backdrop.

12/08/2018 By Jill Orschel

Filmmaking

Can Sundance Put More Women Behind the Lens?

How the pioneer of independent film is tackling gender inequality in the industry.

12/08/2018 By Tiffini Porter

festival news

Sundance Unveils 2019's Indie Episodic, Shorts, and Special Events Programming

Celebrating bite-sized storytelling, Sundance Institute announces 73 short films for the upcoming festival.

12/05/2018 By Michaela Wagner

Sundance News

Attention Sundancers! Here's the First Look at the 2019 Festival Line-up

The first glimpse of the feature films screening during the fest.

11/28/2018 By Michaela Wagner

Sports + Arts

Young Filmmakers Break Boundaries

Jack Price and Aubrie Walker take the top honors for the 2019 FIS Snowboard, Freestyle and Freeski World Championships youth film contest.

10/12/2018 By Michaela Wagner

Contest

Calling All Young Filmmakers

Inspire your community by entering Breaking Boundaries, the 2019 Snowboard, Freestyle and Freeski World Champs Youth Film Contest.

02/13/2018 By Michaela Wagner

Festival News

And the Winner is...

The films that walked away with the 2018 Sundance Film Festival’s biggest honors.

01/28/2018 By Michaela Wagner

Photos

Inside the Glitz and Glam of Sundance Opening Night

Artists shared their Sundance stories the festival's first evening at Artist at the Table.

01/22/2018 By Michaela Wagner

Festival News

Sundance 2018 Is Officially Under Way

President Robert Redford, Executive Director Keri Putnam and Sundance Film Festival Director John Cooper kick things off with the day one press conference.

01/18/2018 By Michaela Wagner

Connect

3 Ways to Do Sundance Without Making the Trip to Park City

Follow along for the festival's biggest moment and even catch some of the film from the comfort of your own home.

01/18/2018 By Michaela Wagner

Festival the Right Way

Tips for Surviving Sundance

How to make the most of your time in town without getting completely swept away by the chaos.

01/17/2018 By Michaela Wagner

Pass the Popcorn

Slamdance to Feature a Film by One of Its Own

Sundance's now-famous feeder fest will end with the star-studded Bernard and Huey, a film written by Pulitzer Prize-winner Jules Feiffer and directed by Slam...

01/12/2018 By Melissa Fields

Film Festival News

Sundance Rounds Out Festival Program with Shorts, Special Events, and New Indie Episodic Section

Because bold, independent storytelling comes in small packages.

12/08/2017 By Michaela Wagner

Film Festival News

Attention All Cinephiles! Here's a First Glimpse of Sundance 2018

Check out this amazing program of films and book your Sundance tickets now.

12/01/2017 By Michaela Wagner

News

What's New For Sundance in 2018

From festival programming to a new home base, here's your latest round-up of all things Sundance.

08/08/2017 By Michaela Wagner

Tech

Meet the Journalist-Turned-VR Filmmaker Behind Al Gore’s Inconvenient Sequel

Through VR, Parkite Danfung Dennis hopes to finally tap into a storyteller’s ultimate prize: empathy.

06/13/2017 By Jill Orschel